Can someone post 800, 1600 and 3200 ISO photos from 7D.......

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Eugene Powers Forum Pro • Posts: 10,108
Can someone post 800, 1600 and 3200 ISO photos from 7D.......

in RAW of the average room with regular lights, no flash. No close up objects please. 24-105mm lens at F5.6-8 would be good but other sharp lenses is OK too.

No handheld either because I don't want smearing. If there books in the room or something with fine structure it would be very helpful but no close ups.
Please make sure these are properly exposed. Do not expose to the right.

Either upload them to your favorite storage site or Megaupload please.
I like to process these myself.

Thank you in advance.

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Jerry-astro
Jerry-astro Forum Pro • Posts: 10,341
My you seem rather demanding...

... for someone asking for a favor. In the meantime, there are a host of sample images from the 7D if you take the time to search both this forum and other image sites. You can start with this:

http://www.imaging-resource.com/IMCOMP/COMPS01.HTM

Select 7D images from the list of available cameras and you can look at comparisons for virtually all major ISO settings. These are shot under controlled conditions and should give you what you need.

Eugene Powers wrote:

in RAW of the average room with regular lights, no flash. No close up objects please. 24-105mm lens at F5.6-8 would be good but other sharp lenses is OK too.

No handheld either because I don't want smearing. If there books in the room or something with fine structure it would be very helpful but no close ups.
Please make sure these are properly exposed. Do not expose to the right.

Either upload them to your favorite storage site or Megaupload please.
I like to process these myself.

Thank you in advance.

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Eugene

The only time a smaller sensor with the same pixel count is superior to a larger sensor (aka higher pixel density) is when you are focal-length limited.

Lee Jay

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ChristineI Regular Member • Posts: 245
Re: Can someone post 800, 1600 and 3200 ISO photos from 7D.......

I have a few taken with various lens but knowhere to upload the raw files

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Hendrik123 Senior Member • Posts: 1,555
rent a 7D and take the photos you need

not sure why you asking so much..i mean this is a discussion forum ..but you are asking a lot and it would take a lot of time to do what you are demanding..why should anyone do it??? just to let you process the photos?? all member should benefit from a question and answers..not just an individual person.

Eugene Powers wrote:

in RAW of the average room with regular lights, no flash. No close up objects please. 24-105mm lens at F5.6-8 would be good but other sharp lenses is OK too.

No handheld either because I don't want smearing. If there books in the room or something with fine structure it would be very helpful but no close ups.
Please make sure these are properly exposed. Do not expose to the right.

Either upload them to your favorite storage site or Megaupload please.
I like to process these myself.

Thank you in advance.

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Eugene

The only time a smaller sensor with the same pixel count is superior to a larger sensor (aka higher pixel density) is when you are focal-length limited.

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Yehuda Katz Forum Pro • Posts: 25,916
Too much work to fullfill your demands.

Eugene Powers wrote:

in RAW of the average room with regular lights, no flash. No close up objects please. 24-105mm lens at F5.6-8 would be good but other sharp lenses is OK too.

No handheld either because I don't want smearing. If there books in the room or something with fine structure it would be very helpful but no close ups.
Please make sure these are properly exposed. Do not expose to the right.

Either upload them to your favorite storage site or Megaupload please.
I like to process these myself.

Thank you in advance.

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Eugene

The only time a smaller sensor with the same pixel count is superior to a larger sensor (aka higher pixel density) is when you are focal-length limited.

Lee Jay

Brit Contributing Member • Posts: 986
I'll give it a try this weekend.......

I'll try to do it this weekend - I'll give you three choices for lenses:
10-22
70-200
85/1.8
Let me know which one you want...
Brit

ChristineI Regular Member • Posts: 245
Re: I'll give it a try this weekend.......

I have just uploaded one at ISO 800, unfortnately it is hand held.
http://www.mediafire.com/?mijjz0wmzxm
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OP Eugene Powers Forum Pro • Posts: 10,108
Re: My you seem rather demanding...

I said please.

I saw those but the light in those does not justify proper everyday situation.
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OP Eugene Powers Forum Pro • Posts: 10,108
Re: Can someone post 800, 1600 and 3200 ISO photos from 7D.......

Megaupload.com free. Just upload and they give you the link.

Thank you.
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The only time a smaller sensor with the same pixel count is superior to a larger sensor (aka higher pixel density) is when you are focal-length limited.

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OP Eugene Powers Forum Pro • Posts: 10,108
Re: rent a 7D and take the photos you need

I don't think it should take more than 1 minute to take 3 picture on tripod at aforementioned ISOs. Do you? Yes we all should benefit and I was going to process them and post here the real pictures. All everyone is posting is the best you can get from the camera. I want to see real everyday pictures.
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Eugene

The only time a smaller sensor with the same pixel count is superior to a larger sensor (aka higher pixel density) is when you are focal-length limited.

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OP Eugene Powers Forum Pro • Posts: 10,108
Re: I'll give it a try this weekend.......

Thanks. It does not matter to me which lens but probably 10-20mm would be the best because it would require less shutter speed thus less chance for smearing.
Please upload them to Megaupload.com if you can.
I really want to compare noise characteristics from the real everyday situation.

I do have 5D2 and looking for complimentary camera.
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Re: I'll give it a try this weekend.......
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OP Eugene Powers Forum Pro • Posts: 10,108
Re: I'll give it a try this weekend.......

Thank you.

The problem is I can't use your files because all of them are taken in good light and first 2 are underexposed. The third one is OK but it is in good light.
Thank you for the effort though.

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Phil Hill Senior Member • Posts: 2,757
Re: I'll give it a try this weekend.......

Eugene Powers wrote:

Thank you.

The problem is I can't use your files because all of them are taken in good light

What is good light?

OP Eugene Powers Forum Pro • Posts: 10,108
Re: I'll give it a try this weekend.......

Any natural light is a good light.

What I need is a normal room light and as long as photo is properly exposed I can determine for myself if I can use the camera.
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Re: Eugene... 7D at 6400ISO
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Re: Eugene...More, 7D Pro-shoot....
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ChristineI Regular Member • Posts: 245
Re: Eugene...More, 7D Pro-shoot....

I have just found some I took at Donnington park museum no flash was used. Any good to you

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Re: Eugene..an advice: Go and rent a 7D and leave the rest alone n/t
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