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High ISO performance 5Dmark2 Vs 1D mark3

 
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Nov 29, 2009 00:44 |  #1

Hi guys i owned a 5Dmark2 for quite sometimes now .. i found that the high ISO performance on this Camera is Amazing .. like low low noise.. I was wondering about the ISO performance on the 1D mark3 .. how is it ? is it as good as 5Dmark2 or worst than 5Dmark2 ..


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Nov 29, 2009 01:07 |  #2

waiting for pixmantra to chime in......


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Nov 29, 2009 01:17 |  #3

Worse..


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Nov 29, 2009 08:17 |  #4

SEE for yourself...

Tomminator855 wrote in post #9099899 (external link)
Hi guys i owned a 5Dmark2 for quite sometimes now .. i found that the high ISO performance on this Camera is Amazing .. like low low noise.. I was wondering about the ISO performance on the 1D mark3 .. how is it ? is it as good as 5Dmark2 or worst than 5Dmark2 ..

...Check this out, as no amount of forum "texting" and image-devoid posts are going to provide you with decent support, though.

http://emotion.smugmug​.com …059_9yHoz#59285​1367_EjjAb (external link)

NOTE: the 1D3 images were posted in AdobeRGB and they will appear a bit desaturated if your monitor is an sRGB-space one.

One key difference is that the 1D3 produces less vertical and horizontal banding than the 5D2. Moreover, if you look at all the available images / pages on the link above, you will find that (in the darker fabric, lower right corner) there is a large purple-cast that is shown in the 5D2, but not in the 1D3.

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Nov 29, 2009 09:11 |  #5

I would say without any NR in post, the 5D2 is about 3/4 to a full stop better.
As mentioned, banding is a problem at higher ISO's or when trying to recover shadow areas too much.
Persionally, banding becomes an issue at ISO12800, especially if you underexposed a little bit.

25600 is useless to me.




  
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Nov 29, 2009 09:17 |  #6

nicksan wrote in post #9101207 (external link)
25600 is useless to me.

I would say you're useless. :lol:

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Nov 29, 2009 09:20 |  #7

5D Mark II wins. More apparent ISO1000 onwards...


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Nov 29, 2009 15:09 |  #8

I would never shot anything higher than Iso 640. Would that okay on 1d mark3 ?


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Nov 29, 2009 15:10 |  #9

You bet.

Tomminator855 wrote in post #9102834 (external link)
I would never shot anything higher than Iso 640. Would that okay on 1d mark3 ?


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Nov 29, 2009 15:29 |  #10

Here you go...

Tomminator855 wrote in post #9102834 (external link)
I would never shot anything higher than Iso 640. Would that okay on 1d mark3 ?

...ISo16,000ec, image courtesy of POTN member (large, 50% size):

http://www.pbase.com …/image/11624925​7/original (external link)

Notice the exquisitely fine-pitched grain... and that is based on DiGiCIII RAW-to-RGB conversion process, as replicated by Canon's RIT engine.

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Nov 29, 2009 17:38 |  #11

looks pretty good for ISO 16000 ,, just little more of NR in Noise Ninja or Noise ware that'll be perfect


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Nov 29, 2009 21:18 |  #12

PIXmantra wrote in post #9102923 (external link)
...ISo16,000ec, image courtesy of POTN member (large, 50% size):

http://www.pbase.com …/image/11624925​7/original (external link)

Notice the exquisitely fined-pitch grain... and that is based on DiGiCIII RAW-to-RGB conversion process, as replicated by Canon's RIT engine.

Cheers,

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Nov 29, 2009 21:21 |  #13
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I've only had the 5d2 for less than a week, but all I know is, without NR, in real world testing, I can't really tell the difference yet at 6400.


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