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7D2: 70D/7D2/5D3 ISO Comparison

 
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Oct 31, 2014 13:31 |  #16

5D3 is in a whole different league.

not only is the noise better, but it retains more detail as well.


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Oct 31, 2014 13:44 |  #17

WhidbeyHiker wrote in post #17243950 (external link)
Tells me that I need a used 7D or MKiii. Not that there is anything wrong with the 7d2.

I have two 7D MkIs and will likely be looking to offload one now that the MkII's in the stable. Let me know if you'd be interested, since we're local it would be an easy trade :) Besides, I'm always up for a trip to Whidbey...:D


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Oct 31, 2014 14:15 |  #18

Snydremark wrote in post #17244090 (external link)
I have two 7D MkIs and will likely be looking to offload one now that the MkII's in the stable. Let me know if you'd be interested, since we're local it would be an easy trade :) Besides, I'm always up for a trip to Whidbey...:D

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Oct 31, 2014 14:31 |  #19

nice Comparison with the ISO
but why they don't make a Comparison with some macro lenses to see how these cameras can show the tiny details
I hope they do this with the MP-E 65 Macro lens with a macro flash


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Oct 31, 2014 14:45 |  #20

Anyone know if there's been a comparison between the 1DIV and 7DII? Seeing as 7D2+grip is almost as much as a 1DIV...


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Oct 31, 2014 14:47 |  #21

moltengold wrote in post #17244176 (external link)
nice Comparison with the ISO
but why they don't make a Comparison with some macro lenses to see how these cameras can show the tiny details
I hope they do this with the MP-E 65 Macro lens with a macro flash

Detail is detail whether its macro on a flower that you go in at 100% or dust on a light switch with a regular lens. Not sure why a macro would produce a different result, you just get different material than what you might be used to.

To me, on these samples, it just looks like that the 70D is more sharpened for some reason? The noise is starting to approach that mazing look.


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Oct 31, 2014 14:54 |  #22

OK... this convinced me that I need a 5D Mk iii or 1D X plus an 800L to shoot birds. ;)

Actually, this is what I expected. I'm glad to see that the 7D Mk ii is slightly better than the 70D. I would be disappointed if this was not the case.

In about a month, give or take, Adobe will have released the updates for Photoshop, Lightroom, etc. and we'll get to look at the masters' edited 7D Mk ii photographs.


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Oct 31, 2014 15:00 |  #23

TeamSpeed wrote in post #17244206 (external link)
To me, on these samples, it just looks like that the 70D is more sharpened for some reason? The noise is starting to approach that mazing look.

All the photos were processed with exactly the same DPP settings. In the case of sharpness, I had Raw Sharpness = 3 and RGB Sharpness = 0. My exercise was done for the purpose of comparing ISO noise, not comparing detail. Given that purpose, I saw what I wanted to see. :)

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Oct 31, 2014 15:42 |  #24

TeamSpeed wrote in post #17244151 (external link)
Don't trade mine away.... it was a good one. :)

If it's going to be someone's main body, why wouldn't they want the good one? :D


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Oct 31, 2014 15:53 |  #25

Yeah I'll be hanging on to my 5D3. Thanks for the test. Looks like if I want speed, IQ and good noise control, Canon have me by the short and curlys and it's got to be a 1Dx, unless there's a 7D2 vs 1DIV test round the corner.




  
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Oct 31, 2014 15:57 |  #26

Snydremark wrote in post #17244329 (external link)
If it's going to be someone's main body, why wouldn't they want the good one? :D

Eric you have 2 7D? That is 7DII :), Have a nice weekend bud.


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Oct 31, 2014 16:51 |  #27

fiebru1119 wrote in post #17244203 (external link)
Anyone know if there's been a comparison between the 1DIV and 7DII? Seeing as 7D2+grip is almost as much as a 1DIV...

1D iv iso 3200

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7D ii iso 3200

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Look at the details and you know enough.

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Oct 31, 2014 20:40 |  #28

Cannot tell which lenses were used in those test shots. Same lens, and one that can resolve to a high density sensor? Probably not. This is why I gave up on those, I got just enough info regarding ISO performance from the raw, but cannot use anything there regarding detail. The 7D2 will be pretty close once you crop out the 1D4 and resize it up to the 7D2 shot.


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Oct 31, 2014 22:39 |  #29

TeamSpeed wrote in post #17244754 (external link)
Cannot tell which lenses were used in those test shots. Same lens, and one that can resolve to a high density sensor? Probably not. This is why I gave up on those ...

Agreed. There is a lens issues here. The 7D II is not that bad.




  
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Oct 31, 2014 23:57 |  #30

if it is the same lens... 1D mkiv is much better!!




  
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