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Congrats! But isn't ZF.2 for Nikon and ZE for Canon?
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NR before sharpening always.
You do realize that the order of application makes no difference to the final result, correct? It may make a difference to what numbers you end up choosing and how you choose them, but the application order is hard coded into the Camera Raw code.
Page 47 of the AF guide
So...you guys download and read camera manuals for fun, huh?
It only works for stills. The metering sensor senses the lighting flicker frequency and synchronizes shutter release to the peaks of the flickering lights. Not only are all shots the same, they also get the maximum light.
Really. That sounds pretty amazing. Where were you seeing that? I haven't seen anything about the specifics of the feature anywhere.
...This camera is a sports/bif dream if you ask me....
And the anti-flickering mode for fluorecent light? Are you kidding me? That is a game changer...
A "game changer" for bif and wildlife? - I've taken tens of thousands of shots with my 7D and NONE of them were under fluorescent lights.
Yes, I do realize this thread is about IQ and noise, but that shouldn't be the main reason to buy or not but the 7d2. But you take a fantastic shot with perfect focus in a ridicolous fast pace situation and that epic moment, or would you like a miss focused shot that is superclean with 14 stops of DR? Then buy another camera.
I don't care how accurate the focus is if the RAW file is noisy at 1600 ISO and higher. Cleaning the noise will reduce the sharpness, so what good is it?
No love for the 200 f2? Not long enough?
Cute Well done Viggo.