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Mar 31, 2016 05:25 |  #1351

umphotography wrote in post #17953560 (external link)
This is Ole's D5 at 102000 ISO

I dont think the 1Dx2 will come in this clean at 102000

Think about it......102000 ISO.....who would have thought......F/6.3 @ 1/500....This is impressive. 1Dx2 wont be able to do this. But If you have a chance to get a shot like this in dark conditions You can live with what you get....... None of the Dslrs would have got this 3 yrs ago......Never

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Prove it.... Because Jared Polin has been posting 81,000 ISO shots and they look awful.


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Mar 31, 2016 05:53 |  #1352

Not much love for the D5 here

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Mar 31, 2016 06:21 |  #1353

That was 4 or 5 minutes of my life wasted.


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Mar 31, 2016 09:16 |  #1354

DJHaze596 wrote in post #17955580 (external link)
Prove it.... Because Jared Polin has been posting 81,000 ISO shots and they look awful.


Like everyone else, I have no way to prove or disprove anything at this point. All I know is that the guys that I follow are highly respected in their fields and are among the best of the best when it comes to testing and evaluating these cameras. Their opinions matter and thats why the Mfg's work with them. Ole knows WTH he is doing. I trust him a lot.

Fro Knows has his hands on a test model doesnt he ?? I dont think there is a production model out yet

Are you referring to this
http://froknowsphoto.c​om/this-is-81275-iso-nikon-d5/ (external link)

you realize this is 81275 ISO

whats the problem ?


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Mar 31, 2016 12:11 |  #1355

DJ Haze

If I can get an 81000 ISO shot out of the new 1Dx2 like Fro is showing in those D5 videos. I will probably break the Johnson off  :p:love::twisted:


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Mar 31, 2016 12:21 |  #1356

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If I can get an 81000 ISO shot out of the new 1Dx2 like Fro is showing in those D5 videos. I will probably break the Johnson off  :p:love::twisted:


from pure excitement

Well that was graphic.


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Mar 31, 2016 13:07 as a reply to  @ umphotography's post |  #1357

Haha! Man are you ok? I can send help, anything for the Johnson family.....promise us nothing rash!


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Mar 31, 2016 13:16 as a reply to  @ umphotography's post |  #1358

Wow. +91 on contrast. I don't know if I've ever dialed up contrast beyond +15 before. :lol: Time for me to experiment further with my images.


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Mar 31, 2016 13:24 |  #1359

A short clip from youtube, taken with D5. A guy that I knew tested his copy of D5 on Saturday 03/26.

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Mar 31, 2016 13:44 |  #1360

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Wow. +91 on contrast. I don't know if I've ever dialed up contrast beyond +15 before. :lol: Time for me to experiment further with my images.


actually he is using +100 on Contrast in the video - but there are lots of other changes to the individual colour saturations so my guess is it is just a high contrast preset


I downloaded the Raw
- did a superfast b&w conversion
- and I fixed his bleeding forehead in PS and made his eyes sparkle a bit
- cropped a little tighter so you can see what is and is not there

It is useable - but you are not selling prints from 81,275 ISO
- as I have only been looking at 5DSR and A7Rii files for the last 4 months, I see the lack of detail - but that is me
- none the less, if you had to use it, you could
- I'm guessing the last decent ISO is 25,200 and for most people that is plenty


Just noticed that Flickr shows the ISO as 65,535 which is incorrect - they must have a maximum and this is through the max?

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Mar 31, 2016 13:46 |  #1361

Peter2516 wrote in post #17956004 (external link)
A short clip from youtube, taken with D5. A guy that I knew tested his copy of D5 on Saturday 03/26.

http://youtu.be/SVAxs8​iqmqU (external link)

I wish the 1DX II could do 4K output (like the D5). And 120 fps 1080p output to an external recorder. And that the D5 would have DPAF as well as a Canon mount...


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Apr 01, 2016 04:52 |  #1362

Good. As I don't do much video, I know what fits me perfectly!


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Apr 01, 2016 05:14 |  #1363

wallstreetoneil wrote in post #17956026 (external link)
actually he is using +100 on Contrast in the video - but there are lots of other changes to the individual colour saturations so my guess is it is just a high contrast preset

I downloaded the Raw
- did a superfast b&w conversion
- and I fixed his bleeding forehead in PS and made his eyes sparkle a bit
- cropped a little tighter so you can see what is and is not there

It is useable - but you are not selling prints from 81,275 ISO
- as I have only been looking at 5DSR and A7Rii files for the last 4 months, I see the lack of detail - but that is me
- none the less, if you had to use it, you could
- I'm guessing the last decent ISO is 25,200 and for most people that is plenty

Just noticed that Flickr shows the ISO as 65,535 which is incorrect - they must have a maximum and this is through the max?

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why cant you make money of prints like that?

it looks good to me


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Apr 01, 2016 08:22 |  #1364

jonneymendoza wrote in post #17956782 (external link)
why cant you make money of prints like that?

it looks good to me

unfortunately I have succumb to a pixel peeping infection having been exposed to months and months of high res files - once you see very dense B&W megapixel files it is like a drug


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Apr 01, 2016 09:08 |  #1365

And ^^^^^ even fro said in his video^^^ it didnt show up nearly as bad in Print. A lot of times when you get stuff like this, which is clearly a last ditch effort to get a file. Teamspeed methods as well as others ways to clean make it very effective when you actually go to PRINT........something people need to realize why we shoot to begin with. Print should always be the determining factor......Some of these High ISO concerns dont show in print


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