Canon EOS 5D Mark IV Review

October 31, 2016 § Leave a comment

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”  A camera with a very low noise floor is able to capture a large amount of dynamic range, since it add very little noise to the detail captured in the shadow regions of the image. This has an interesting implication: it minimizes the need to amplify the sensor’s signal in order to keep it above that noise floor (which is what ISO amplification conventionally does). This provides an alternate way of working in situations that would traditionally demand higher ISO settings.”

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Canon EOS 5D Mark IV review

October 26, 2016 § Leave a comment

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“The 5D Mark IV’s Communication menu also offers an FTP option which can be configured to upload JPEG or RAW files (in a choice of two sizes) either at a push of a button, or automatically going forward. The ability to upload images automatically as you shoot is a feature that’ll be welcomed by sports, news or event shooters. So long as the camera is connected to a network, most typically via a phone’s hotspot or a venue’s Wifi, then you could use the FTP feature to backup and share as you shoot, unattended if desired.”

 

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Canon EOS 5D Mark IV Review

September 30, 2016 § Leave a comment

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”  Our latest test scene simulates both daylight and low-light shooting. Pressing the ‘lighting’ buttons at the top of the widget switches between the two. The daylight scene is manually white balanced to give neutral grays, but the camera is left in its Auto setting for the low-light tests. Raw files are manually corrected. We offer three different viewing sizes: ‘Full’, ‘Print’, and ‘Comp’, with the latter two offering ‘normalized’ comparisons by using matched viewing sizes. The ‘Comp’ option chooses the largest-available resolution common to the cameras being compared.”

 

 

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