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Plastek

Plastek

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  • People compare different characteristics and different spots on a photo so they get different results. And yes - difference is slim, but not that slim (1-2% is impossible to perceive. Even...

  • People compare different characteristics and different spots on a photo so they get different results (ok, then there are fanboys, but that's a different topic). And yes - difference is slim, but...

  • People compare different characteristics and different spots on a photo so they get different results (ok, then there are fanboys, but that's a different topic). And yes - difference is slim, but...

  • Wow, someone's epeen got hurt.
    Apologies.

  • You're not the only one posting, so....

  • Switch to RAW, ISO 6400, go to bottles at the bottom center of the screen. You should see a difference there between 7D and 7D mkII quite clearly. Less color noise, less luminance noise, more...

  • From what I see comparing 7D mkII with Nikon D7100, Sony A6000 and Pentax K3:

    Difference is clear in RAWs right from ISO400 - Sony's the worst one, then Canon, Nikon and Pentax are roughly...

  • From what I see comparing 7D mkII with Nikon D7100, Sony A6000 and Pentax K3:

    Difference is clear in RAWs right from ISO400 - Sony's the worst one, then Canon, Nikon and Pentax are roughly...

  • A77/mk2 is a clear competitor to 7D. It's identical market sector, at the release it got very similar price point, and a very similar feature set (though each camera got different strong...

  • @Menneisyys - the best kit zooms, few great primes, and that's pretty much that they have to offer. Sorry, but I hesitate to call that thing Fuji got a "system".

    @theprehistorian - you're looking...

  • Not really. Seems like Sony is a new looser in the high ISO image quality.

    Good for Pentax though - It still got top of the line high ISO performance comparable with Canon.

  • "they both are very noisy at 12800 ISO" - Every single APS-C and smaller sensor camera is. Heck - even Full Frame is "very noisy" at this ISO (yep, including A7s and DF).

    What you need is not...

  • Time to change glasses?

    Difference is clear in RAWs right from ISO400 - Sony's the worst one, then Canon, Nikon and Pentax are roughly identical. From ISO1600 Nikon starts to fall back behind...

  • @Mikael Risedal - From trio 7DmkII, K3, A6000, D7100 - it's only D7100 that got 1/3200s. Everyone else run at 1/2500.

    So if anything - it's Nikon that exposes differently, not Canon.

  • I don't know, so far it looks like Canon improved in dynamic range, not got worse. I doubt they managed to catch up with Sony but most certainly 7DmkII isn't worse than the mkI.

  • That said though - it obviously works well for their marketing needs. You're a great proof of that.

  • Backlit sensor won't be any "quantum leap". I'll be very surprised if they'll get more than 1/3 EV advantage. The reason why big manufacturers, like Sony or Canon, don't use backlit sensors in...

  • Yea, Sony doesn't have the output to handle all their orders so they are outsourcing their technology to 3rd party manufacturers.

    I believe Sony invested over a billion dollars in a new sensor...

  • "Sony a6000 with much more details from others." - Sony is sharpening photos in a box. Never compare JPGs. RAWs are a way to go.
    And to my surprise - 7DmkII actually got nicer images all the way...

  • Well done then, you got 2001 instead. ;)

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