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Canon officially announces the 7D Mark II

 
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Sep 18, 2014 01:20 as a reply to  @ post 17162418 |  #811

This is impressive. Pushed 3.5 stops and it's still clean. Seems like a new sensor to me.


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Sep 18, 2014 01:28 |  #812

70D is capable of pretty decent shadow recovery too without any color banding, i don´t think this is going to be a new sensor proof.


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Sep 18, 2014 01:31 |  #813

palad1n wrote in post #17162438 (external link)
70D is capable of pretty decent shadow recovery too without any color banding, i don´t think this is going to be a new sensor proof.

This is 3.5 stops. 2 stop on my 5diii is all I can get before noise takes over.


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Sep 18, 2014 01:33 |  #814

snake0ape wrote in post #17162440 (external link)
This is 3.5 stops. 2 stop on my 5diii is all I can get before noise takes over.

70D has newer sensor than 5dmkIII.
Have you tried any similar RAW file from 70D?


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Sep 18, 2014 01:34 |  #815

palad1n wrote in post #17162438 (external link)
70D is capable of pretty decent shadow recovery too without any color banding, i don´t think this is going to be a new sensor proof.

Tell that to the people who keep trashing Canon sensor.




  
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Sep 18, 2014 01:38 |  #816

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In terms of pushing shadows on low ISO shots, I downloaded this file in raw, opened it in Irfanview and converted to a tiff. Opened that in camera raw (it wouldn't open the raw file, hence the extra step in Irfanview)

You do realise that IrfanView didn't use the raw data? It just extracted the embedded jpeg image.


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Sep 18, 2014 01:41 |  #817

palad1n wrote in post #17162443 (external link)
70D has newer sensor than 5dmkIII.
Have you tried any similar RAW file from 70D?

I haven't. People here keep saying that the sensor only improved incrementally. But 3.5 stops is impressive and is more than an incremental step.


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Sep 18, 2014 01:41 |  #818

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I might have to call BS.
Mark0159 only gave you the suggestion and email addy...30 minutes ago. Not enough time for "a long meeting with Canon CEO". :rolleyes: :p

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Sep 18, 2014 01:41 |  #819

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Tell that to the people who keep trashing Canon sensor.


people tend to trash everything that moves blaming cameras for all their incapability of proper exposure. People unfortunately care more about pixel size differences, but at the same time, they don´t care about proper focusing and composition... I have seen all these negative reactions about 7dmkII, i don´t get it.

7DmkII will be remarkable and very reliable camera. If someone is not happy about it´s sensor, he should switch to Nikon FF.


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Sep 18, 2014 01:42 |  #820

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I’ve created a Pros and Cons tailored to what’s important to me;
7D MK II $1800.00 (New)
Cons
Possible noise in low light

"Possible….?"

With a 70D sensor a more definitive answer is certain.


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Sep 18, 2014 01:50 |  #821

:lol:

hollis_f wrote in post #17162449 (external link)
You do realise that IrfanView didn't use the raw data? It just extracted the embedded jpeg image.

If it were a JPEG file, I don't think it would be this clean after pushing the exposure by 3.5 stops.


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Sep 18, 2014 01:57 as a reply to  @ snake0ape's post |  #822

Very tempted by one of these, something to track focus on fast moving planes a bit better than my poor Rebel would be very nice and I have some redundancy money coming my way in 6 months, very very tempted. :)

Only thing I would miss (but could live without) is the flippy screen as it is quite useful at concerts/festivals for holding the camera over the audience without having to just fire blind.

That AF sounds fantastic though. -3ev on the center point, camp fire photos should be a little easier with that and the body being somewhat weather sealed would be nice as I tend not to let the weather get in the way of my shooting (which was less of a concern with a cheap P&S than it is with an expensive DSLR).

Can't wait to see some actual reviews/high ISO sample images.


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Sep 18, 2014 03:03 |  #823

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If it were a JPEG file, I don't think it would be this clean after pushing the exposure by 3.5 stops.

It was the embedded jpeg. This experiment demonstrates nothing more than the power of human imagination.


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Sep 18, 2014 03:11 |  #824

Shake N Vac wrote in post #17162465 (external link)
Can't wait to see some actual reviews/high ISO sample images.

Noise is relative to the lighting source and environment.

The real test will be seeing high ISO raw images in tungsten.


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Sep 18, 2014 03:15 |  #825

snake0ape wrote in post #17162462 (external link)
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If it were a JPEG file, I don't think it would be this clean after pushing the exposure by 3.5 stops.

This time I extracted the jpeg on purpose, using a program called "Instant Jpeg from Raw" and pushed it 4 stops. Here is the result.

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