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Re: 1DX sample RAW images
« Reply #60 on: April 09, 2012, 02:28:30 AM »
are there any ISO100 RAWs?

it would be interesting to see if they manage better low ISO DR on the 1DX and saved the good stuff for this sensor or whether they are simply stuck or not willing to pony up for new fab/patents/etc. (apparently they may have had an in house patent but marketing tossed it aside without even showing it to their DSLR engineers.... odd)

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« Reply #61 on: April 09, 2012, 05:35:34 AM »
Not yet :(

There is an iso250 and if I'm honest that only looks around as good as iso3200 when you pull the shadows. Certainly not clean shadows.

With the net awash with dr comparisons, if thats true, someone "deserves" to lose their job lol. Sad when marketing clearly doesn't have their finger on the pulse.
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Re: 1DX sample RAW images
« Reply #62 on: April 09, 2012, 06:59:28 AM »
I would be really happy if someone could re-upload some raw files :)
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Re: 1DX sample RAW images
« Reply #63 on: April 09, 2012, 09:04:57 AM »
Did you try the links on page 3 from mrmarks?  This is where i got them from.  Am not really equipped to post them and upload them, but if y ou send me an email i can try to send them directly.
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« Reply #64 on: April 09, 2012, 09:49:25 AM »
Given those are the first RAW file we are seeing from the 1DX and given so many of the members here were asking for it, I am really surprised this thread is not more popular!  I guess everyone is consumed with their 5DmkIII now  ;)

This has certainly been the case with other 1D X threads.  I think the cost of the 1D X keeps the air somewhat rarefied...
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« Reply #65 on: April 09, 2012, 09:54:10 AM »
Given those are the first RAW file we are seeing from the 1DX and given so many of the members here were asking for it, I am really surprised this thread is not more popular!  I guess everyone is consumed with their 5DmkIII now  ;)

This has certainly been the case with other 1D X threads.  I think the cost of the 1D X keeps the air somewhat rarefied...

Good point.  I did notice that this morning that other 1dx thread were also less popular.  Now that the 5D mkiii is out i guess there is less interest in the 1dx...cost difference would be a material rarefied factor indeed!

Have you looked at the raw files yourself Neuro?  Thoughts on them or are yu waiting for more serious reviews or posting?
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« Reply #66 on: April 09, 2012, 04:16:54 PM »
Given those are the first RAW file we are seeing from the 1DX and given so many of the members here were asking for it, I am really surprised this thread is not more popular!  I guess everyone is consumed with their 5DmkIII now  ;)

This has certainly been the case with other 1D X threads.  I think the cost of the 1D X keeps the air somewhat rarefied...

Good point.  I did notice that this morning that other 1dx thread were also less popular.  Now that the 5D mkiii is out i guess there is less interest in the 1dx...cost difference would be a material rarefied factor indeed!

Have you looked at the raw files yourself Neuro?  Thoughts on them or are yu waiting for more serious reviews or posting?

I suspect more people were interested early on because it might point to the 5d3 IQ. Now that's out I doubt it's of much interest to most people who aren't getting one :)

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« Reply #67 on: April 09, 2012, 04:21:35 PM »
Have you looked at the raw files yourself Neuro?  Thoughts on them or are yu waiting for more serious reviews or posting?

I haven't looked...
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Re: 1DX sample RAW images
« Reply #68 on: April 09, 2012, 04:22:53 PM »
I suspect more people were interested early on because it might point to the 5d3 IQ. Now that's out I doubt it's of much interest to most people who aren't getting one :)

Yeah I think this is exactly what is happening...

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Re: 1DX sample RAW images
« Reply #69 on: May 19, 2012, 05:33:37 AM »
I have LOT'S of RAW files from the 1DX, 5D3, D4, D800, D800E, I took them all myself during a photography stand here in Norway.
I have been trying to compare (in a non scientific way) shots done with all cameras of a similar scene, with different ISO's, and also underexposed down to EV -2 and lifting shadows after.

The 1DX is maybe 1/2 stop better than the 5D3. About same quality as D4.
The 1DX might be slightly better in the shadows than the 5D3, slight less banding.

The D800/D800E is impressive taking into account the huge resolution,
still nowhere close as being that much better than the 5D3 in the shadows as some tests say.

The 1DX (and the D4) is a pricy camera, but I think you pay for getting speed and AF, not just SNR/DR.

IMO all cameras are good on ISO/DR, and the differences are so small it makes little sense for anybody
to claim any camera is substantially better than another. IMO, at ISO25600 things are starting to get useless,
regardless of what camera you use (maybe at ISO12800 on D800).

