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EOS Bodies / Re: High ISO Samples from the Canon EOS 7D Mark II
« on: September 17, 2014, 07:29:36 PM »
RAW… need RAW… why can't someone at Photokina snap some high-ISO RAW images and post?  Need to know if I should cancel my preorder.  Please??

i, so far, found one source that offers raw files, but not for high iso.  you might email matt granger (aka the nikon guy) to ask if he has them or not.  however, below is the link that offer raw files to download

   http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/canon-7d-mark-ii/canon-7d-mark-iiGALLERY.HTM

about application to read these raw files, i do not know the answer.  i might try to find out later when i am home...

note:  however, these captures were done with beta camera.  there will probably more tweak at release...

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EOS Bodies / Re: High ISO Samples from the Canon EOS 7D Mark II
« on: September 17, 2014, 12:51:02 PM »
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Dilbert you should post pics to prove him wrong. Can I ask if you do can you also white balance and color correct so we can have that in the discussion as we'll.  :)

I'll have to find something that I've never posted anywhere else...

don't worry, my website list of renown photographers that i currently monitor and learn from does not have yours since you are not qualified LOL....

Ok, that's nice to know. Now did you want to add something meaningful or just be rude?

i'll take the second one, rude to the rude or rude to the troll...   ;)

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EOS Bodies / Re: High ISO Samples from the Canon EOS 7D Mark II
« on: September 17, 2014, 11:56:25 AM »
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Dilbert you should post pics to prove him wrong. Can I ask if you do can you also white balance and color correct so we can have that in the discussion as we'll.  :)

I'll have to find something that I've never posted anywhere else...

don't worry, my website list of renown photographers that i currently monitor and learn from does not have yours since you are not qualified LOL....

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EOS Bodies / Re: High ISO Samples from the Canon EOS 7D Mark II
« on: September 17, 2014, 10:44:25 AM »

I like the flower photo - the light is quite nice, but am I the only one who fails to grasp the point you're trying to make with it?

The subject of this thread are some hastily taken photos with questionable focus by a guy who it appears is attempting to drive traffic to his website where he sells stuff.

How is that gutsy? And how did that turn into a sharpness competition?

I don't get it.

1. first of all, i would like to thank you for your comment.  as you have mentioned, it is all about light hitting the subject, flower and the capibility of delivering all its details at that moment.  i took that one at a temple (Bao Quang) very close to my house...

2. well... technically he could sell information via saved logs if he intended to do so but i am not sure whether or not he is going to so since i am not him.  however, he does business and i am one of those curious about high iso capability and he is the only one who has those images so i don't mind to give him my information via request information/header

3. sorry, i was not the one who was starting about the sharpness.  normally, i just silently and secretly read and learn from this forum as others but this time, like some other times i just cannot stand in the way he has talked...

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EOS Bodies / Re: High ISO Samples from the Canon EOS 7D Mark II
« on: September 17, 2014, 10:34:44 AM »

Your pictures are family snaps and *to you* I'm sure they look better than anything I'll photograph.

Look, let me make this easy for you.  As dull and boring as your images are to me there's no way that I could take pictures as meaningful and interesting as the ones you've taken.

Happy?

1. did i put down photography or i just put down "caputured by"... duhhh... however, you can snap for your whole life, but i bet that you can not deliver the same quality image in low light. and no, i am not the judge of your images, members in this forum will be...

2. then prove it with your full of content images so that i can have a chance to learn more... lol
3. yessss... HAPPYYYYY
4. still have not answer the question about the other topic...

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EOS Bodies / Re: High ISO Samples from the Canon EOS 7D Mark II
« on: September 17, 2014, 03:27:41 AM »
LOL at the trolling regarding the 7D2 AF, first of all the guy was making an informal test of the High ISO SOOC JPEGs from the cam, not its AF performance.

Yes, an informal test, so the results of it should be universally ignored or taken with a grain of salt.

at least he has his gut to post his out of focus image?

What he did wasn't gutsy but a plain grab for attention and clicks.

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how about you?

"mine is bigger than yours"? How mature.

