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Oct 30, 2014 21:29 |  #286

I have had time to analyze the cat pics again posted earlier and have tweaked my action a bit further. Here is the post production results from the last cat pic. I would like a 12800 sample to see what I can do with it. Each sample provides tweaks to the action that makes it better. :)

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Oct 30, 2014 21:52 |  #287

hey all what should I pair with my camera 15-85mm or the 24-70 f4


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Oct 30, 2014 21:55 |  #288

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hey all what should I pair with my camera 15-85mm or the 24-70 f4

That would depend on what you like to shoot.


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Oct 30, 2014 23:10 |  #289

just a note that whenever I insert my Sterlingtek E6 battery into my 70D - it wants me to confirm 'do I really want to use that battery'...

and the charger I got with my 70D "did not like my Sterlingtek" at all and would not charge it... so I kept my 60D charger...

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...I used one of my current LP-E6's while charging the new battery. The old LP-E6 worked just fine in the 7D2.

FYI - the charger is identical to the one that comes with a 5D3 or 70D.


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Oct 31, 2014 00:01 |  #290

Well...I'm moderately stunned. Here's a quick shot at 3200, in the dim light of our living room; image opened in DPP, converted to TIFF (for full size file). Resized and exported from LR5.6 for jpeg. All NR options in-camera are turned off.

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If I can get this sort of result out of 'real' shooting, I wouldn't even have to worry about doing NR for a lot of shots.

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Oct 31, 2014 00:11 |  #291

t-minus 12 hours for delivery. :lol: *sigh*


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Oct 31, 2014 00:16 |  #292

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... I would like a 12800 sample to see what I can do with it. Each sample provides tweaks to the action that makes it better. :)...

Here's a quick and dirty one. Again, I'm stunned by the output results without doing anything special to these. Jpeg saved and resized straight out of DPP (I'm learning this as I go, since I normally use LR) and TIFF simply saved without resize. Not sure this one's going to put up any challenge to your actions, though...it's pretty damned clean to me to start with.

IMAGE: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/60553404/Photos/samples/7DII/7DII_12800_sample.JPG

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Oct 31, 2014 01:17 |  #293

Snyderemark, you're right. Not bad at all for 3200. Thanks for posting.

How did you find focusing accuracy in your "dim light"?




  
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Oct 31, 2014 01:23 |  #294

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How did you find focusing accuracy in your "dim light"?

No problems at all so far. Only used the 18-35 with it, though, at this point. Haven't tried the 70-200 or the 100-400 yet


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Oct 31, 2014 02:56 |  #295

peteg1 wrote in post #17242744 (external link)
7dII/Tammy 150-600. Nothing exciting.

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Good shots though.

Can you tell how many of the focus points are active as cross sensors with the tamron 150-600 at the 600 end?


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Oct 31, 2014 03:05 |  #296

Snydremark wrote in post #17243126 (external link)
Here's a quick and dirty one. Again, I'm stunned by the output results without doing anything special to these. Jpeg saved and resized straight out of DPP (I'm learning this as I go, since I normally use LR) and TIFF simply saved without resize. Not sure this one's going to put up any challenge to your actions, though...it's pretty damned clean to me to start with.

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Any chance you could do a compare of the noise @3200 between you 7DI and 7DII with this minimal approach?

Nice cat BTW - very much like one of mine.


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Oct 31, 2014 04:11 |  #297

Picked mine up, can't wait to go and take some pics of my cat in a dimly lit room!


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Oct 31, 2014 05:27 |  #298

Phoenixkh wrote in post #17242593 (external link)
Thanks, stsva and Tom......

I forgot to RTFM.... of course, I don't have the camera on order yet. ;)

The reason I'm so interested is the LP-E6s I get from Sterlingtek are 2600 mAh... and have kept their charge characteristics far longer than my original Canon batteries.

The higher capacity third-party battery sounds interesting -thanks for mentioning that.


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Oct 31, 2014 05:31 |  #299

Wtf? Manual mode exposure level indicator on the rhs of viewfinder, vertical. Other modes use the horizontal indicator, hope I can change this!


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Oct 31, 2014 05:47 |  #300

kobeson wrote in post #17243293 (external link)
Wtf? Manual mode exposure level indicator on the rhs of viewfinder, vertical. Other modes use the horizontal indicator, hope I can change this!

It's like that on the 1D models too. Takes a while to get used to but it's no bother.




  
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