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Jan 18, 2010 10:38 |  #226

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Yes, I believe they did.

The images my 1D4 produces look very similar to those my 1D3 produced which I loved. By similar I mean tonally and sharpness wise. But now you have the added bonus of 50% more pixels, much improved ISO performance, the best LCD I've ever seen on any DSLR, even more configuration options, and the feature I found myself using on a model shoot yesterday more than I thought I would - the auto sensing AF point mode (it switches the AF point depending on the body's orientation).

While I haven't shot any action sports with it, the AF system seems quite competent and focuses very well in low light.

I couldn't be happier with my new body.

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with the 1dmk4 being 16 mega pixs does it have the same IQ as a 1dsmk2? or better?


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Jan 18, 2010 11:32 |  #227

That's a good question. The IDsMKII is full frame but the IDMKIV has a newer sensor and All things are not equal.


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Jan 18, 2010 11:54 |  #228

tharmsen wrote in post #9417349 (external link)
Yes, I believe they did.

The images my 1D4 produces look very similar to those my 1D3 produced which I loved. By similar I mean tonally and sharpness wise. But now you have the added bonus of 50% more pixels, much improved ISO performance, the best LCD I've ever seen on any DSLR, even more configuration options, and the feature I found myself using on a model shoot yesterday more than I thought I would - the auto sensing AF point mode (it switches the AF point depending on the body's orientation).

While I haven't shot any action sports with it, the AF system seems quite competent and focuses very well in low light.

I couldn't be happier with my new body.

Now your input begs the question: If you had to dump one and stay with only one body, which would it be? - the 1DIV or the 5DII? :)


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Jan 18, 2010 12:09 |  #229

Kyles wrote in post #9417856 (external link)
congrats!
with the 1dmk4 being 16 mega pixs does it have the same IQ as a 1dsmk2? or better?

I don't own one and don't plan to (right now) but the newer sensors just have wider ranges it seems. Taking out the full frame factor you do notice a difference in processing, I like the newer sensors myself. There are a lot of reasons to love these new 1-series, I think another good question would be how does the IQ compare to the 1Dmk3 or 1Dsmk3..


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Jan 18, 2010 12:19 |  #230

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KEH has one for 3520.

http://www.keh.com …029991045450/DC​02/FE.aspx (external link)

that is a great price.

that's a great price .. is Keh a well known and safe place to shop ? i've never heard of them before .


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Jan 18, 2010 12:23 |  #231

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that's a great price .. is Keh a well known and safe place to shop ? i've never heard of them before .

They're awesome


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Jan 18, 2010 12:28 |  #232

TaDa wrote in post #9418564 (external link)
They're awesome

well they're selling cheaper than some photographers here even cheaper than Ebay seller . 1ds3 3799$ for LN condition you can't beat it .


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Jan 18, 2010 14:22 |  #233

aridan wrote in post #9418380 (external link)
Now your input begs the question: If you had to dump one and stay with only one body, which would it be? - the 1DIV or the 5DII? :)

I would dump the 5D2 if forced to make a decision.




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Jan 18, 2010 14:25 |  #234

Here are a couple of shots from yesterdays model shoot where I used my 1D4 for the first time.

This one was shot using f/2, ISO 1600 and the modeling lights only on my B800's.

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This one I used the strobes. :)

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Jan 18, 2010 14:55 |  #235

Very nice...




  
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Jan 18, 2010 14:56 as a reply to  @ tharmsen's post |  #236

beeeeeeeeeeeeeautiful photos.


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Jan 18, 2010 20:07 as a reply to  @ Kyles's post |  #237

awesome cant wait ....

i was reluctant to shoot over 800 iso on the mk3 at night time at the drags but this looks like its easy to shoot at 1600


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Jan 18, 2010 20:40 |  #238

JuStDaVe wrote in post #9421659 (external link)
awesome cant wait ....

i was reluctant to shoot over 800 iso on the mk3 at night time at the drags but this looks like its easy to shoot at 1600

1600 is nothing for the Mark IV. There's absolutely no NR being done to the image above. 1600 looks like 200 on these things.




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Jan 18, 2010 22:34 |  #239

I shot these yesterday at the 2010 Houston Marathon about 7am. ISO range from 800 to 1000 @ f2.8

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Jan 19, 2010 05:21 |  #240

what do all of you owners think of this test:

http://www.neutralday.​com …nikon-d3s-iso-comparison/ (external link)


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