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Oct 31, 2014 08:30 |  #316

the new one called

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I don't know about the third party because I use canon only


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Oct 31, 2014 08:43 |  #317

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Oct 31, 2014 08:51 |  #318

Nice! are u able to take the same pic with another FF cam u hv at the same ISO?




  
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Oct 31, 2014 08:54 |  #319

Canon7DDSLR wrote in post #17243549 (external link)
Nice! are u able to take the same pic with another FF cam u hv at the same ISO?

No, I only have a 60D and the 7DII. I should take it with the 60D to compare. Although I don't think that one can even go to 12800 natively. But I can try 6400.


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Oct 31, 2014 08:55 |  #320

12,800, nice.

I know a lot of 7D (and probably future 7D2) owners are RAW nuts, but the in-camera jpegs you really should try, on the 70D I get excellent results right out of the camera without a lot of PP necessary at all. I know in the shot above the NR was turned off for the jpeg, but setting it to the default level should give some nice results for most uses. Canon came a LONG way on the jpeg NR in the Digic 5, and I think the 6 is another improvement over that, as well as cleaning up some of the electronics to reduce banding noise.


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Oct 31, 2014 08:57 |  #321

Kickflipkid687 wrote in post #17243560 (external link)
No, I only have a 60D and the 7DII. I should take it with the 60D to compare. Although I don't think that one can even go to 12800 natively. But I can try 6400.

You can go to 12800 if you enable it in the custom function menus (ISO expansion or whatever)


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Oct 31, 2014 08:59 |  #322

Tareq wrote in post #17242530 (external link)
Good luck with the new toy after that long time or years.

If i wasn't married and have kids then i will have more gear more what i already have or even dream about.

If I wasn't a college student with kids, I would have way more than I currently do. This is going to become a very expensive hobby when I graduate and secure good employment lol.


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Oct 31, 2014 09:07 |  #323

I'm still waiting for a response from my Amazon third party order, i.e., the 7D Mk ii for $2. Amazon customer service already sent them an email.

I'm sure they will cancel the order. I only ordered it at that price for ****s and giggles.


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Oct 31, 2014 09:23 |  #324

Phoenixkh wrote in post #17243594 (external link)
I'm still waiting for a response from my Amazon third party order, i.e., the 7D Mk ii for $2. Amazon customer service already sent them an email.

I'm sure they will cancel the order. I only ordered it at that price for ****s and giggles.

It will be interesting to see the response. :lol:


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Oct 31, 2014 09:28 |  #325

Got my 7D ii yesterday, will use it this weekend at rugby games on both days.


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Oct 31, 2014 09:31 as a reply to  @ post 17243512 |  #326

lhama wrote in post #17243421 (external link)
Anyone with the old and the new 7D to make some comparison shots?

Lester Wareham wrote in post #17243220 (external link)
Any chance you could do a compare of the noise @3200 between you 7DI and 7DII with this minimal approach?

Nice cat BTW - very much like one of mine.

I'll certainly be doing more comparisons once I have the software figured out and am a little more confident that I'm showing 'apples to apples'.

Thanks, she's a relatively compliant model :p

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Snydremark, If you use dpp, and think you have NR turned off in camera, just remember that there still is NR happening and in fact, it will have higher slider values than the 7d's at the same settings. You have to manually push the sliders down to 0 if you don't want NR at all. If you take a 6400 shot with your old 7D (assuming that is my old 7D?) and the 7D2 in raw with identical settings (if your cat can stay still long enough :)), and then take the NR sliders down to 0 for both files, make sure ALO is turned off, and that the other settings are as close to each other as possible, how does it look?

....

Thanks for that, I am having difficulties with DPP which is making me a bit frustrated at the moment. Nothing in DPP seems to make a ton of sense and finding controls is problematic; I was able to find the NR sliders and turn them down finally. However, DPP 4 does not allow me to do anything with the RAW files for the 7D mkI for some reason; so I have NO software with which to do a fracking comparison between RAWs from both cameras.

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Keyan wrote in post #17243460 (external link)
That is actually kind of annoying, can you bring up the meter on the rear LCD? Otherwise...how would you set exposure if you use the viewfinder cover?

Exposure meter is shown on the rear LCD in Live View, at the bottom of the screen.


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Oct 31, 2014 09:33 |  #327

kobeson wrote in post #17243248 (external link)
Picked mine up, can't wait to go and take some pics of my cat in a dimly lit room!

I have to get a cat? I didn't know that was part of this deal. #second_thoughts

Phoenixkh wrote in post #17243594 (external link)
I'm still waiting for a response from my Amazon third party order, i.e., the 7D Mk ii for $2. Amazon customer service already sent them an email.

I'm sure they will cancel the order. I only ordered it at that price for ****s and giggles.

Thanks for giving that a try. It will be interesting, but if you get a 7D2 for $13.00 you win big time.


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Oct 31, 2014 09:40 |  #328

mrrikki wrote in post #17243632 (external link)
Got my 7D ii yesterday, will use it this weekend at rugby games on both days.

Enjoy the Rugby and the new camera. Post some photos next week.


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Oct 31, 2014 09:43 |  #329

Snydremark wrote in post #17243638 (external link)
I'll certainly be doing more comparisons once I have the software figured out and am a little more confident that I'm showing 'apples to apples'.

Thanks, she's a relatively compliant model :p

Thanks for that, I am having difficulties with DPP which is making me a bit frustrated at the moment. Nothing in DPP seems to make a ton of sense and finding controls is problematic; I was able to find the NR sliders and turn them down finally. However, DPP 4 does not allow me to do anything with the RAW files for the 7D mkI for some reason; so I have NO software with which to do a fracking comparison between RAWs from both cameras.

:evil:

Exposure meter is shown on the rear LCD in Live View, at the bottom of the screen.

You'll need to use DPP 3.14.41 for the 7D files; 4.1 only works with the three current full frames and the 7DII (EDIT: also the 1D C). Since 3.14.41 processes somewhat differently from 4.1, to do a real apples-to-apples you'd probably want to use 3.14.41 for both, although it probably won't be optimal for the 7DII.


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Oct 31, 2014 10:00 |  #330

Lester Wareham wrote in post #17243215 (external link)
Good shots though.

Can you tell how many of the focus points are active as cross sensors with the tamron 150-600 at the 600 end?


I believe 25 in the center, both left & right clusters are there but blinking.


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