mohdya

Lives in Singapore Singapore
Works as a Manager
Joined on Feb 21, 2006
About me:

*Nikon CoolPix 775
Canon G3, Canon G5
Canon SD500 (Ixus 700), Canon SD550 (Ixus 750)
Canon SD700IS (Ixus 800IS), Canon SD800IS (Ixus 850IS)
Canon S5IS
Canon Rebel XT 350D
*Canon Ixus 130
Canon Rebel T2i/550D
*Panasonic Lumix FT-5
Canon EOS 60D
*Canon EOS 70D

* - In Possession

Comments

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On article Just posted: Nikon D800 test samples (423 comments in total)
In reply to:

mohdya: I'm a Canon fan, but the samples posted by one of our members here of
5DMk3 @
http://216.18.212.226/PRODS/canon-5d-mkiii/FULLRES/E5D3hSLI006400.JPG
and
D800 @
http://216.18.212.226/PRODS/nikon-d800/FULLRES/D800hSLI06400NR2D.JPG
clearly shows Nikon's edge over Canon in terms of detail.
Check out the green fabric with leafy pattern. You can see the clear interweave pattern on the Nikon image but only artefacts on the 5DMk3 image.
Also check out the specimen inside the Benissimo Pepper Oil bottle (1st bottle from the left of the image). Texture details are retained in the D800's but appear smooth in the 5D's.
From the above, I can see Nikon is leading this area, being 'more' true of what's presented in the image. If you study close enough, Nikon has slightly more detail in the shadow area (even with more noise) than the Canon...suggesting slightly better dynamic range, if not the same.
If the Canon guys fails to accept that this is a fact,then too bad.

Sorry to say this.....you need to do the following:
1) Check the sample images again...upgrade your monitor if you need to, and calibrate for gamma and color.
2) View them at 100% not fit to screen
3) Put on your glasses if you are not wearing one cos' you t have forgotten due to senior moments.
4) If you have done (3), get an eye check-up to make sure you have the right glasses.
If results do not vary, repeat 1 to 4 again...or just quit doing this.
Thank you.

Link | Posted on Mar 21, 2012 at 15:52 UTC
On article Just posted: Nikon D800 test samples (423 comments in total)
In reply to:

Alejandro del Pielago: I´m a Nikon fan, but the samples posted here show me clearly Canon´s edge over Nikon: http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/canon-5d-mkiii/canon-5d-mkiiiA.HTM. And please, DON´T doubt I'm a Nikon fan, oh yes....

Huh??? Didn't you read what I just wrote?

Link | Posted on Mar 21, 2012 at 15:47 UTC
On article Just posted: Nikon D800 test samples (423 comments in total)
In reply to:

marike6: Interesting: over 350 comments, and none of the usual LiveView talk and DOF calculations? I thought for sure we'd here all about how the G1X and 5DII are the best camera's in history.

Care to elaborate and share?

Link | Posted on Mar 21, 2012 at 15:43 UTC
On article Just posted: Nikon D800 test samples (423 comments in total)
In reply to:

mohdya: I'm a Canon fan, but the samples posted by one of our members here of
5DMk3 @
http://216.18.212.226/PRODS/canon-5d-mkiii/FULLRES/E5D3hSLI006400.JPG
and
D800 @
http://216.18.212.226/PRODS/nikon-d800/FULLRES/D800hSLI06400NR2D.JPG
clearly shows Nikon's edge over Canon in terms of detail.
Check out the green fabric with leafy pattern. You can see the clear interweave pattern on the Nikon image but only artefacts on the 5DMk3 image.
Also check out the specimen inside the Benissimo Pepper Oil bottle (1st bottle from the left of the image). Texture details are retained in the D800's but appear smooth in the 5D's.
From the above, I can see Nikon is leading this area, being 'more' true of what's presented in the image. If you study close enough, Nikon has slightly more detail in the shadow area (even with more noise) than the Canon...suggesting slightly better dynamic range, if not the same.
If the Canon guys fails to accept that this is a fact,then too bad.

To add, the 5DMk3 is a real disappointment to me, partly because of the way it's priced. It really should be the same, at least to the predecessor model when it was first launched.

Link | Posted on Mar 21, 2012 at 15:41 UTC
On article Just posted: Nikon D800 test samples (423 comments in total)

I'm a Canon fan, but the samples posted by one of our members here of
5DMk3 @
http://216.18.212.226/PRODS/canon-5d-mkiii/FULLRES/E5D3hSLI006400.JPG
and
D800 @
http://216.18.212.226/PRODS/nikon-d800/FULLRES/D800hSLI06400NR2D.JPG
clearly shows Nikon's edge over Canon in terms of detail.
Check out the green fabric with leafy pattern. You can see the clear interweave pattern on the Nikon image but only artefacts on the 5DMk3 image.
Also check out the specimen inside the Benissimo Pepper Oil bottle (1st bottle from the left of the image). Texture details are retained in the D800's but appear smooth in the 5D's.
From the above, I can see Nikon is leading this area, being 'more' true of what's presented in the image. If you study close enough, Nikon has slightly more detail in the shadow area (even with more noise) than the Canon...suggesting slightly better dynamic range, if not the same.
If the Canon guys fails to accept that this is a fact,then too bad.

Link | Posted on Mar 21, 2012 at 15:24 UTC as 40th comment | 7 replies
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