There is some thing about 5D original

Started Mar 11, 2013 | Discussions thread
Shaun_Nyc
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Re: There is some thing about 5D original
In reply to bobn2, Mar 13, 2013

bobn2 wrote:

aftab wrote:

This is what I found.

5DI sensor (resolution) resists degradation by lesser lenses more than other cameras. There is something about 5D1 sensor.

Let's take Canon 16-35 II for example. This lens didn't do very well in DXO test. With this lens

5DI scores 10P-mpix, minimal loss of resolution

5DII scores 12P-mpix, huge loss of resolution.

Similar results with popular (but mediocre in DXO score) Canon 24-105.

What about a better lens? Let's take Canon 100/2.8

5DI scores 12P-mpix, no resolution loss

5DII, 15P-mpix, substantial resolution loss.

Things get interesting when you take the sharpest Canon lens, 300/2.8II

5DI scoes 13 P-mpix, as if its perceived resolution has increased, only camera to do this as far as I have seen.

5DII, 21P-mpix, no resolution loss.

All you found is that the 5D limits the resolution to 12MP, even when the lens has more to give. Far from 'resisting degradation' it is contributing more degradation than other cameras. Yes, there is 'something about 5D1 sensor' - it is very old, inefficient and kills resolution. Don't get me wrong, it was stellar for its time, but everything new is much better.

What has your big bad D800 done for you Bob ? Show me new is "much better "

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