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Same as I am getting pretty noisy as we all knew they would be with a 30meg sensor. But I am getting shots, I also have the R6 a lot less noise of course!
High ISO and outdoor daylight are not the best test, since the light is good and it doesn't show the noise from dark areas (which is where noise shows up). When you see indoor dimly lit scenes, it looks bad at ISO 1600 compared to the R6, because the blacks get very dirty with banding even showing up.
Regarding the noise in the shadows: how did you expose, and did you apply any noise reduction ? I’m referring to the last couple of seconds of the video.
I’m trying to determine if it’s even worth shooting in CLOG3 in darker environments
I must have missed this one when I was published, good video. Do you think the high iso performance is noticeably better than the M6 Mark II?
would you ever do a compare video on the Canon R7 vs. Canon M6 Mark II ?
Good vid, pure simple.
I didn’t see any level of noise that could be handled in post with software. People that are buying this camera because they are enthusiasts that enjoy shooting pictures of wildlife. They probably are not planning on shooting early in blue hour or late in to golden hour with this camera. If they work within the limitations they should be fine.
Thank you so much ill most likely get the R7 but sadly i have to wait to get it since i don't have money and have to wait till next year
It would have been better if you did the iso close up on a section of the image with water because the grain would have shown up clearer. It was lost in all the textures on the hill and in the trees.
Which camera did you use for your indoor talking part?
Still thinking about buying it. I would if I knew it'll give me a better keeper rate than my Canon 1DX and 7D II when it comes to AF. Thank you for sharing, liked!
Birding often involves dark conditions, early morning, late evening, and / or under dark shady foilage. Then, to avoid motion blur, 2500th/sec or higher is needed for small fast moving birds, resulting in in isos 5000 or higher. As an R5 owner, I predict the R7 fine detail will look like mush @ iso 12800 in the shadows, especially lifting the shadows in post, and even at iso6400.
I shoot birds in flight mostly, and dragonflys in flight, at typically iso4000. Smaller pixels = more noise, and dont believe ai denoisers can preserve fine feather detail.
ISO doesn't matter to me anymore because the noise reduction software like Topaz Denoise AI or DxO makes noise irrelevant it works so well. If you're not using noise reduction software you are really missing out!
t_NoLw7R1WI&t=3m38s 3:38 3200 - WOW! Pretty dang impressive for apsc!
Great video, Very helpful, Thank you. I'm definitely going to get one!
Wow super Sir..ai love it.. I am a huge fan of canon camers..I think I will buy it soon
Subscribed!! I’m not a wildlife photographer. I’m a hobbyist turning into a portrait/second shooter at weddings. But I do want to start taking wildlife photos. I currently use a 80D and the noise in lowlight and beyond 6400 really is hard to be okay with (for my standards) I was going to upgrade to a EOS R until I heard about this camera. These ISO test are amazing to see. I’m more likely to get the R7 than anything now. Still saving for it but I’m going to keep watching your videos on it so I can get a great idea of the camera before making a purchase. Thank you!!!
I get my R7 tomorrow, July 5th. As someone moving from the M6 MKII to the R7 for amateur wildlife photography. After seeing your video it definitely appears noise will be less of an issue than it used to be. I am impatiently waiting to get my hands on my R7 and get to shooting wildlife images with it.