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Sep 17, 2016 22:04 |  #1591

CyberDyneSystems wrote in post #18131384 (external link)
ISO 3200.
Full sized jpeg (so no inline image here) straight out of camera, zero PP.

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This is as good as ISO 400 on a 1D3, maybe better given this is full shade.

It is the new ISO 400 ;)

On an overly sharp LCD I can see noise in the blurred background, but nothing objectionable.
On a CRT there is no grain visible.
Which mirrors almost perfectly what happens when you print even with the finest resolution, the droplets merge a bit, and the grain is imperceptible without your nose being inches from the print.

EXIF info?? (other than the ISO) Excellent shot by the way.


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Sep 17, 2016 22:29 |  #1592

Sorry, 5D4, 100-400mm MkII

Shutter Speed) = 1/1250 second
F-Stop ====> ƒ/7.1
Exposure Program = aperture priority (3)
ISO Speed Ratings = 3200


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Sep 18, 2016 02:04 as a reply to  @ post 18131384 |  #1593

Wow....that's a truly clean shot at 3200!




  
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Sep 18, 2016 05:00 as a reply to  @ post 18131281 |  #1594

Now it appears you are trying to be rude. If YOU would read, you would know we are printing full resolution. 1600px is just the resizing that the forum does when we upload images. We get it. You have no propensity for high ISO, good, now we can continue the gallery of higher ISO images. ;)

Perhaps the title of thread should be "3200-- the new 400"? :D


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Sep 18, 2016 08:20 |  #1595

CyberDyneSystems wrote in post #18131478 (external link)
Sorry, 5D4, 100-400mm MkII

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F-Stop ====> ƒ/7.1
Exposure Program = aperture priority (3)
ISO Speed Ratings = 3200

Thanks; should have known it was a full frame Canon :) It is truly a remarkable shot. Now I've got to try and match that with my FZ1000. THAT is going to be a real challenge.


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Sep 18, 2016 16:43 |  #1596

CDS - thanks for posting - good to see a result like that from a Canon, it's about time they stopped lagging so far behind the others. Dark tones still blocking up some, though.

The best I'd tried to date is a 5DSR, which beats a 5D3. But not a D810/Sony A7xx etc, which still lead. You'd have more shadow detail with those.
As I wrote above, the issue is often more about poor DR than noise.


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No, not trying to be rude, though I don't like it much if someone lies about what I've written, just to support their own indignation.
I have no propensity for (=inclination towards) or against high iso. It's just a tool.
There's 107 pages in this thread, a good number of which DO show a desire to use high isos even where it hurts the image.
If you think that's laudable, we disagree, but ok.

If YOU would read, you would know we are printing full resolution.

Incorrect, if you let the forum compress. You have your facts wrong. You'd have to crop the image to <=1600 to show full resolution.




  
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Sep 18, 2016 20:03 |  #1597

To add to the archives...

APS-C at 12800, the "spaced out" look I seem to get from her at times. :)


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Sep 19, 2016 01:13 |  #1599

That's fantastic!


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Sep 19, 2016 01:44 |  #1600

CyberDyneSystems wrote in post #18132597 (external link)
That's fantastic!

Thanks, taken with the 5D3 which I sometimes miss for the (lack of) noise


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Sep 19, 2016 01:56 |  #1601

^^^ Yes, fantastic indeed, so then i should or can use my 1DX at ISO6400 for birds with great result, I don't think 5D3 is much better than 1DX at high iso.


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^^^ Yes, fantastic indeed, so then i should or can use my 1DX at ISO6400 for birds with great result, I don't think 5D3 is much better than 1DX at high iso.


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Sep 19, 2016 04:27 |  #1603

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Sep 19, 2016 05:09 |  #1604

bidkev wrote in post #18132660 (external link)
The 7dll is no slouch at 1600 although I haven't used it higher yet

Even my 1Ds3 and 1D3 are no slouch at 1600 iso, and my 1DX will blow 7D2 at 1600iso unless i crop a bit more, but i said 6400, this is almost the beginning of high iso test, not 1600 or 3200 to me, i mean with current generation gear, in the past 1000-1600 were critical.


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Sep 19, 2016 05:10 |  #1605

But in all cases, i can't imagine why i will shoot birds in conditions where i am forced to go up to iso 6400, i will try to use a flash in those situations, without flash i really want to stay under 1600 even with great cameras at high iso.


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