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Nov 09, 2009 19:34 |  #601

Pooh5d2 wrote in post #8985302 (external link)
is 1Ds MKiv gonna have both world? speed/event + studio?

Yes, but more importantly it will have a price 'out of this world'! :lol:


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Nov 09, 2009 22:00 |  #602

I don't see why the 1DMKIV would not perform perfectly in the studio


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Nov 10, 2009 12:24 |  #603

I'm hoping the 1DMKIV does perform perfectly in the studio, I'm going to wait to see how well it "works" before I buy one but for now, it's the #1 camera in my future, and if not then probably the 1DsMKIII and keep my 1DMKIII


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Nov 10, 2009 12:35 |  #604

1080iAddict wrote in post #8986444 (external link)
Yes, but more importantly it will have a price 'out of this world'! :lol:

I am guessing $7999 =P


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Nov 10, 2009 18:22 as a reply to  @ post 8985316 |  #605

I recently had the chance to play with a pre-production 1D4, with a 14 F2.8 L and a 24-105 F4L, for about ten minutes. I've never used a 1 series much, i've mostly used the 40D and 7D cameras. Overall I found it very solid, a little weighty, but it felt good in my hands - it felt like it could be used as a weapon in a fight. The AF was quick, and performed about the same as my 7D. The 1D4 was easy to use - far easier than the 1D2 I briefly tried a few years ago.

I compared the files made by the 1D4 with files taken in the same scenario by the 7D, both at 100%. As the 7D has more megapixels it's probably not a fair comparison, but that's what I did. The 1D4 at 100% has around a 1-2 stop advantage in iso noise over the 7D. If i'd reduced the files down to the same size, or made prints, I suspect the results would've been closer, but with less megapixels and a larger sensor the 1D4 should do better. It really made me appreciate the 7D, especially given the price, but the 1D4 will be a very nice camera.

I won't release the files to anyone, or post them online, as after I took the photos they announced that we weren't meant to put a card in the camera. Oops.


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Nov 11, 2009 00:34 |  #606

Is there a more exact date on when the MK IV will start arriving at shops in the US ? Like B & H for example.


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Nov 11, 2009 06:49 |  #607

not sure if you guys have seen this link. New samples for me anyway.

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http://www.flickr.com/​photos/mistamoni/ (external link)


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Nov 11, 2009 09:37 |  #608

^ not seen it, thanks


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Nov 11, 2009 11:30 |  #609

Damn I am kinda disappointed with this and it is 3200iso......But it's still good, don't get me wrong.

http://farm4.static.fl​ickr.com …59051317_20bc3e​d97b_o.jpg (external link)


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Nov 11, 2009 12:23 |  #610

Would those images be straight out of the camera with no post processing?


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Nov 11, 2009 12:30 |  #611

Thalagyrt wrote in post #8948513 (external link)
So you're saying that a black line next to a white line next to a black line is not three discrete lines? What about a red next to a green next to a blue? Both of those examples can be represented only 3 pixels wide, and are three discrete lines.

If you have a 3000 pixel wide image that has a black line every other column of pixels, you have 3000 lines. 1500 are black, 1500 are white. Those are discrete lines. You can even create that from a test chart if you're accurate enough!

You're thinking in terms of test charts and not actual imaging. A line is not defined as "a black line on a test chart." ;)

Not really, a DISCRETE line is usually defined as a single line (black) flanked by space (white), those are "spaces" between lines, not white lines.
You could say that you have 2 lines (gray/black/gray/black​) that would be 4 lines. sure, but the white of the paper of a test target isn't usually considered a line.




  
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Nov 11, 2009 14:02 |  #612

inv3ctiv3 wrote in post #8996552 (external link)
Damn I am kinda disappointed with this and it is 3200iso......But it's still good, don't get me wrong.

http://farm4.static.fl​ickr.com …59051317_20bc3e​d97b_o.jpg (external link)

I just shot a bunch at 12,800 Monday evening with the 5D2. My observation is that this 1D4 is at least as clean. I'll have to find similar shots and compare them.

I do note that there doesn't seem to be a pattern to the noise on the 1D4 like there is on the 5D2 at 12800. Interesting...


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Nov 11, 2009 14:04 |  #613

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Nov 11, 2009 14:06 as a reply to  @ Tom W's post |  #614

Peter Mill had this to say about noise and considering the file is 60% bigger than the Mark III's!

• High ISO performance. Although without the RAW software I was somewhat limited, I felt that the JPEGs I shot at the night football at ISO 3200 looked every bit as good as 1600 ISO on the Mk III.


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Nov 11, 2009 15:01 |  #615

It was a bit of a sh1t review if we're honest..


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