High Speed Digital Camera Reviews

high speed digital camera reviews
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toy ISO1600 EOS5D2(fullframe is overhyped).
toy ISO1600 EOS5D2(fullframe is overhyped).
EOS7D is a much better camera than the 5D2 , I think I made a big mistake choosing the 5D2 as my main body , if I did not need a TSE or a Sigma 12-24 , then I would keep my 7d instead. But the TSE 24f3.5 was no longer a real TSE lens on a crop body so I had to keep my 5D2. However , if my reason to get a full frame over the 7D was supposedly a bit better high ISO noise , I am sure I would be really disappointed with my decision........... There is no full frame noise advantage , supposed to be a stop better full frame noise perfomance is a big lie or at least myth. Considering the DOF difference of full frame to crop , with a full frame to get similar DOF , we need to stop it down futher , thus, we have to choose a stop or 2 stops high ISO value to get the same shutter speed , so unless we are shooting on a tripod or wide open , there is no fullframe noise advantage............. In fact , in handheld , deep DOF photography , the crop has the edge over the FF , cause the current best high ISO full frame namely the D3s has just 1/2 stop better high ISO noise performance than the current best crop the 7D or the D90 , and the D3 given its extremely shallow DOF and pixel density , it must be stopped down 1.5 stops more to get the same DOF as with the D90 , so unless we compare ISO12800 of the D3s to ISO3200 or 2500 of the D90 or the 7D , it is not fair , not showing any real life performance difference of these 2 different formats.......... if the supposed to be a bit better Full frame noise performance is the only reason to upgrade to so-called fullframe , then , it is not worth the effort................. IMO, we better invest in computer program like Nic Define 2.0 or Nic sharpener than a silly huge brick like D3s or 1D4 (of course assuming we are not shooting silly low light sports). Full frame is really over hyped , it is a just boom trendy thing in this film-to-digital transition period of photography history. But as old film guys die out in a few years , then who cares about FF or APS-C? Many of us who grew up with crop digitals do not care about 35mm acts as 35mm or 85mm acts like 85mm in the film time , but afraid to lose our 200mm lens acting like 320mm or 300mm..............so, for me crop factor is a plus not ninus effect on my photography. and I believe most of those who are buying into 35mm digital system , actually do not even need it or actually they better off shooting with a good crop like this 7D but they are brain washed by those moronic forums or reviews and obsessed with high ISO noise performance only and selfjustify to buy a so-called fullframe, which actually is crop of MF. it is even not a full frame , there are a couple of bigger formats than it , and so why people call it fullframe? in film time , as far as I remember , it was the second cheapest and smallest format of all. and now , people use it like some kinda status trophie, as to look down an APS-C fan? this is really ridiculous. I wanted to test full frame, to actually confirm if my previous thoughts on APS vs FF were all right, yeah they were all right. Now, I know I will never want a full frame , I have a 5D2 since I can not sell it but it is the last FF camera for me , I guess I will get a 7D mark2 or Pentax K7 and never ever think about FF. The D3s noise advantage is coming from RAW NR and not the better sensor tech or design at all , the 5D2 has more banding than the 7D. Only one fullframe may be worth it to me is the Sony A900 or 850 since it's got In-camera-IS and real good low ISO IQ...............the 5D2 is not worth , I try to shoot it from 400 to 1600ISO only , never go up or down because it shows horrible banding pattern noise at ISO100 in deep shadow pushed +2 EV or ISO3200 and up. This kind of horrible pattern noise , I never found in 7D files or Nikon D90 files. And I am sure as tech gets better and better , many people want to go smaller rather than bigger and Canon will go smaller not bigger, this FF thing is a temporal transitional thing from film to digital.
Kenny, Male Hamadryas Baboon with Canon 7D
Kenny, Male Hamadryas Baboon with Canon 7D
This is an unedited 1000 ISO capture of a Kenny a Male Hamadryas Baboon at the Phoenix zoo. Taken with a Canon EOS 7D Digital Camera and Canon EF 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6L IS USM lens I borrowed from my friend. Converted to JPEG from RAW using Canon Digital Photo Professional noise reduction reduced to 0. Click on All Sizes in the menu above to see details. Mini Canon 7D Review: People have been asking for my opinion of the new Canon 7D so here goes. In the field the 7D is everything I had hoped it would be: fast, responsive, quiet, fantastic rear LCD, all the best and a fantastic camera maybe the best I had ever tried below the EOS-1 series. All that dimmed a little however once I got back and downloaded the photos to my iMac. You see I'm afraid I had gotten spoiled to the images from my Canon 5D Mark II. And the 7D Raw images seemed to be no better then the ones out of my 40D. Now the 40D is no slouch mind you and I know the 7D and 5D are two different types of cameras one a full frame one cropped but I couldn't help but compare. The 5D Mark II while slower and louder then the 7D is simply a leap above the 7D in image quality! From sharpness to ability to crop to higher ISO and dynamic range the 5D Mark II is a leap above. If you have a 5D Mark II then you know what I'm talking about. So bottom line is if you want a fast responsive feature rich camera for birding get the 7D. However if you want THE best image quality there is in Canon EOS land the 5D Mark II is it. Mini Canon EF 28-300mm L lens review: This lens reminds me a lot of the Canon 100-400 L very similar image quality only wider angle on one end and not as much reach on the far end. A little heavier but more versatile in most environments outside a zoo the 28-300 is THE L lens you want with you if you could carry only one lens especially on a full frame camera. The main draw backs are COST and WEIGHT! But if you can handle those two areas it's awesome! If you are mainly a zoo person and need a more reach I would lean towards the Canon 100-400 with is also much cheaper. Exposure: 0.002 sec (1/500) Aperture: f/6.3 Focal Length: 300 mm ISO Speed: 1000

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