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Dec 26, 2014 19:58 |  #136

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Dec 26, 2014 20:19 |  #137

Can't really speak on astro photography as I have never done those. (Love checking out the photos though!)

Although I wouldn't necessarily shoot weddings photos at ISO12800-25600, I think it's clear that the D750 performs well at high ISO. Definitely a little better than the 5D3. I don't think it's anything ground breaking but I wouldn't hesitate shooting between ISO6400-8000, such as at a church.




  
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Dec 26, 2014 20:42 |  #138

we'll have to wait and see. 1/100 exposures at iso6400 and 30 seconds at 6400 are two different animals. Looks promising though


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Dec 26, 2014 23:06 |  #139

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Dec 27, 2014 06:18 |  #140

wow!


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Dec 27, 2014 08:52 |  #141

jsecordphoto wrote in post #17352052 (external link)
we'll have to wait and see. 1/100 exposures at iso6400 and 30 seconds at 6400 are two different animals. Looks promising though

Here is a link which should give you an idea about how good the D750 long term exposure is compared to all other DSLR's on the market. You will have to scroll down a bit to compare the various camera's to one another. This is a body cap attached to camera test, long term exposure/astro photography is the only relevant use for this type of test. All camera's are at ISO 3200, with images that have exposures of 1, 30 and 300 seconds. The D750 is the sensor of choice for this type of photography.

I have seen quite a few examples of astro pic's with the D750, and they all look fantastic. Make sure you compare the new 7D II to the 6D and 5D III; the 7DII is cleaner than the 6D and looks identical to the 5D III. http://www.brendandave​yphotography.com/?page​_id=726 (external link)




  
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Dec 27, 2014 09:09 |  #142

JBlake wrote in post #17352540 (external link)
Here is a link which should give you an idea about how good the D750 long term exposure is compared to all other DSLR's on the market. You will have to scroll down a bit to compare the various camera's to one another. This is a body cap attached to camera test, long term exposure/astro photography is the only relevant use for this type of test. All camera's are at ISO 3200, with images that have exposures of 1, 30 and 300 seconds. The D750 is the sensor of choice for this type of photography.

I have seen quite a few examples of astro pic's with the D750, and they all look fantastic. Make sure you compare the new 7D II to the 6D and 5D III; the 7DII is cleaner than the 6D and looks identical to the 5D III. http://www.brendandave​yphotography.com/?page​_id=726 (external link)

Wow! Notice how black the D750 is at 1 and 30 seconds! Beyond everyone else. Even for 300 seconds it is remarkable.

The 7D2 is amazing for a crop sensor. But notice even at 1 second there is considerable noise compared to FF cameras.


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Dec 27, 2014 10:26 |  #143

Yeah I've seen that site before. I have the 6D now, which is supposed to be so great in low light. It's ok, but not that great. I get SO much noise doing multiple minute foreground exposures at night, even with LENR. Went and checked out the 750 today, loved the way it felt in my hands- that grip is really nice. Can't wait for the switch


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Dec 27, 2014 17:04 |  #144

jsecordphoto wrote in post #17352647 (external link)
Yeah I've seen that site before. I have the 6D now, which is supposed to be so great in low light. It's ok, but not that great. I get SO much noise doing multiple minute foreground exposures at night, even with LENR. Went and checked out the 750 today, loved the way it felt in my hands- that grip is really nice. Can't wait for the switch

If you've been using a 6D then ypu're going to be blown away with its autofocus.


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Dec 27, 2014 17:29 |  #145

The Nikon D750 is everything I wish the Canon 6D was. As it stands it (for me) is the perfect in between the 6D and 5Dmk3... I have looked at going full frame a lot and the price barrier has constantly stopped me, simply because a 6D plus glass would have provided me less than I wanted moving from a 70D... Right now I am seriously looking at selling all my Canon gear to fund a D750 purchase since I have no FF glass as it stands now...


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Dec 27, 2014 18:33 |  #146

I was not "blown away" by the AF system in the D750. Not even close. Granted, I came from the 5D3, which actually blows away the AF system in the 6D or the 5D2.

You have to remember, only the center columns are cross type points. The outer parts are not even close to being as good as the ones on the 5D3. You need lots of contrast and in the right direction in order for the outer AF points to lock focus.

Sufficient, is how I would put it. There's no magic bullet. It's still about technique and knowing what settings to use when, etc.




  
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Dec 27, 2014 21:27 |  #147

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Dec 28, 2014 00:10 |  #148

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Nice shot man! I'm LOVING iso 50! :shock:

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Dec 28, 2014 06:29 as a reply to  @ nicksan's post |  #149

sad thing for Nikon is that on specs, the AF array doesn't get better currently. Maybe (hopefully, but not counting on it) the D810 and D4s are better in practice


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Dec 28, 2014 09:35 |  #150

smythie wrote in post #17353855 (external link)
sad thing for Nikon is that on specs, the AF array doesn't get better currently. Maybe (hopefully, but not counting on it) the D810 and D4s are better in practice

I doubt it when the D750 AF is supposed to be better than those 2 cameras.

It's frustrating that they decided to stick with the same basic formula with regards to the AF array layout.




  
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