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« Reply #70 on: May 19, 2012, 09:08:30 PM »
I have LOT'S of RAW files from the 1DX, 5D3, D4, D800, D800E, I took them all myself during a photography stand here in Norway.
I have been trying to compare (in a non scientific way) shots done with all cameras of a similar scene, with different ISO's, and also underexposed down to EV -2 and lifting shadows after.

The 1DX is maybe 1/2 stop better than the 5D3. About same quality as D4.
The 1DX might be slightly better in the shadows than the 5D3, slight less banding.

The D800/D800E is impressive taking into account the huge resolution,
still nowhere close as being that much better than the 5D3 in the shadows as some tests say.

The 1DX (and the D4) is a pricy camera, but I think you pay for getting speed and AF, not just SNR/DR.

IMO all cameras are good on ISO/DR, and the differences are so small it makes little sense for anybody
to claim any camera is substantially better than another. IMO, at ISO25600 things are starting to get useless,
regardless of what camera you use (maybe at ISO12800 on D800).

So not a big difference between the 1DX and D4?  IS one of them better at high ISO or they are really the same?
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Re: 1DX sample RAW images
« Reply #71 on: May 20, 2012, 05:25:53 AM »
It isn't that I have completely lost interest in the 1d X, but it's so far away, and keeps getting farther away, that I decided not to sit around waiting for it as that would just be selfinduced destruction.

But since I got the 5d3, I must say, other than the need of better tracking, I don't really see what the 1d X offers ME that the 5d3 don't. And I am coming from 1d3 and  1d4 in the past. And never thought it would matter to me, but the smaller size and weight of the 5d is very welcome. And even battery capcity is only off by 200 images, and it used to be 2000 images better than the 5d.

I get by with 6 fps and don't really need 12. I would hate to loose the headphone jack now that I am filming more. And until we see a proper rawconverted comparison with MASSIVELY different results ( I know the 1d X kills for high iso, 51k looks like 10k on the 5d3) but other than that?
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Re: 1DX sample RAW images
« Reply #72 on: May 20, 2012, 08:28:10 AM »
I recently cancelled my 1DX pre-order, i can't decide which camera to replace the 5DII with. I still have just a 7D for now, so i'll wait for the 1DX to come out and be reviewed in production form before i decide to add a 5DIII to the 7D, or buy the 1DX and sell the 7D. Or maybe i'll wait to see what the specs are on the high MP offering coming in the future, or maybe i should wait for the 1DXII........ ;D

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« Reply #73 on: May 21, 2012, 12:35:44 PM »
I have LOT'S of RAW files from the 1DX, 5D3, D4, D800, D800E, I took them all myself during a photography stand here in Norway.
I have been trying to compare (in a non scientific way) shots done with all cameras of a similar scene, with different ISO's, and also underexposed down to EV -2 and lifting shadows after.

The 1DX is maybe 1/2 stop better than the 5D3. About same quality as D4.
The 1DX might be slightly better in the shadows than the 5D3, slight less banding.

The D800/D800E is impressive taking into account the huge resolution,
still nowhere close as being that much better than the 5D3 in the shadows as some tests say.

The 1DX (and the D4) is a pricy camera, but I think you pay for getting speed and AF, not just SNR/DR.

IMO all cameras are good on ISO/DR, and the differences are so small it makes little sense for anybody
to claim any camera is substantially better than another. IMO, at ISO25600 things are starting to get useless,
regardless of what camera you use (maybe at ISO12800 on D800).

So not a big difference between the 1DX and D4?  IS one of them better at high ISO or they are really the same?

Hard to tell as the lightning conditions changed as I switched from the D4 to the 1DX, also I missed a little on the focus with the D4, but I think they are pretty similar wrt SNR.

I did a second test shootout between the 1DX and the 5D3, with a fellow photographer, and we both feel the difference between the two in SNR/noise are almost not visible. Maybe, MAYBE 1/2 stop in favour of the 1DX. Don't expect miracles from the 1DX!! But I own the 5D3, and I am still going for the 1DX due to the speed. Still the buffer stops very quick even if I tried with the fastest memory card available on the planet (Lexar 128GB 1000x UDMA7 (150MBps/150MBps).

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Re: 1DX sample RAW images
« Reply #74 on: May 22, 2012, 07:55:06 AM »
I have few but not from a final version. Canon allowed me to use one for 24hrs last month!

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