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12,800ISO 5DMKIII Images
« on: February 26, 2013, 10:28:08 AM »
So this is the first time I have really used the camera above 3200ISO as I think the results at 3200 are amazing. In this case I couldn't be bothered to set up a tripod or my flash set up, so used this as a little test.

My car was in for a service and BMW gave me a new F30 3 series as a courtesy car. First time I have driven one and the interiors are really nice so thought I would take a few pics add them to the BMW forum im apart of.

Anyway the results are incredible. Minimal editing in post with a little NR 30 luminance on PS CS5.5. All was shot with available light, shot at night so that was the interior light of the car. Shot with my 24-105mm L and 100mm L.

Anyway if anyone else has any other images at 12,800 add them! What a camera.


BMW F30 3 Series interior by tom_scott88, on Flickr


BMW F30 3 Series interior, light console by tom_scott88, on Flickr


BMW F30 3 Series interior, centre console climate control by tom_scott88, on Flickr


BMW F30 3 Series interior, multifunction steering wheel by tom_scott88, on Flickr


BMW F30 3 Series interior, iDrive screen by tom_scott88, on Flickr
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12,800ISO 5DMKIII Images
« on: February 26, 2013, 10:28:08 AM »

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Re: 12,800ISO 5DMKIII Images
« Reply #1 on: February 26, 2013, 09:58:55 PM »
Well done tomscott  :)
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Re: 12,800ISO 5DMKIII Images
« Reply #2 on: February 26, 2013, 10:25:10 PM »
Tom you should shoot above 3200 more often as your just barely scratching the surface with the 5diii at 3200. For me 12,800 is very useful and even 25k in a pinch and not printing terribly large.

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Re: 12,800ISO 5DMKIII Images
« Reply #3 on: February 27, 2013, 11:40:21 AM »
So this is the first time I have really used the camera above 3200ISO as I think the results at 3200 are amazing. In this case I couldn't be bothered to set up a tripod or my flash set up, so used this as a little test.

My car was in for a service and BMW gave me a new F30 3 series as a courtesy car. First time I have driven one and the interiors are really nice so thought I would take a few pics add them to the BMW forum im apart of.

Anyway the results are incredible. Minimal editing in post with a little NR 30 luminance on PS CS5.5. All was shot with available light, shot at night so that was the interior light of the car. Shot with my 24-105mm L and 100mm L.

Anyway if anyone else has any other images at 12,800 add them! What a camera.


BMW F30 3 Series interior by tom_scott88, on Flickr


BMW F30 3 Series interior, light console by tom_scott88, on Flickr


BMW F30 3 Series interior, centre console climate control by tom_scott88, on Flickr


BMW F30 3 Series interior, multifunction steering wheel by tom_scott88, on Flickr


BMW F30 3 Series interior, iDrive screen by tom_scott88, on Flickr


Brilliant shots, even regardless of the ISO. The composition is stellar imho, quite inspirational.
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Re: 12,800ISO 5DMKIII Images
« Reply #4 on: February 27, 2013, 01:21:21 PM »
7d owners steer clear,this thread is pure pain. :'(
Nice shots though 
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Re: 12,800ISO 5DMKIII Images
« Reply #5 on: February 27, 2013, 02:01:40 PM »
Tom you should shoot above 3200 more often as your just barely scratching the surface with the 5diii at 3200. For me 12,800 is very useful and even 25k in a pinch and not printing terribly large.


well done tomscott! great photographs.

@robbymack: well said: that's how things look at ISO 102k  8) Cheers to you, Pedro


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« Reply #6 on: February 27, 2013, 03:23:59 PM »
7d owners steer clear,this thread is pure pain. :'(
Nice shots though
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Re: 12,800ISO 5DMKIII Images
« Reply #7 on: February 28, 2013, 05:22:58 AM »
Tom you should shoot above 3200 more often as your just barely scratching the surface with the 5diii at 3200. For me 12,800 is very useful and even 25k in a pinch and not printing terribly large.


Brilliant shots, even regardless of the ISO. The composition is stellar imho, quite inspirational.


7d owners steer clear,this thread is pure pain. :'(
Nice shots though


Thanks for the kind words!

Yes well I came from the 40D then 7D. The 7D I thought everything but IQ was better, but wasn't satisfied. High ISO was better but 3200 was still about its limits and 100-400 seemed quite noisy.

So I got the 5DMKIII and I am very happy with it.

Believe it or not the first time I went out with it shooting some landscape, the available light wasn't great for small apertures and was shooting 1000-3200ISO at F11-16. Surely for landscape the worst idea....?

Have a look at this:


Howtown, Cumbria by tom_scott88, on Flickr

From the same day 3200


Lichen and Moss by tom_scott88, on Flickr

2500


Moss by tom_scott88, on Flickr

Quality is fantastic!

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Re: 12,800ISO 5DMKIII Images
« Reply #8 on: March 01, 2013, 07:43:52 AM »
7d owners steer clear,this thread is pure pain. :'(
Nice shots though

Thanks  :-). Made me love my 5diii more !
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Re: 12,800ISO 5DMKIII Images
« Reply #9 on: March 01, 2013, 10:10:51 AM »
Nice shots tomscott!  Here is one from a recent wedding of mine, ISO 12,800:



I agree high ISO is definitely impressive on the 5D3

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Re: 12,800ISO 5DMKIII Images
« Reply #10 on: March 01, 2013, 10:50:06 AM »
Really very nice and personal image that DavidB. Doesnt look anything like 12,800 tho! Amazing!
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Re: 12,800ISO 5DMKIII Images
« Reply #11 on: March 01, 2013, 10:57:58 AM »
i wonder how much better the 6D can do in 12800.

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Re: 12,800ISO 5DMKIII Images
« Reply #12 on: March 01, 2013, 11:20:10 AM »
7d owners steer clear,this thread is pure pain. :'(
Nice shots though
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+2. The 7D was pushing it @ 3200 & Limited useage @ 6400. Downsizing the 7D files to 8MP made it much more bareable.
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Re: 12,800ISO 5DMKIII Images
« Reply #13 on: March 01, 2013, 11:23:08 AM »
i wonder how much better the 6D can do in 12800.

Probably similar. Thing with the 6D is they have added a higher noise reduction setting which makes the images look less noisy out of the camera, but the 5D MKIII will retain more details.

TBH its so close its not worth worrying about if your a pixel peeper then maybe  :P
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Re: 12,800ISO 5DMKIII Images
« Reply #14 on: March 01, 2013, 11:31:59 AM »
Took this shot some time ago @ ISO 12800 with my 5D3. Despite the 1.6x crop that provided more reach I do not miss my 7D at all. :)


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