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Second body...full frame...6D?

 
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Nov 15, 2013 09:31 |  #16
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08photog wrote in post #16452884 (external link)
I just bought a 6d, i love it, I already had a 24-105 so I bought body only, I wanted to see how it handled low light, this photo was taken in a dark studio..almost no light. I just put in a+ mode, the green mode where the camera does everything.
this photo was also taken wirelessly with the eos android ap using my nexus4. At least i think it was..I was trying the ap out, 90% this pic was.. either way, the EOS ap is free, and works very well..

the camera chose the focus point, the closest point of course, the elbow.

iso 12,800 the exif is still attached
no adjustments just resize in lightroom and conversion from raw to jpg.


I'll let you decide,

I am not sure, but I think it is hard to tell fine detail on a down-sized-for-the-web photo. This was shot with a 60D, in about 5 stops less light than your 6D was using.
12,800 0.4s, f/5.6, 60D, 15-85. I had to go into the basement with the lights shut off, so I apologize for the content. It looks pretty good to me here. At 100% it is obviously noisy in the shadows. Useable? I think so.


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Nov 15, 2013 13:10 |  #17

I Love Cats wrote in post #16453638 (external link)
I am not sure, but I think it is hard to tell fine detail on a down-sized-for-the-web photo.

I totally agree, here's a link to the full size, so that everyone can pixel peep if they wish

http://www.flickr.com/​photos/08photog/108738​25456/# (external link)

edit: looks like flickr changed the way they do stuff...again..


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Nov 15, 2013 13:42 |  #18

the 6D high ISO is really clean

ISO 6400, click for larger image (no noise reduction)

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Nov 15, 2013 14:07 |  #19
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08photog wrote in post #16454102 (external link)
I totally agree, here's a link to the full size, so that everyone can pixel peep if they wish

http://www.flickr.com/​photos/08photog/108738​25456/# (external link)

edit: looks like flickr changed the way they do stuff...again..

I took the liberty of downloading your original. My first thought was, "My god! That looks terrible. My shot is way better." Then I remembered to reset my raw file to the original. I PP'd it quite heavily to get the posted results. Yes, the 60D is most certainly noisier than the 6D. Both of them clean up nicely, though. I find my 60D very useful at 6400 and in a pinch, 12,800.

Are you sure about NO noise reduction? There is absolutely no chroma noise in the original JPG. Perhaps LR did some Color Noise Reduction by default? If that really is how the 6D performs raw, you have a very nice high-ISO camera.




  
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Nov 15, 2013 14:33 |  #20

After seven years with a 5D Classic, I sold it to buy a 6D. I am extremely happy with my choice.
You will also find the size, feel, and operating controls very similar to your 60D. If I buy another body for backup, I'm not sure whether I will get a 60D or another 6D.


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