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01-19-2013, 02:28 AM   #3841
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Ryan - love the shots! Intrigued by the great noise performance in the ISO800 and ISO1600 shots; did you do any particular processing to manage noise?

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Fabian - nice! Is one of those shots looking down over Kangaroo Valley?
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Ed - Check out DXOmark.com and compare the S/N graphs of the 645D against ANY of the current DSLRs including the D600, D800 and 6D, and you'll find the 645D equals or matches any of them up to ISO1600, the limit of it's range. Unlike some of the other digital medium format cameras that have a reputation for having some noise issues...not so with the 645D. I've found that while the 645D only allows an ISO setting up to 1600, it can easily be pushed more in Light Room. Noise has never been an issue with the 645D. I continue to be somewhat amazed that the 645D excellent noise performance is generally overlooked...now if it just wrote the files to the card a bit faster.

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QuoteOriginally posted by CDW Quote
Ed - Check out DXOmark.com and compare the S/N graphs of the 645D against ANY of the current DSLRs including the D600, D800 and 6D, and you'll find the 645D equals or matches any of them up to ISO1600, the limit of it's range. Unlike some of the other digital medium format cameras that have a reputation for having some noise issues...not so with the 645D. I've found that while the 645D only allows an ISO setting up to 1600, it can easily be pushed more in Light Room. Noise has never been an issue with the 645D. I continue to be somewhat amazed that the 645D excellent noise performance is generally overlooked...now if it just wrote the files to the card a bit faster.
I agree. I have shot at 1600 and been able to push further in LR with little or no sacrifices in IQ.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Ed Hurst Quote
Fabian - nice! Is one of those shots looking down over Kangaroo Valley?
Sure is, the one with fog and the one during the day. Very nice place
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Ow, what a beautiful photos! Great shots everybody!
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Ryan, your third bison shot is amazing!!!
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01-21-2013, 12:15 PM   #3849
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Back in the Lake District:

Pentax 645D 25 f/4 at f/16 25 secs ISO 100


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A few more today with the 645D and 25 f/4

f/11 1/40 ISO 250 converted in Silver efex




f/22 1/6 ISP 100




f/8 1/30 ISO 250




f/16 30 secs ISO 100


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Some from my previous trip:

Pentax 645D 25 f/4 f/11 1/100 ISO 200




black and white version of the earlier posted shot of Silverholme boat:

f/13 1/10 ISO 100




f/16 0.3 sec ISO 100


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There's some talented people here, that's for sure. I love this thread!
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here is from the first roll of film i shot with the 645... was wondering... direct from developing... no editing...

velvia 100 film are the colors really like this or it is the way it was scanned?

also, can you suggest a scanner that is less than $200 (or should i make a new thread to ask about it)
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QuoteOriginally posted by ponggo Quote
here is from the first roll of film i shot with the 645... was wondering... direct from developing... no editing...

velvia 100 film are the colors really like this or it is the way it was scanned?

also, can you suggest a scanner that is less than $200 (or should i make a new thread to ask about it)
Ponggo, IMHO the triangular objects on the top of the image seem to indicate that something wasn't quite right during film processing... I can hardly imagine the situation that they are artifacts of the way you made the photograph.
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