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Aug 18, 2016 21:50 |  #1066

Forgot to post the full JPG of the Spotted Crake related to post above. Never get tired of these crakes especially their coloring .

I also tried a different downsampling method and post Lightroom sharpening and its marginally better than sample comparison I posted. When I have some time I will try do a 5DSR downsample /JPEG export from Canons DPP and Capture one programmes and see what they look like compared to Lightroom. That will be interesting to say the least as Ive read a few posts around here regarding capture one superiority over Lightroom as well as Canon DPP's ability to render better 5DSR RAW images . Only problem with DPP is its got limited edit function as well as crappy cataloguing etc so really DPP isnt a viable option except for maybe rendering basic RAWs first and then export as a tiff to lightroom/PS for more complicated edits . Will see.


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Aug 20, 2016 16:24 |  #1067

Today's shot between rain storms, still no Sun. Enticed with grapes and almonds-

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Aug 20, 2016 17:09 |  #1068

clipper_from_oz wrote in post #18099590 (external link)
Forgot to post the full JPG of the Spotted Crake related to post above. Never get tired of these crakes especially their coloring .

I also tried a different downsampling method and post Lightroom sharpening and its marginally better than sample comparison I posted. When I have some time I will try do a 5DSR downsample /JPEG export from Canons DPP and Capture one programmes and see what they look like compared to Lightroom. That will be interesting to say the least as Ive read a few posts around here regarding capture one superiority over Lightroom as well as Canon DPP's ability to render better 5DSR RAW images . Only problem with DPP is its got limited edit function as well as crappy cataloguing etc so really DPP isnt a viable option except for maybe rendering basic RAWs first and then export as a tiff to lightroom/PS for more complicated edits . Will see.

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Aug 20, 2016 23:45 |  #1069

Would have been nice to have gotten a focus point on the eye :( I looked via the plug-in showing focus points in LFcc and it was on the right shoulder.
Anyway, yesterdays bird shot-

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Aug 21, 2016 00:09 |  #1070

I have found that the 5DSR is far more multi purpose than I would have thought given the reviews. Before I ordered my second body I put my first copy through the wringer, helicopter air to ground work, handheld long lens subjects, ground to air aviation assignments shooting fast action. I expected the SR to be a wonderful tripod mounted landscape and architectural camera, but I did not expect it to perform well in those other situations . Does it replace my 1DX II's for sports and speed? Well no, but in those instances where a larger file is desired it's nice to know that if you handle it properly th camera is more than up to the task.


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Aug 21, 2016 00:34 |  #1071

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I have found that the 5DSR is far more multi purpose than I would have thought given the reviews. Before I ordered my second body I put my first copy through the wringer, helicopter air to ground work, handheld long lens subjects, ground to air aviation assignments shooting fast action. I expected the SR to be a wonderful tripod mounted landscape and architectural camera, but I did not expect it to perform well in those other situations . Does it replace my 1DX II's for sports and speed? Well no, but in those instances where a larger file is desired it's nice to know that if you handle it properly th camera is more than up to the task.

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+1 to everything you said. Before purchase I was fearful of the ISO.....unless doing a Milky Way and when looking at my past pics the vast majority are 3200 or less BUT 1600 or more--just the environment I live in. So far, even with my mediocre pp skills 3200 has been fine; and it's true when resizing/downsampling the noise is quickly tamed even before NR is applied. The 5Dsr is a one-off camera and it will enjoy uniqueness for quite some time....in the Canon world. I've also got an A7Rii which gives the wonderful cropability but where is sony for a native e-mount 400mm?


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Aug 21, 2016 04:41 |  #1072

JWilson7 wrote in post #18101420 (external link)
I have found that the 5DSR is far more multi purpose than I would have thought given the reviews. Before I ordered my second body I put my first copy through the wringer, helicopter air to ground work, handheld long lens subjects, ground to air aviation assignments shooting fast action. I expected the SR to be a wonderful tripod mounted landscape and architectural camera, but I did not expect it to perform well in those other situations . Does it replace my 1DX II's for sports and speed? Well no, but in those instances where a larger file is desired it's nice to know that if you handle it properly the camera is more than up to the task.

