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Jan 11, 2010 17:01 |  #31

I've done that in my excitement too :D 5 slices across the top of the box usually does the trick, one of them is bound to hit the seam.
Nice pics though, loving the ISO performance!
Have you tracked any cars yet? Runners? :D


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Jan 11, 2010 17:02 |  #32

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Those shots look pretty sweet at 12800. To my eyes, looks about a stop better than the 1D3, what do you think since you had a 1D3 before?

I would say the 1D4 is a stop or 1.5 better than the 1D3 at 3200. My 1D3 would start to show a little chroma noise at 3200 that was easily removed with a little NR from either Define 2.0 or Noise Ninja.




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Jan 11, 2010 17:04 |  #33

Mr. Clean wrote in post #9373696 (external link)
I've done that in my excitement too :D 5 slices across the top of the box usually does the trick, one of them is bound to hit the seam.
Nice pics though, loving the ISO performance!
Have you tracked any cars yet? Runners? :D

I won't get outside with light until Wednesday (I hope). I'm off tomorrow to California for work but I'm bringing the camera with me. If I can get out of the office while I still have some light I'll get some pics. Otherwise, it won't be until next weekend until I can get some shots of my dog running in the yard or some sports shots from the local YMCA (it's too damn cold here outside right now).




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Jan 11, 2010 17:09 |  #34

tharmsen wrote in post #9373708 (external link)
I would say the 1D4 is a stop or 1.5 better than the 1D3 at 3200. My 1D3 would start to show a little chroma noise at 3200 that was easily removed with a little NR from either Define 2.0 or Noise Ninja.

Impressive. That's one of the main things I love about the 1D3, the noise. a) lack of it b) how it looks when it's there c) how nicely it cleans up in post.

The noise from the 1D4 looks very similar. Extremely usable shots as 12,800. Awesome camera man. Looking forward to more images.


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Jan 11, 2010 17:54 |  #35

Here's my first "real" shot with the 1D4. I'm loving these images. I didn't use DPP on this one, this time I used Lightroom 2.6 for the import.

The files are simply beautiful.

IMAGE NOT FOUND
IMAGE IS A REDIRECT OR MISSING!



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Jan 11, 2010 18:02 |  #36

holy moley, good mother of ISO. I wish my ISO 800 looked half as good as your ISO six trillion or whatever it was.


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Jan 11, 2010 18:05 |  #37

tharmsen wrote in post #9374062 (external link)
Here's my first "real" shot with the 1D4. I'm loving these images. I didn't use DPP on this one, this time I used Lightroom 2.6 for the import.

The files are simply beautiful.

IMAGE NOT FOUND
HTTP response: 404 | MIME changed to 'text/html' | Byte size: ZERO

Cut your box open with a hunting knife. First real image is of an attack rifle. You're one of those tree-hugging, peace shirt wearing, hippie types, aren't you?


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Jan 11, 2010 18:07 |  #38

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Cut your box open with a hunting knife. First real image is of an attack rifle. You're one of those tree-hugging, peace shirt wearing, hippie types, aren't you?

I didn't have a whole lot of options for subject in the house today. :) I always have a rifle or handgun laying around.

I guess I'm a little odd to a New Yorker. Around my neck of the woods I'm rather mundane. :D




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Jan 11, 2010 18:09 |  #39

you should have used the gun to open the box - then you wouldn't need the Scorpions :)


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Jan 11, 2010 18:14 |  #40

Erik_L wrote in post #9374206 (external link)
you should have used the gun to open the box - then you wouldn't need the Scorpions :)

Or at least wouldn't have heard them! :)


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Jan 11, 2010 18:24 |  #41

tharmsen wrote in post #9374062 (external link)
Here's my first "real" shot with the 1D4. I'm loving these images. I didn't use DPP on this one, this time I used Lightroom 2.6 for the import.

The files are simply beautiful.

FN FS2000?


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Jan 11, 2010 18:29 |  #42

tharmsen wrote in post #9374194 (external link)
I didn't have a whole lot of options for subject in the house today. :) I always have a rifle or handgun laying around.

I guess I'm a little odd to a New Yorker. Around my neck of the woods I'm rather mundane. :D

I was just looking at your site where a ton of guns welcome you, then saw the video, now the gun...just found it amusing :).

I'm a NYer, but a Republican, so feel free to form your militia. Just that describing a 10 FPS burst as "sounding like a machine gun" will be completely different for you :)


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Jan 11, 2010 18:34 |  #43
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tharmsen wrote in post #9374194 (external link)
I didn't have a whole lot of options for subject in the house today. :) I always have a rifle or handgun laying around.

I guess I'm a little odd to a New Yorker. Around my neck of the woods I'm rather mundane. :D

Got any pictures of a barrett 50 cal? :P congrats on the new cam


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Jan 11, 2010 18:39 |  #44

TaDa wrote in post #9374360 (external link)
I was just looking at your site where a ton of guns welcome you, then saw the video, now the gun...just found it amusing :).

I'm a NYer, but a Republican, so feel free to form your militia. Just that describing a 10 FPS burst as "sounding like a machine gun" will be completely different for you :)

My machineguns fire much faster than 10fps. :D

Flickr has a bunch of guns on the first page because I uploaded them all recently. I got on a "shoot my guns" kick... usually I do model photography but winter has me kind of sucking wind and looking for different subjects.

But I have a model shoot on the 24th and I'll be using my 1D4!




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Jan 11, 2010 18:40 |  #45

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Got any pictures of a barrett 50 cal? :P congrats on the new cam

Nope, given the price of .50 ammo and my lust for camera gear... I stick with the "cheap" stuff to shoot (9mm, .45, .38, 5.56, 7.62x39, etc.). :D




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