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Jan 22, 2020 13:52 as a reply to  @ post 18996585 |  #5386

Lovely colour and pin sharp. You like the 1DX MKII? Have only got to use mine for one match, found it a big improvement over the 1DX. Love your dog pics.


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Jan 22, 2020 14:18 |  #5387

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Lovely colour and pin sharp. You like the 1DX MKII? Have only got to use mine for one match, found it a big improvement over the 1DX. Love your dog pics.

Thanks. I love the 1DX2 especially for sports. I use the presets (C1 to C3) for specific conditions and I get a lot more keepers than with the Mark 1. The AF is so much better as is the high ISO noise (lack thereof).


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Jan 23, 2020 14:41 |  #5390

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Well, you certainly got that timing spot on!


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Great catch! I thought the "Clash of the Ash" (external link) was a shinty song - but you can borrow it  :p
"We don't play for fame, we don't play for cash,
We play for the glory and the clash of the ash."

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Testing out whether I want to use a higher ISO to get a higher shutter speed or not. Still undecided. 1/1600, 2.8, ISO 25600.


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Jan 24, 2020 07:28 |  #5394

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Testing out whether I want to use a higher ISO to get a higher shutter speed or not. Still undecided. 1/1600, 2.8, ISO 25600.

I'd say that works! Very impressive at ISO 25600. :-)




  
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Jan 24, 2020 07:42 |  #5395

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I'd say that works! Very impressive at ISO 25600. :-)

Still debating. I noticed I had more mis focuses than I normally do. Not sure why that would be other than this was more testing than must gets, so I wasn't as focused. But it was noticeable that there were more misses compared to when I was shooting at 12800.


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1/1600, f4, ISO 51200

This one looks better to me than the previous. I think I may have had a little better focus lock.


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Jan 25, 2020 08:13 |  #5397

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This is very impressive for 51200ISO


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Jan 25, 2020 08:26 |  #5398

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FYI

I frequently get into dark situations where that ISO jumps to 25K

When I do, I automatically switch to TV so I can control where that ISO hits

A 300F/3.8 at F/4 and I assume you had a TC on the lens

F/4 at 1/1600 got you to 51000 ISO

1/800 shutter speed would have got you to 25K iso. That shot could be captured at 1/800

If you could get close enough then F/2.8 would have dropped you to 12800

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just things that run through my mind when my camera jumps to these higher ISO's

BTW-----Really nice capture

I automatically toss most of my eagle shots above 12800 ISO due to noise in feathers


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FYI

I frequently get into dark situations where that ISO jumps to 25K

When I do, I automatically switch to TV so I can control where that ISO hits

A 300F/3.8 at F/4 and I assume you had a TC on the lens

F/4 at 1/1600 got you to 51000 ISO

1/800 shutter speed would have got you to 25K iso. That shot could be captured at 1/800

If you could get close enough then F/2.8 would have dropped you to 12800

NOT BEING CRITICAL

just things that run through my mind when my camera jumps to these higher ISO's

BTW-----Really nice capture

I automatically toss most of my eagle shots above 12800 ISO due to noise in feathers

This was more of a testing scenario. I normally shoot 1/1000, 2.8, ISO 12800. 1/800 shows a little more motion blur in the arms than I like, especially on older swimmers.

Realistically, I don’t think I would ever need to be at 51200, but seeing if I could and be happy.


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Jan 25, 2020 17:21 |  #5400

Tried out high iso at tonight's Gaelic Football match under flood lights, normally i shott at 25000iso at these matches under lights. was impressed with the results


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