1. bigger but useless does not help  :o... LOL...
2. he is a business guy, what do you expect...

however, i have at least realized that you know very little about how to take images... otherwise, you already take my challenges...  if your images are that s*cks, then do not give out comments or try to educate other people about photography after doing some crap research around the internet.  if you are that good in technology, then apply for the r&d departments...  instead of being so, join forums and keep learning just like some others and i do...

you have not answer my previous question on topic "Do Sensors Make the Camera" and again, be-careful in giving out answer, otherwise, i am going to call you as a guy being born with tofu brain...

... or you want to downgrade to my canon 30d and 50mm f/1.4?  again, i guarantee that your images cannot be sharper than mine regardless what camera i use (from canon 30d to modern), certainly not better than any others in this forums, but definitely better than yours...

note:  my daughter at a chess tournament, while little one playing crazy chess with her friend...  taken with canon 30d and 430ex ii (in single shot mode, not high-speed burst since i hate process of rating images).  if admin think what i am talking is not right, let me know and i will delete my post immediately...

Your first two pictures are excellent and proof that we've been able to make great digital images since the early naughtiest. Having said that the 30D was never the best landscape camera and incritical observation produced pretty noisy skies, although to be fair this couldn't be seen in a practical print unless very big.

With regard to the high ISO examples shot by this guy at photokina I'm sure his emphasis was an grabbing some high ISO shots, and let's face it; they are remarkably good, and I'll be fascinated to see some critical low ISO shots too.

Regarding the focus - OK so the camera technology probably isn't yet dilbert proof, but which is ?

thanks for encouraging... i am a new learner comparing to many other people in here (less than 3 years of using dslr after my first t3, but i do learn hard, everyday).  however, i, for some reason, do like color noise for after 1.5 year of learning.  i always de-noise and then add color noise back in photoshop. i sometimes use gaussian, and most of the time use uniform.

the reason i think the new canon 7d mark ii af focus is that good because i suspect something might be relate to IR layer (i might wrong, but the design is proprietary and will not be disclosed by canon).  i know some of this application thermal infrared, but not best and cannot talk about it since i have to feed my family :)

thanks again, looking forward to learn more from many people in this forum and others...

note:  that grainy image that you were talking about were taken after seeing this below linked image by jonas peterson:


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EOS Bodies / Re: High ISO Samples from the Canon EOS 7D Mark II
« on: September 17, 2014, 03:03:36 AM »

If you want me to go and take a sharp picture, sure, I can do that. But what does that prove? Nothing.

Worth of an image is often subjective thus what you and I see as being worthwhile images are likely quite different ...

Probably because I haven't read that post of yours and I'm not likely to either.

Very ordinary look images to me and not only that, boring and meaningless to me. I imagine to you they're important but I couldn't care less about them.

1. yes, you can prove that you are good in understand your camera, photography techniques and technology but i afraid that you can't prove that.  if so, search your database and like someone in this forum said, "photo up or shut up".  i can stay up and wait for your image(s)...

2. if so, then post your subjective image here and let all members judge (note:  do not steal images since, again, i have seen and known number of images on internet.)

3. wrong... your comment was on that post page 6.  show me that you are really smart, otherwise, as i have said, born with tofu brain.  see given link below:
    http://www.canonrumors.com/forum/index.php?topic=22364.75 (page 6)

4. again, ordinary look images but does look better than yours... (post your images to show or steal some and let me laugh at it.  hint:  steal from unfamous site so that i do not know... keep in mind, i recognize images via techniques, themes, contents, etc... i.e. cliff mautner with rim light and using light, jonas paterson via use of colors, soft feelings with strong contents and his choice of aperture...)


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EOS Bodies / Re: High ISO Samples from the Canon EOS 7D Mark II
« on: September 17, 2014, 02:03:46 AM »
LOL at the trolling regarding the 7D2 AF, first of all the guy was making an informal test of the High ISO SOOC JPEGs from the cam, not its AF performance.

Yes, an informal test, so the results of it should be universally ignored or taken with a grain of salt.

at least he has his gut to post his out of focus image?

