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Sep 19, 2022 11:04 |  #4066

A little bit of R6 macro


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Sep 20, 2022 13:44 |  #4067

Trying the Yongnuo RF 85mm f/1.8; the lens is VERY SHARP


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Sep 20, 2022 14:51 |  #4068

My farmer friends hooked me up with two pounds of assorted peppers. They range in heat level from red things used in store-bought red pepper flakes to pure, unbridled hatred in vegetable form. I took a photo of them last night before I had the worst morning of my life cutting peppers in basically a hazmat suit today.

There's scotch bonnets, scorpions, reaper, 7 lot douglah, ghost, naga viper, amongst others.


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Sep 26, 2022 21:02 |  #4069

Great photos everyone! I took some photos at ISO 10,000 and beyond on the R6 and the R5 and I couldn't help but notice the R6 files looked sharper and less noisy than the R5. I even upscaled the 20mp files and found the quality to be unchanged. Has anyone abandoned an R5 purchase in lieu of an R6 due to possibly better sensor performance?

I may be wrong as well as it was just a rapid test inside the camera shop.


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Sep 27, 2022 08:44 |  #4070

Jan Jasinski wrote in post #19429386 (external link)
Great photos everyone! I took some photos at ISO 10,000 and beyond on the R6 and the R5 and I couldn't help but notice the R6 files looked sharper and less noisy than the R5. I even upscaled the 20mp files and found the quality to be unchanged. Has anyone abandoned an R5 purchase in lieu of an R6 due to possibly better sensor performance?

I may be wrong as well as it was just a rapid test inside the camera shop.

There is an image-level noise difference at high ISOs, but it is smaller than pixel-level views might suggest. Sharpness is often a crock, as it is very heavily influenced by perceptual psychology. Almost any image that looks a bit soft at 100% will look much sharper if you downsampled with nearest neighbor to 33.33%, but you have only lost detail and resolution; not gained any. If you upsample a pixel-sharp image with nearest neighbor, the upsampling is a lie, putting high-contrast borders in arbitrary horizontal and vertical pixelated places where they shouldn't be. The human brain looks for angular acuity when controlling the eyes, for confirmation of focus, and it is very easy for people to mistake this for resolution.

So, there are often two answers to questions like yours; one based on visceral perception, and one based on empirical information content. The R6 wins for the former, both in acuity and noise in most typical viewing situations, but the R5 wins for the latter, in the resolution department, and the difference in potential aliasing and moire between the two cameras is quite profound.




  
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Sep 27, 2022 15:42 |  #4071

Sat on my hands for quite a while resisting the urge to buy an R6. For the past few years I've been shooting with both the EOS 80D crop sensor and the EOS 6D MKII full frame sensor. I ummed and ahhed between going for the R5 and the R6. Several factors came into play in my decision. A few of the factors were price of the bodies (i'm just a hobbyist), file sizes and subsequent storage requirements (not a cloud user really), cost and type of memory cards and batteries to name a few.
I finally nailed it down to the R6 for me. It arrived and I mounted a Canon RF to EF mount as I don't own any RF glass yet. While the battery was charging for the first time I threw in one from the DSLR's Ive already got and a couple of small 32GB 300mbs cards. On went one of my EF lenses, namely the EF24-70mm f/2.8L II USM and I stuck my head outside of the boat where I live looking for a victim to test the camera on. I found a close friend and neighbour on the front of his boat and he duly obliged in a couple for poses for testing purposes. Here are the results. I've resized these for uploading so I'm hoping the quality carries through.
I've got lots to learn with my venture into mirrorless R series cameras but having dipped my toe in the water I'm liking how it feels. :-)


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Sep 28, 2022 13:35 |  #4072

got mine dialed in decently after some trial and user error


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Sep 28, 2022 14:44 |  #4073

You can't take pictures like that with the R6. Those are reserved for the R5 folks. Shame on you! :D




  
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Sep 28, 2022 16:39 |  #4074

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Sep 28, 2022 17:07 |  #4075

burnet44 wrote in post #19430052 (external link)
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Those are great. I've been thinking of an R6 to go with my R5 and you are pushing me over the edge!


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Sep 28, 2022 20:16 |  #4076

I had the pleasure of photographing a long time associate who is running for town council in his home town. While we were there, we also got some lifestyle photos of Chris with his extensive collection of guitars. The old Marine photo is of his grandfather, while Chris is an officer in the NJ National Guard and his son is also a Marine.

Chris’s father got the flag when he became a US citizen in the 1970s, and he took it with him to Iraq and Afghanistan, flew it on 9/11 both places. Framed it when he came home from the 'stan.

These were shot in his living room and office, and lit with Godox AD400Pro in Cheetahstand QSB 26 and AD200 with round head attachment.


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Sep 30, 2022 15:43 |  #4077

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Sep 30, 2022 17:25 as a reply to  @ WilsonFlyer's post |  #4078

is what it is
they all aint like that


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Sep 30, 2022 17:29 |  #4079

they are not all that good lotta deletes
but blind hog does find acorn every now and then
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