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Feb 09, 2017 13:05 |  #1846

AnnieMacD wrote in post #18268835 (external link)
Don't ask why the settings are 1/5000 and f/2.8 (I wasn't paying enough attention):rolleyes:

So that's why it's so crappy, right? ;-)a :lol:


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Feb 09, 2017 13:39 |  #1847

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I ran this as a controlled test in my house using 500mm F4 and found exactly that...the 5D4 with 1.4x will outresolve the 7D2 bare, and the extra high ISO performance will make up for the lost stop of light, plus a wee bit more. The 7D2 with 1.4x will outresolve them both, though.

So, I kept the 7D2 (I shoot mostly birds) and still use it when I need to crop a lot and when the light is good. When close (like feeder setup or large, tame birds) or low light, 5DIV.

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Feb 09, 2017 14:12 |  #1848

Hi. How do i add copyright info on my camera so it gets applied automatically on the exif when i take a shot?


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Feb 09, 2017 14:18 |  #1849

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Hi. How do i add copyright info on my camera so it gets applied automatically on the exif when i take a shot?

Yellow Menu (spanner) > page 5 > Copyright Information


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Feb 09, 2017 14:29 |  #1850

George Zip wrote in post #18268522 (external link)
Man it's hard to go back to the 7DII in low light.

The 4 is sooo much cleaner, and even when the noise is about the same ( I think the 5D4 must be close to two stops better) the noise looks so much nicer. (IMHO)

That is all

I use both when I sjoot hockey and while the 5D4 stays at 4000 ISO the 7D2 has to be up at 6000. It's a real pain.


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Feb 09, 2017 17:35 |  #1851

Well with a bit of experimentation using my 24-70 lens, I finally got a few toddler photos that I was happy with. Shutter speed 160, f/3.2 ISO 2500 with window light from outside on a gloomy day.


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Feb 09, 2017 17:36 |  #1852

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I use both when I sjoot hockey and while the 5D4 stays at 4000 ISO the 7D2 has to be up at 6000. It's a real pain.

I am shooting a boxing tournament this weekend.

I was toying with the idea of using the 27-70 2.8 on the 5D4 (I get to shoot ringside) and having the 85 1.8 on the 7DII to give me about 135 on the 7dII @1.8 to get the ISO down a bit and have that longer FL for various reasons.

But I was looking my shots from last year with the 7dII and they just do not look as good.... by that I mean for example a 7DII @ 3200 does not look as good as the 5d4 at 10000.

It's almost like I would be better off with a 6D for the more static stuff.




  
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Feb 09, 2017 18:08 |  #1853

My youngest grandchild showing some early disrespect......;-)a


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Feb 09, 2017 18:59 |  #1854

George Zip wrote in post #18269047 (external link)
I am shooting a boxing tournament this weekend.

I was toying with the idea of using the 27-70 2.8 on the 5D4 (I get to shoot ringside) and having the 85 1.8 on the 7DII to give me about 135 on the 7dII @1.8 to get the ISO down a bit and have that longer FL for various reasons.

But I was looking my shots from last year with the 7dII and they just do not look as good.... by that I mean for example a 7DII @ 3200 does not look as good as the 5d4 at 10000.

It's almost like I would be better off with a 6D for the more static stuff.

The crop factor affects exposure and ISO too as well as f-stop. Took me a while to figure that out!!


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Feb 09, 2017 19:13 |  #1855

George Zip wrote in post #18269047 (external link)
I am shooting a boxing tournament this weekend.

I was toying with the idea of using the 27-70 2.8 on the 5D4 (I get to shoot ringside) and having the 85 1.8 on the 7DII to give me about 135 on the 7dII @1.8 to get the ISO down a bit and have that longer FL for various reasons.

But I was looking my shots from last year with the 7dII and they just do not look as good.... by that I mean for example a 7DII @ 3200 does not look as good as the 5d4 at 10000.

It's almost like I would be better off with a 6D for the more static stuff.

I have almost the exact same setup as you. I think I would go with the 24-70 f/2.8 (v2 right?) and the 5D4. Sure the FPS would suffer a bit but the high ISO characteristics would be better. Just time your shots tighter and in shorter bursts. I doubt I would go much wider than f/2.8 during an active fight anyway. A cropped image from the 5D4 will most likely be "better" at higher ISO's than that from the 7D2 uncropped.


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Feb 10, 2017 01:42 |  #1856

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Feb 10, 2017 06:12 |  #1857

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Nice looking shot! Is that a hot pixel in the middle of the cloud that is just above the horizon? If so that is surprising at that shutter speed.


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Feb 10, 2017 11:06 |  #1859

AnnieMacD wrote in post #18268835 (external link)
Don't ask why the settings are 1/5000 and f/2.8 (I wasn't paying enough attention):rolleyes:

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Feb 10, 2017 12:38 |  #1860

I'm jealous of your pictures. I have this set up for 2.5 months now and still have no clue of what i'm doing lol. I took 4 classes so far. including a Canon class.




  
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