maarensv

maarensv

Lives in Netherlands Gouda, Netherlands
Works as a Plant Manager
Joined on Feb 7, 2005

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  • All I wanted from the 6D II was improved sensor performance, Noise behaviour is slightly more pleasant and there is a bit more detail in the 6D II pictures. But it was mainly less shadow noise/DR ...
  • Sometimes decisions are made faster than you think. Just bougth a Sony a7 II, despite version III is on the horizon. M3 and all stuff gone now. Canon is not getting my money this time (said by a ...
  • I'm confused too. After the 80D upgrade over the previous Canono aps-c sensores I had really expected to see a similair step from 6D to 6D II. Now, after playing with several RAW files it is clear ...
  • Congrats with the new toy and thanks for uploading some first pics. Processed a few of the CR2's in PS (updated RAW plugin). Not sure about DR, but my first impression is that shadow noise has at ...
  • Buying a non-Canon camera will bring you nothing without also buying non-Canon lenses. In that case, all non-Canon options mentioned above become a lot more expensive than a 6D II body. So, "a ...
  • Replied in oh really?
    Canon speaks of "aluminum alloy and polycarbonate resin construction" for the 6D II. They also mention the use of carbon fiber for parts of the inner and outer body.
  • Thank you. As expected, the instruction manual looks almost identical to that of the 80D.
  • For sure, a set of bracketed shots, layered to a single one simply has more DR than a single capture ever will. But sometimes taking multiple shots is no option and in those cases better DR can ...
  • Replied in Eh.......
    I look at it quite different. Canon made a good step forward when replacing the 18 Mpix sensor of the 7D/70D with the 24 Mpix version the 80D has. That new sensor has better DR and nicer noise ...
  • ... Canon kept the instant zoom button the original 6D has. No need to push the + and - buttons several times to zoom in or out. I do care more for this button than 4k video. Sandor.
  • On large hiking trips I don't always want to lug around heavy gear. That was the reason for me to compare both a FF and ML aps-c setup and see if I could only take a relative small and lightweight ...
  • I might have found out myself : Marin Headlands. With a little help from my son.
  • Ive done a similar comparison with the M3 vs 6D (vs 70D and 80D). I have no hesitation picking the M3 over the 6D for serious land- or cityscape pictures since. At low iso and using decent optics ...
  • If I were to go, I'd definitely would not go without any WA lens, so 70D and only the 24mm would be a no go for me. And if that would be the choice, then I'd take the M5 + 22mm instead. The M5 and ...
  • Using a decent image converter and using it the right way do not alter the fact that the newer sensors simply have more potential, as the 80D and 5DIV prove. That blotchy noise behaviour of the ...
  • I think you just gave a good reason for a replacement : DR Look at all the color noise on the guy's jacket. The 80D does a better job, lifting shadows (at the same base iso). Would love to see a 6D ...
  • Of those things I only really agree with the rubbish rear pad. OK, more C modes would be nice too. Would like to add the possibility to label a C mode, as a reminder what type of setting a certain ...
  • Sorry, forgot to mention to add the instant zoom button that the current 6D has.
  • Just copy the 80D, put in a 24-28 Mpix FF sensor with improved  DR. Concentrate on stills. Video is nice, but only as a side thing.
  • Replied in 35mm F2 IS
    I use the 35mm f2 IS regurarly on my M3. It feels a bit too bulky on that camera and I suppose it will also feel that way on the M5 too. Main reason for me to use it is because it has IS. For that ...
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