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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayaker72 View Post
    Yep...its officially a bust....
    Unable to watch the Video because of my slow internet, but looking at the pictures and text he didn't say what lens he was using? Does anybody know?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HDNitehawk View Post
    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.
    They are saying what they need to say. I am still interested in test results, but the images I have seen thus far appear a bit better. But, it is so hard to tell with compressed jpg images.

    Quote Originally Posted by Raid View Post
    Unable to watch the Video because of my slow internet, but looking at the pictures and text he didn't say what lens he was using? Does anybody know?
    He starts out with the new EFS 24 f/2.8 pancake and at the end puts on the 400 f/4 DO II.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raid View Post
    Unable to watch the Video because of my slow internet, but looking at the pictures and text he didn't say what lens he was using? Does anybody know?
    Which Video
    The one with the Red Hair girl was a 100mm macro L

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    Image Resource has a "beta" 7DII. They are comparing it to a 7D.

    I see a difference



    EDIT: I am seeing very nice differences at both low and high ISOs with their comparometer. Not as good as the 5DIII, but was anyone seriously expecting that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayaker72 View Post
    Image Resource has a "beta" 7DII. They are comparing it to a 7D.

    I see a difference



    EDIT: I am seeing very nice differences at both low and high ISOs with their comparometer. Not as good as the 5DIII, but was anyone seriously expecting that?
    Yeah. ISO 6400 actually looks semi useable. Not bad.
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    The important comparison for me would be with the 1D MkIV. I've toyed with the idea of grabbing a MkIV for BIF shots with its crop factor and AF/high ISO capabilities. The 7D MkII appears to be able to hold its own against the 1D MkIV at 6400ISO. The MkIV has a slight edge in contrast, maybe. But the price difference between a new 7D MkII and a used 1D MkIV really is making it a no-brainer.
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    Very nice. Why didn't Canon make it easier to see the improved sensor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by M_Six View Post
    The important comparison for me would be with the 1D MkIV. I've toyed with the idea of grabbing a MkIV for BIF shots with its crop factor and AF/high ISO capabilities. The 7D MkII appears to be able to hold its own against the 1D MkIV at 6400ISO. The MkIV has a slight edge in contrast, maybe. But the price difference between a new 7D MkII and a used 1D MkIV really is making it a no-brainer.
    In November you will hear about my 1D IV vs the 7D II

    i can tell you the micro contrast of the 1D IV is a noticeable difference could be the deal breaker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HDNitehawk View Post
    In November you will hear about my 1D IV vs the 7D II

    i can tell you the micro contrast of the 1D IV is a noticeable difference could be the deal breaker.
    If those high ISO images are how it's going to be, then I can already see the difference. And that's looking at a small area at 100%. I bet it's really noticeable when viewing the whole image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayaker72 View Post
    Image Resource has a "beta" 7DII. They are comparing it to a 7D.

    I see a difference



    EDIT: I am seeing very nice differences at both low and high ISOs with their comparometer. Not as good as the 5DIII, but was anyone seriously expecting that?

    I downloaded one of the CR2 files. It will not open any anything I have.

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