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Sep 29, 2014 02:10 |  #7936

kf095 wrote in post #17181397 (external link)
Some MKII guys mentioned it, here or/and #5.

gonzogolf wrote in post #17181676 (external link)
Some hace mentioned it. Personally I never felt that way. It takes a bit of adjustment to get used to the huge files (comparatively) from the 5DII and if your computer or software isnt ready for the upgrade that can be an issue. The main complaint I heard was that the 5D is more filmlike and that the 5DII was more digital in look, probably due to the weaker AA filter and the less pixel density in the 5D. Also the 5D noise seems a bit more like film grain.

Thank you for the info!


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Sep 29, 2014 09:01 |  #7937

USA!USA! wrote in post #17183134 (external link)
Hey guys I'm in a debate if I wanna get the 5d classic and ditch my t3i. If I did I would use the 50mm 1.8 for a while so could I get some shots of that combo please ?

Yes definitely. The 50 is much more usable on full frame, has a much wider field of view. It also seems sharper on my 5D than it did on my Rebel or 7D. This weekend, we visited some friends and their 6 month old. I brought just the 5D and 50mm and got some good impromptu shots. Also your image quality/bokeh should be much better.


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Sep 29, 2014 21:49 |  #7938

BallerStatus wrote in post #17183675 (external link)
Yes definitely. The 50 is much more usable on full frame, has a much wider field of view. It also seems sharper on my 5D than it did on my Rebel or 7D. This weekend, we visited some friends and their 6 month old. I brought just the 5D and 50mm and got some good impromptu shots. Also your image quality/bokeh should be much better.

Will you post some shots ?


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Sep 30, 2014 07:59 |  #7939

^PM'd you back, will post some here in the next few days.


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Sep 30, 2014 08:02 |  #7940

USA!USA! wrote in post #17183134 (external link)
Hey guys I'm in a debate if I wanna get the 5d classic and ditch my t3i. If I did I would use the 50mm 1.8 for a while so could I get some shots of that combo please ?

It might be quicker for you to go to 50 1.8 lens thread and look there.




  
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Sep 30, 2014 09:00 |  #7941

I posted a few pics on a blog of mine for him to see and sent a link, not my photos, so not my place to post here. But yeah, should have plenty to see at the 50 1.8 thread.


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Sep 30, 2014 13:56 as a reply to  @ BallerStatus's post |  #7942

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Sep 30, 2014 14:05 |  #7943

USA!USA! wrote in post #17183134 (external link)
Hey guys I'm in a debate if I wanna get the 5d classic and ditch my t3i. If I did I would use the 50mm 1.8 for a while so could I get some shots of that combo please ?

I used this combo for several months. Very pleasing experience.
Colors from Nifty-Fifty kind of dull, but under good light it is OK.

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Exposure 1/200
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ISO 1600

This is Flickr search result for this combo:

https://www.flickr.com …2050%201.8&sort​=relevance (external link)

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Sep 30, 2014 19:15 as a reply to  @ kf095's post |  #7944

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Sep 30, 2014 22:15 as a reply to  @ post 17110501 |  #7945

How does the 5Dc compare to modern day bodies like the Rebel series as far as ISO performance?


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Oct 01, 2014 00:03 |  #7946

EchoShotz wrote in post #17187164 (external link)
How does the 5Dc compare to modern day bodies like the Rebel series as far as ISO performance?

Modern? Sheesh its not like the 5D is from the stone sge.




  
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Oct 01, 2014 02:19 |  #7947

EchoShotz wrote in post #17187164 (external link)
How does the 5Dc compare to modern day bodies like the Rebel series as far as ISO performance?

I would say that the 5D's high iso performance is about one stop better than the T5i. The full frame on the 5D let's you maximize the beauty of some L lenses.

The T5i wins in features, touch screen, etc.




  
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Oct 01, 2014 06:26 |  #7948

USA!USA! wrote in post #17185142 (external link)
Will you post some shots ?

Here's a few. All shot 50 1.8 at 2.2 ISO 1600, no NR applied.

EDIT: Also, most of these were pushed .70 to 1.5 stops exposure in LR

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Oct 01, 2014 10:52 |  #7949

EchoShotz wrote in post #17187164 (external link)
How does the 5Dc compare to modern day bodies like the Rebel series as far as ISO performance?

5Dc has better performance on low ISO, according to some, comparing to newer cameras with bosted high ISO performance.

This is what 5DC will gives you at ISO 1600, which I never hesitate to use and which I consider as the highest ISO for this camera for large screens and prints.
1600 noise on 5Dc is like film grain.

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F Number f/2.8
ISO 1600

If you need night vision camera with clean images at 12K ISO, look elsewhere, if you want low noise low ISO, 5Dc will provide.

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Oct 01, 2014 11:40 |  #7950

kf095 wrote in post #17187972 (external link)
5Dc has better performance on low ISO, according to some, comparing to newer cameras with bosted high ISO performance.

If you need night vision camera with clean images at 12K ISO, look elsewhere, if you want low noise low ISO, 5Dc will provide.

+1. The 5Dc does great in most situations that you will encounter. Can do indoors with primes easily at ISO 1600 even when there is little light in the room. Cannot find focus in pitch black or extreme situations.


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