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| p.1 #11 · Porcupine, Elk, Black Bear in Banff Park |
Imagemaster: I think the 5dii is a stop better than 7d and the 5diii is a stop better than 5dii at really high ISO (6400) but comparable at lower ISO (3200 and lower). I did some testing and confirmed this to myself. If you look at the first picture it is at 6400 ISO. I doubt the 7d would be usable at this ISO. The real question i have is whether the reach lost is worth the quality gain. Below 3200iSO, I woudl use the 7d. >= 3200ISO I prefer the 5dii. I have concluded that the 5diii is a significant improvement to 5dii and has changed my default drive around lens from 7d in good light with 5dii as low light - to 5dii on my 500 as default and 7d when I need the reach. The fps, focus, wider auto-iso, are better than the 7d. The 7d is very good in good light but I use it for reach.
Glad you like the porcupine. The grizzly I shot had a run in with a porcupine and learned just like your German Shepherd. Thanks for the feedback. Much appreciated. Scott