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great 1st picture btw

I completely agree - 5DSR + 1Dx_ii is an amazing combo

my daughter learning the 1DX_ii this week at a cottage with a 40mm pancake and a 270EX II and bounce flash

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Hockey and wedding photographer. Favourite camera / lens combos: a 1DX II with a Tamron 45 1.8 VC, an A7Rii with a Canon 24-70F2.8L II, and a 5DSR with a Tamron 85 1.8 VC. Every lens I own I strongly recommend [Canon (35Lii, 100L Macro, 24-70F2.8ii, 70-200F2.8ii, 100-400Lii), Tamron (45 1.8, 85 1.8), Sigma 24-105]. If there are better lenses out there let me know because I haven't found them.

  
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Aug 21, 2016 10:32 |  #1073

Does anyone use the Fine Detail picture style? Especially for flash based Portraits.
I tend to stick on standard but wondered if this was worth putting some time into.

It would apear its just a sort of in camera sharpener, with a slight refinement; or am I mistaken.
Interested if real world results pay off.


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Aug 21, 2016 12:45 |  #1074

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Does anyone use the Fine Detail picture style? Especially for flash based Portraits.
I tend to stick on standard but wondered if this was worth putting some time into.

It would apear its just a sort of in camera sharpener, with a slight refinement; or am I mistaken.
Interested if real world results pay off.

Me too on thinking in-camera for jpg's. I shoot raw so never fooled with it.


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Aug 21, 2016 13:57 |  #1075

Submariner wrote in post #18101700 (external link)
Does anyone use the Fine Detail picture style? Especially for flash based Portraits.
I tend to stick on standard but wondered if this was worth putting some time into.

It would apear its just a sort of in camera sharpener, with a slight refinement; or am I mistaken.
Interested if real world results pay off.

I shoot exclusively RAW, however I have picture style set to Fine Detail to enhance the chimping on the LCD. Can't say I really notice a difference, but it's not hurting anything either.


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Aug 21, 2016 15:11 |  #1076

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I shoot exclusively RAW, however I have picture style set to Fine Detail to enhance the chimping on the LCD. Can't say I really notice a difference, but it's not hurting anything either.

Maybe it slows the playback a bit if that matters to you?
I remember reading that playback/image review on the 5Dsr was slow--do you remember reading that?
I set raw to CF and small jpg to SD and have playback from SD and dont see it is any slower than the 5Diii, maybe my perception.

In fact a huge list of things I read in the reviews turned out not to be true about this camera.
Only thing I wish wish wish is that Canon had given us the opportunity to increase frame rate with the crop modes that are available.
I know it would have cut their sales and they're into this for shekels but that would have been so nice.....but 5fps is plenty as is the buffer, they
both remind me to have judicial use of the shutter button :)

Something else while I'm thinking about it, the EasyCover (the silicon protective jacket for camera bodies) does work with the 5Dsr + batter grip; I just had
to get the Exacto knife out and trim all along the bottom a bit. I keep one of these silicon jackets on my A7Rii too and love it...old age and a bit clumsy means less
dings/nicks with the covers.


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Aug 22, 2016 17:56 |  #1077

Doing a little macro from 14 feet away-

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Aug 23, 2016 22:54 |  #1078

This one is a rarity in my environ, so just happy to have seen one, moreso to get an image.
ISO 2000 and that is about tops for what I can do in post.

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Aug 23, 2016 23:25 |  #1079

Nice shot, MM! Looks a bit cool, maybe you can warm it up a bit in post?


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Aug 23, 2016 23:37 |  #1080

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Nice shot, MM! Looks a bit cool, maybe you can warm it up a bit in post?

Thanks but I'm going to leave it alone, it was that dark when I got the shot; ISO 2000 didn't help and that was just to get
the shutter to 1/500=not nearly fast enough handheld :( and aperture a stinky 5.6.....just sucks sometimes living in the forest
where even if I did have Sun I'm surrounded by trees.
But still very happy to have seen one.


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