What he did wasn't gutsy but a plain grab for attention and clicks.

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how about you?

"mine is bigger than yours"? How mature.

1. bigger but useless does not help  :o... LOL...
2. he is a business guy, what do you expect...

however, i have at least realized that you know very little about how to take images... otherwise, you already take my challenges...  if your images are that s*cks, then do not give out comments or try to educate other people about photography after doing some crap research around the internet.  if you are that good in technology, then apply for the r&d departments...  instead of being so, join forums and keep learning just like some others and i do...

you have not answer my previous question on topic "Do Sensors Make the Camera" and again, be-careful in giving out answer, otherwise, i am going to call you as a guy being born with tofu brain...

... or you want to downgrade to my canon 30d and 50mm f/1.4?  again, i guarantee that your images cannot be sharper than mine regardless what camera i use (from canon 30d to modern), certainly not better than any others in this forums, but definitely better than yours...

note:  my daughter at a chess tournament, while little one playing crazy chess with her friend...  taken with canon 30d and 430ex ii (in single shot mode, not high-speed burst since i hate process of rating images).  if admin think what i am talking is not right, let me know and i will delete my post immediately...


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EOS Bodies / Re: High ISO Samples from the Canon EOS 7D Mark II
« on: September 16, 2014, 11:06:02 PM »
LOL at the trolling regarding the 7D2 AF, first of all the guy was making an informal test of the High ISO SOOC JPEGs from the cam, not its AF performance.

Yes, an informal test, so the results of it should be universally ignored or taken with a grain of salt.

at least he has his gut to post his out of focus image?  how about you?  take your best focus camera and try to beat me with my classic canon 7d which number of people in here complain about auto focus...  post your similar sharp image like the one below which was taken with canon 7d and 24-105mm f/4...

sadly that i have to say, imo, that 7d mark ii should beat both canon 1d-x and 5d mark iii in auto focus and yes, i am not bias in this saying since i am one of those canon 5d mark iii owners...

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EOS Bodies / Re: Canon 7D Mark II Sample Images - High Res
« on: September 15, 2014, 11:23:51 PM »
ISO 800 looks great, 3200/6400 not so much. I'd like to see some shots at 1600 because that seems to be where I'm at the most. Also curious if these are ooc jpegs or converted RAWs

i think these are sooc images (default/in camera post process one might call)...

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EOS Bodies / Re: Canon 7D Mark II Sample Images - High Res
« on: September 15, 2014, 10:21:19 PM »
we normally miss ai servo tracking autofocus at this scenario with high-speed burst , but below image shows off an awesome keep rate that canon 7d mark ii offers...




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EOS Bodies / Canon 7D Mark II Sample Images - High Res
« on: September 15, 2014, 10:16:03 PM »
peace and enjoy...


























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i stop buying sony brand after its famous spyware/root kit in the past...

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EOS Bodies / Re: Do Sensors sell the Camera?
« on: August 25, 2014, 09:50:01 PM »
In 2-4 years time, I expect people with Sony/Nikon cameras to be taking and editing photographs that Canon people simply can't - at least not with the same level of detail and color. I fully expect Sony/Nikon cameras to have 15, if not 16, bit ADCs in 4 years time. As for the system? They'll fill that in. The vast majority of users don't need more than a handful of lenses - thus "a system" that has macro, T/S, etc, is meaningless to the average photographer that will buy a camera plus lens kit and use that for the next n years without buying anything else. How many people is that? There's a thread on here somewhere... the number of people that buy extra lenses is less than 10%. i.e the "system" is meaningless to 90%+ of the people that buy Canon cameras.

you sound pretty smart in giving prediction for future.  but i do not see it that way, including in photography.  however, if you can answer this topic question close to the truth, then i might re-consider.  remember, do not let me think that it is all tofu that are residing in your br**n...

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EOS Bodies / Re: Are These The EOS 7D Mark II Specifications?
« on: August 25, 2014, 06:02:26 PM »
The only part I'd be concerned with is the ability of the A7r to hold a long/heavy lens on a tripod.

er... what? The tripod holds the lens, the lens holds the camera.

lol...

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