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Oct 29, 2014 21:04 |  #196

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Which 1Ds? 1DX? 1D4? 3, 2? or 1Ds that full frame cameras?

I want real tests against say 1D2n and 1D3 and/or 1D4, i can let 1D2n go, but i am not sure i will let 1D3 go easily yet, i know 7D2 is almost better in many ways and newer camera and tech, but sometimes newer is not always better.

1Dx and 1D4, Romy and a few others have already posted accounts. Look for Liquidstone posts here on this board. ISO performance will be very close to the 7D and 70D, but the AF system sounds pretty wild.


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Oct 29, 2014 21:08 |  #197

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1Dx and 1D4, Romy and a few others have already posted accounts. Look for Liquidstone posts here on this board. ISO performance will be very close to the 7D and 70D, but the AF system sounds pretty wild.


Ok, once i can decide on 7DII i will read every or most those reviews about 7DII.

In all cases, if i shoot sports again and i get paid then i can consider 7D2 for sure, i have 1D2n and 30D waiting in my bags, so i can sell them both and get 7D2 and keep 1D3, maybe one day Canon may bring a camera in 1 series that can rival 1DX or even 1D4, so i can have a main camera next to 1DX or a backup.


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Oct 29, 2014 21:13 |  #198

The 5D3 rivals the 1D4 for sports, I had no issues last season when trading over to the 5D3 from the 1D4. I hope the 7D2 is at least as good as that, but initial reviews seem very positive.


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Oct 29, 2014 21:21 |  #199

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The 5D3 rivals the 1D4 for sports, I had no issues last season when trading over to the 5D3 from the 1D4. I hope the 7D2 is at least as good as that, but initial reviews seem very positive.

I can see that, but i am not thinking about 5D3, it is more expensive and the fps is less, i have 1DX and before 1D3 and it is really hard to shoot or use less than 10fps now, even with 8fps i can do but i feel i am old fashioned then, so 7DII will be a better choice for me over 5D3, but 1D3 hold its strength too with 10fps and AF speed a bit, 7D and 70D are still behind most 1 series AF.

7DII could change the game, i have a friend he is or was using a 7D, and i gave him my 1D2n and 1D3 to try, he cursed his 7D.


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Oct 29, 2014 21:29 as a reply to  @ post 17240807 |  #200

The one thing I really notice in those kitty pics is the lack of fur detail. The noise looks like it cleans up fine. Now that could be due to allot of things but it is one of the first things I noticed. I definitely want to see more samples at higher ISO from this camera.


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Oct 29, 2014 21:30 |  #201

I shot 2 seasons of nba with the 7d, it did pretty well, not quite the speed of the 1d3, but not bad.


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Oct 29, 2014 21:30 |  #202

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The one thing I really notice in those kitty pics is the lack of fur detail. The noise looks like it cleans up fine. Now that could be due to allot of things but it is one of the first things I noticed. I definitely want to see more samples at higher ISO from this camera.

Could be the lens on a very dense 20 Mpx sensor? The 100-400 is pretty old and doesn't always resolve to the denser crop sensors.


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Oct 29, 2014 21:39 |  #203

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Okay, here is my quick attempt at clean up on that. I still see blue "blobs" much like on the 7D. They clean up alright though.

[GIFS ARE NOT RENDERED IN QUOTES]

It might be helpful is you could take a screen capture of the histogram for this image.


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Oct 29, 2014 21:48 |  #204

Just pull the jpg from the image link and pull it into any photo editor, or install a histogram plug in for your browser


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Oct 29, 2014 22:19 |  #205

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Oct 29, 2014 23:04 as a reply to  @ Chet's post |  #206

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I have received a couple of requests for unprocessed high ISO sooc shots. While I am not any kind of expert at this kind of thing here is the best I can do at this time. ISO 6400, straight to DPP, NR sliders set to 0, exported to photoshop for conversion to JPEG. No cropping, no adjustemtns of any kind. You can view the full res version on Flickr. It looks underexposed, but it was getting dark in my back yard and it is pretty darn close to what the light was at the time. This was auto ISO AE at 5.6 with the 100-400L. Again, this is just for your amusement, this is NOT any kind of scientific test. I will leave that to the experts.

Just a quick pass through LR5, it seems to clean up just fine. Looking forward to grabbing one and playing around with the RAWs:

IMAGE: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/60553404/Photos/samples/7DII_6400%20edit-.jpg

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Doh! Here is one more I just took tonight. Same cat, same place :cool:
This time, noise reduction AND sharpness have been dialed back to 0 ( I misread I guess and should have left it at 1). I'm not cut out for this type of stuff, LoL. I'm going out tonight with my 500 for a moon shot. Something I feel compelled to do with every new body I get.

And the second shot; again, looking forward to getting my own RAWs to work with:

IMAGE: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/60553404/Photos/samples/7DII_6400%20edit-%20%282%29.jpg

If this is what we can expect out of the 7DII, I'm looking forward to truly being able to USE 6400 happily when conditions require it instead of somewhat cautiously with the mkI, and possibly 3200 without a second thought.

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Oct 30, 2014 03:34 |  #207

Snydremark wrote in post #17241029 (external link)
Just a quick pass through LR5, it seems to clean up just fine. Looking forward to grabbing one and playing around with the RAWs:

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And the second shot; again, looking forward to getting my own RAWs to work with:
QUOTED IMAGE

If this is what we can expect out of the 7DII, I'm looking forward to truly being able to USE 6400 happily when conditions require it instead of somewhat cautiously with the mkI, and possibly 3200 without a second thought.

that's actually pretty impressive on the noise clean up issue :D but missing some nice sharp detail on the fur etc and yes I read it was just a quick snap late in the afternoon with the new 7 d mk 2 - so maybe its just the focus a bit off , maybe the lens ,or maybe the camera iq - we will soon know I guess :rolleyes:


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Oct 30, 2014 04:03 |  #208

Call me crazy, but I actually like the noisy versions better! Same as how I liked the noise profile of my 6D at ISO 12800 and left a lot in my shots at high ISO. It just looks really good when printed!


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Oct 30, 2014 06:49 |  #209

Lots of analysis going on..from one cat.

I'm not optimistic about getting mine any time soon here, pretty sure my order is going to be far down the list.


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Oct 30, 2014 07:06 as a reply to  @ Keyan's post |  #210

pardon me, I thought the picture is kind of soft comparing to 5Dmkiii or 1dmkiv. or just slightly better than 7D ...




  
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