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Mar 12, 2017 13:00 |  #2221

Hi all, for those who have the 5D4 how do you find it in "real life" in low light where ISO of 6400/12800 is required noise-wise, compared to the 5D3? I have read some technical guff online but nothing compares to the real world. High ISO in good light will always be fairly good.




  
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Mar 12, 2017 13:15 |  #2222

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Hi all, for those who have the 5D4 how do you find it in "real life" in low light where ISO of 6400/12800 is required noise-wise, compared to the 5D3? I have read some technical guff online but nothing compares to the real world. High ISO in good light will always be fairly good.

The purple blotching is gone and now I find real world use acceptable up to 32,000 depending on situations.... family stuff I have no worries about ISO.


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Mar 12, 2017 13:51 |  #2223

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The purple blotching is gone and now I find real world use acceptable up to 32,000 depending on situations.... family stuff I have no worries about ISO.

That's reassuring if you are going that high on dimly lit areas. I don't normally need ISO over 800 but did a charity ball last night and really struggled at times with the 5D3 noise levels at anything over 1600. I'm sure with some intensive editing it could be made acceptable but processing 400+ images individually is not practical. It's the time in 4 years I've been limited by that camera.

I found ISO 3200 fairly unacceptable by normal standards but they'll have to do




  
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Mar 12, 2017 20:28 |  #2226

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Mar 13, 2017 00:52 |  #2227

thc1979 wrote in post #18298891 (external link)
Hi all, for those who have the 5D4 how do you find it in "real life" in low light where ISO of 6400/12800 is required noise-wise, compared to the 5D3? I have read some technical guff online but nothing compares to the real world. High ISO in good light will always be fairly good.

I am shooting regularly at ISO 6400 and 12800 in indoor situations where i do not want or cannot use the speedlight. make sure you expose properly (or a little bit to the right) and you get more usable shots than with the Mark III.
There may be noise but it easily processed out and much "better quality" noise without banding as in the Mark III. This and the faster AF system makes me love my 5D4.


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Mar 13, 2017 08:48 |  #2228

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I am shooting regularly at ISO 6400 and 12800 in indoor situations where i do not want or cannot use the speedlight. make sure you expose properly (or a little bit to the right) and you get more usable shots than with the Mark III.
There may be noise but it easily processed out and much "better quality" noise without banding as in the Mark III. This and the faster AF system makes me love my 5D4.

First day I tried 32,000. Looked great. I would not hesitate to shoot that high if I had no other choice.


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Mar 13, 2017 09:29 |  #2229

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First day I tried 32,000. Looked great. I would not hesitate to shoot that high if I had no other choice.

Agreed but depends on the lighting your in too. Crap light = crap pictures period. Shooting in an environment that gives you proper exposure with ISO 32,000 F1.4 and 1/60 will never look as good as shooting proper exposure to ISO 32,000 F2.8 and 1/1000

The overall available light is alot more in the second setting even though both are 32,000.


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Mar 13, 2017 15:44 |  #2230

5D mark iv versus 5DSR? anyone tried both? which one do you like better and why?


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Mar 13, 2017 15:54 as a reply to  @ evolyllaphotography's post |  #2231

All depends on what you wanna do with it. Bot are very capable but if your looking for a landscape body or portrait body the the 5DSR, for sports and actions and an all around great body the the 5D IV. But the 5DSR is very limited as far as ISO and tracking goes, as well as the 5 FPS.


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Mar 13, 2017 15:58 |  #2232

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5D mark iv versus 5DSR? anyone tried both? which one do you like better and why?

No valid comparison can possibly be made unless you say what purpose you will apply them to. They are very different cameras with very different intended uses. What is your intended use?


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Mar 13, 2017 16:05 |  #2233

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