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7D ISO big improvement over 30D ?

 
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Oct 18, 2009 11:11 |  #1

Will I see a big improvement in noise from 800 up , using a 7D over my 30D ?


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Oct 18, 2009 11:12 |  #2

Yeah, but so is the T1i, if you don't need the other 7D features.


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Oct 18, 2009 11:15 |  #3

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Yeah, but so is the T1i, if you don't need the other 7D features.

Thanks, but I do ;) .


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Oct 18, 2009 11:19 |  #4

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Thanks, but I do ;) .

i don't


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Oct 18, 2009 14:37 |  #5

haiko wrote in post #8844773 (external link)
i don't

But some of us do .


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Oct 18, 2009 14:48 |  #6

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Oct 18, 2009 15:02 |  #7

now boys, play nice...


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Oct 18, 2009 19:20 |  #8

Digitally_Altered wrote in post #8845716 (external link)
now boys, play nice...

It's okay , a dumb question deserves dumb answers :D. The 7D is such an improvement over the 30D, it's a no brainer.


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Oct 19, 2009 01:49 |  #9

Yes, noise handling is much better.
Just don't fall in the 100% crop study trap, printed at the same size I'd say that 7D is almost two stops better than 30D.


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Oct 19, 2009 09:43 |  #10

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It's okay , a dumb question deserves dumb answers :D. The 7D is such an improvement over the 30D, it's a no brainer.

yah, I know, I do get amazed on all the crazy remarks made on this forum, especially when made by someone that doesnt have, never used (or even held) the product they complain about... :rolleyes:


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Oct 19, 2009 11:53 |  #11

Simple answer - yes
Will it improve your photos? - a bit, maybe not at all.. As Rick Sammon said, if you notice the grain in your photo, it isn't good enough. That means the photograph itself matters more than noise or grain (composition, focus and exposure are really way more important than noise IMO)




  
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Oct 19, 2009 12:29 |  #12

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Simple answer - yes
Will it improve your photos? - a bit, maybe not at all.. As Rick Sammon said, if you notice the grain in your photo, it isn't good enough. That means the photograph itself matters more than noise or grain (composition, focus and exposure are really way more important than noise IMO)

YES! Someone finally said it. If you notice noise before anything, the photo has failed.




  
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Oct 19, 2009 12:49 |  #13

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Will I see a big improvement in noise from 800 up , using a 7D over my 30D ?

I have a thread with my comparison of the 7D with the 20D if that is any help https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=768490.

Short answer is 2-3 stops better for luminance noise and more for chrominance if you use the NR settings correctly.


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Oct 19, 2009 12:51 |  #14

Get a 7D.


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Oct 19, 2009 18:38 |  #15

benesotor wrote in post #8851402 (external link)
YES! Someone finally said it. If you notice noise before anything, the photo has failed.

xxloverxx wrote in post #8851186 (external link)
Simple answer - yes
Will it improve your photos? - a bit, maybe not at all.. As Rick Sammon said, if you notice the grain in your photo, it isn't good enough. That means the photograph itself matters more than noise or grain (composition, focus and exposure are really way more important than noise IMO)

I've used the 30D for a number of years now, so I know what to expect. If I shoot at high ISO , i'm going to get noise . During the winter months , I only have the weekends to shot. If I'm lucky , I get sunshine . If I'm not , it's up the ISO or skip shooting. I've always uped the ISO and went anyway. Same for spring sports .

Lester Wareham wrote in post #8851534 (external link)
I have a thread with my comparison of the 7D with the 20D if that is any help https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=768490.

Short answer is 2-3 stops better for luminance noise and more for chrominance if you use the NR settings correctly.

Thanks , I'll look that over again. You took sometime doing that , thanks.

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Get a 7D.

I think that's the answer !


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