wlad: omg, why did Canon even bother with ISO 102400, when ISO 25600 is already absolutely unusable ? pure marketing I guess
I disagree.ISO 25600 is perfectly usable for a lot of applications escpecially for on-screen or small print usage.
ISO 102800 imags are ugly, but still better than a completely blurred image or no image at all.
Jared Abrams: Is there a reason why DPreview chose to use Non-Native ISO's for this test? Has something changed with the 5D3. Typically Native ISO's are 160, 320, 640, 1250, Etc. Unless something has changed this test is not valid without them.
ISO 100, 200, 400, 800, ... is native to Canon.
Bernard D: I wonder why they don't or can't with CF cards?
If we're lucky we can find an all-plastic CF-SD adapter that will make these SD-WIFI-Cards work in our DSLRs.
AFAIK, the Eye-Fis work with adapters.
What about using Speedlites together with umbrellas and softboxes? Is it any good?
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