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    I'm very curious to see the results with some High-ISO sample pictures, not for the 7dII itself which probably i will not buy, but for the future of the APS-C sensors, to have an idea of what are we reaching or what we will see in a few years

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    they seem to have a few shoot (i don't know if those shots are from a trusted source)

    http://www.cameraegg.org/canon-eos-7...images-movies/
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    Its very early and I will want to see controlled tests, but, to my eye, the low ISO noise is much cleaner and there is an improvement at ISO 3200 and ISO 6400 over the 7D. I would not say to the FF levels, but an improvement over previous cropped sensor cameras.

    That could just be improvements in-camera jpg processing or was accomplished in post (a few images did look a bit soft at 100%). Controlled tests are needed. I remain guardedly optimistic, but so far, there may be something to the new sensor.
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    Matt Granger just posted this from Photokina

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayaker72 View Post
    Matt Granger just posted this from Photokina
    It would have been nice if he hadn't missed focus on the ISO 3200.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HDNitehawk View Post
    It would have been nice if he hadn't missed focus on the ISO 3200.
    Or underexposed ISO 6400


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    OOF really doesn't matter when looking at noise, just look at the Bokeh it is OOF anyway.

    The ISO 3200 shot looks like what I would expect with ISO 3200. Nothing out of the ordinary and really minimal improvement. It looks like it isn't bad enough that LR5 wouldn't clean it up nicely. If it can get to 3200 and be cleaned that would be good.

    No ground shaking ISO noise improvement with this body, if it had it I think Canon would have been boasting about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayaker72 View Post
    Or underexposed ISO 6400

    Yea, it makes me worry about the other parts of the camera now.
    AF missed, exposure missed.....

    I hope I got mine ordered quick enough to go out on the first round of shipments from B&H

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    Quote Originally Posted by HDNitehawk View Post
    Yea, it makes me worry about the other parts of the camera now.
    AF missed, exposure missed.....
    Yep...its officially a bust....

    Another v...This one really only talks about the "process" that went into the 7DII.

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    No manual for it yet but Canon has sales literature up.
    They are claiming low noise levels.
    They say this is an all new sensor designed for the 7D II

    http://usa.canon.com/CUSA/assets/app...l_brochure.pdf
    Last edited by HDNitehawk; 09-16-2014 at 09:14 PM.

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    Optimized for low-light shooting, the EOS 7D Mark II’s sensor
    captures images at up to ISO 16000 (expandable to
    H1: 25600 and H2: 51200). This is because of an improved
    higher sensitivity photodiode construction, CMOS circuitry,
    and color filters with higher light transmittance. As a result, the
    EOS 7D Mark II records both still and moving images at higher
    ISO speeds with remarkably low noise, making excellent
    low-light photography and moviemaking possible.

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