How does using the best part of the lens help if I need to shoot at ISO 6400?
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But what's to stop him from making a comeback with the familiar - "you do not understand" / "you have no clue" BS?
no Im saying by exposure after 400 iso you have create a head room by 2 stops compare to 100iso
what is so difficult to understand Neuro! = exposure after 400 iso = halving the hitting lights twice compare to 100iso
With regard to field sports and wanting the 300 2.8 II, would that be on a full frame or your 7D? Do you expect a 400 to be too long on a full frame to be used in that capacity?
are you for real? then you have to adjust the time/f-stopt to the metering of the subject or you are either over expose or under expose
Some of you don't have a clue what discussion is about
2. 400 iso the head room is created by two stops , it means halving the hitting light twice to sensor
Change TO HIGHER iso means shorter time/f-stop compare to earlier iso, higher iso, GO from 400 to 800 = shorter time or more f-stop =halving the hitting photons increase amp gain
CHOSE Lower the iso means go from 800iso to 400 iso =1 STOP longer exposure time or open up 1 F-stop = let DUBBLE photons hit the sensor = decrease the amp gain
Changing iso = TIME/F-STOP CONTROL THE numberS of photons TO HIT THE SENSOR
It is very difficult to discuss with people who do not understand the most basic things
SO again, point out where Im wrong
5D Mark III | 7D | 17mm TS-E f/2.8 | 24-70mm f/2.8 L | 50mm f/1.2 L | 70-200mm f/2.8 II IS | 100mm f/2.8 Macro | ST-E3 | (x3) 600 ex
"A built in clamp....... Minimal failure points and foo. How does it stack up?"
Pay attention Neuro, an engineer is talking about "minimal failure points." That means this is BETTER than your combination of pieces loctited together creating multiple failure points that you believe is even stronger.
I have an S100... It was the first that series with Digic5. The S95 has Digic4 which I believe makes all the difference. There is far less noise in low light situations,
Thanks everyone. Doesn't seem like any thoughts on the S110?