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You guys need to watch the copyright zone video on the B&H channel:
As this incident is taking place in the US these would be the laws and interpretations to be considered.
No, the incident took place and played out in the UK, the family, victim and photographer, as well as the MOD are all in the UK.
I'm waiting for a trusted source to post some raw results in low incandescent light. High ISO shots always look fairly good in bright light, its the low light shots that interest me. So far, its about what I expected, ISO 6400 is usable with NR.
Minus the "trusted source," here are a few high iso shots under street lights.
f/4: ISO6400@1/30, ISO8000@1/40, ISO12800@1/60.
Attached is ISO12800. The noise looks really fine and peppery. I would probably clean up easily, but I wouldn't even bother.
I suspect that the data presented in "raw files" is more likely to be "half-baked" and that raw sensor values are never seen by the user.
Interesting answers, all.
CanonPriceWatch only shows the T6S at retail pricing. But its got other good info. I'll keep it handy. Thanks!
I'm seeing the T6S at some retailers for $649 to $699 (body only). That's discounted, but still high enough to be legit, I think. I'll call them and report back
Here's one example...
Patent Publication No. 2015-138121
+1, The Nikkor 80-400mm G is no match for the EF 100-400mm-II. Even with a higher-res 24MP APS-C sensor and no-AA filter it is unable to resolve as much detail as the Canon lens with a comparable 20MP Canon APS-C body. Then taking into account the 1.6x vs 1.5x crop factor as well, and the Canon ends up having a huge practical advantage in reach-limited scenarios. The Nikon lens is literally and figuratively a couple of steps behind the capability of the 100-400mm lens.
I upgraded my laptop today, which I wanted to format and clean install anyway again. So I did, worked like a charm. Then I upgraded my desktop, which was a fresh 8.1 install just some weeks ago, and also everything works fine here. Not having any issues. Only thing I did right away was install the classic start menu again, using Start10 by Stardock. I had Start8 before since Windows 8 and I was satisfied so I got Start10 immediately today.
Now it's just like ever and runs smoothly on both my computers.