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Canon EOS 5D Mark III production samples:
5D3_5683-ACRprocessed
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5D3_5683-ACRprocessed
Processed with Adobe Camera Raw v6.7 release candidate
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Canon EOS 5D Mark III production samples
Canon EOS 5D Mark III production samples
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Uploaded: Apr 6, 2012 (UTC)
Focal length: 17 mm
Shutter speed: 1/40 sec
Aperture: F4
ISO: 2500
Exposure comp.: ±0.00

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Total comments: 8
Alejandro del Pielago

After my first post, I've checked this image in print size (almost 16"x 20") and is very good; and with a slight better process looks cleaner than here..., bravo Canon !!!

Comment edited 35 seconds after posting
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Arnaud Lerecouvreux

Didn't you see that this shot is raw and has just been converted to jpg? It has not been processed by the camera like a normal jpg.
That can allow to see by comparison with other shots in same light condition the work carried out by 5d MkIII processing

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Alejandro del Pielago

ISO 2500???

Some night shots taken by the 5D3 look better with higher ISOS.

Here in DP I examined a night image (5dIII) with ISO 12800 and it looks cleaner...

Comment edited 7 minutes after posting
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Dominique Dierick

Hmmmm, not very convincing in the noise dept at this iso level.

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jenbenn

First, thanks to dpreview for these practically relevant samples. The chosen iso speeds, subjects and lightening conditions very much reflect my usual shooting conditions.

As regards the IQ of the camera: The camera seems to have a great jpg engine. However, there seems to be no progress in sensor performance whatsoever. The ACR processed files look very much in line with the Mark II results. Of course without a side-by-side comparism I cant tell exactly but by and large I think my Mark II can achieve the same results.

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sir_bazz

Yikes!!

I hope the noise issue with this image is a result of a problem with ACR processing. Thats some friggen ugly noise characteristics for such a relatively low ISO.

1 upvote
Taikonaut

@forpetessake it looks like D800 at ISO 400. It a good job you shoot with a Nikon because they come with a pair of rose tinted lens.

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forpetessake

So much noise @ 2500, and colors are simply terrible.

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Total comments: 8