« on: November 20, 2014, 03:01:09 PM »
maybe some little boxing-glove icons could be added in there too, for adversarial and combative posters.
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The best page on the 7D Mark II sensor comes from sensorgen.info:their current system architecture has too many compromises to accomplish that.
It is clear from this that Canon still hasn't resolved the high read noise at ISO 100 - 800.
I don't know about your lenses or shooting circumstances, but for me lifting the +0.5lv af limit of the 60d (that's not very dark esp. with f4+ lenses) is a merit on its own.
In the spirit of our under exposed sunset theme I gave one of my Alde boat pictures a darker curve and then brushed back the boats.
I think it has improved it actually.
Hmm, talk about opposite of the design brief use.
What auto focus issues?? I am sure the best thing about the camera will the AF!
Maybe it's just from the CFA filter having been made even more color blind.
..I noticed is a lag from the time the shutter button is pressed to when the AF locks on. No hunting just a noticeable lag in acquiring initial focus. Most may not notice but in sports it can make the difference between getting the shot and not. This condition does not exist on my 5DIII so it's something specific to the 7DII.
I was using center AF point only (though the condition exists on all of the AF area settings I tried).
All at 53mm, 1/8s, f/4.4, 12800iso, handheld and set to use the IS of the lens rather than the in-body sensor-based IS.I appreciate your initiative. But without a tripod, your test is just a random result and is not "repeatable" as tests they should be. Blur when holding the camera in hand prevents the AF system to work properly.