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12-23-2014, 03:59 AM   #6436
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Hopefully will have time this week to shoot my new 645z. Grab a few quick snaps last night while on the way to a job, but didn't have a tripod, so I bumped up the ISO to 6400. (got home and was shocked at how fine the noise was).
You can view the full size JPEG here: http://www.mediafire.com/convkey/2785/789k9pdnx0670e9zg.jpg



12-23-2014, 08:12 AM   #6437
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QuoteOriginally posted by vivavegas Quote
Hopefully will have time this week to shoot my new 645z. Grab a few quick snaps last night while on the way to a job, but didn't have a tripod, so I bumped up the ISO to 6400. (got home and was shocked at how fine the noise was).
You can view the full size JPEG here: http://www.mediafire.com/convkey/2785/789k9pdnx0670e9zg.jpg
that noise is more than acceptable - about as bad as say neopan 400 film grain, but at 4 stops more speed
12-23-2014, 03:29 PM   #6438
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QuoteOriginally posted by Wired Quote
very nice image


the VSCO stuff is quite fun to play around with. Does it have camera profiles for 645Z? I know for my D800 I can select a camera profile instead of the presets and its a much nicer way to get the color rendering of those films but without the digital grain the presets try to add in that sometimes looks like crap.
It doesn't I'm afraid but despite that I appear to be on a rocky road to ruin as I march inexorably towards the next pack!! I really like the way that the final set of presets for VSCO allows me to deepen the blues or greens or whatever so it allows a degree of customization. Additionally, the effect of pretty much all of the films can be toned down or up.
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QuoteOriginally posted by GarethC7 Quote
It doesn't I'm afraid but despite that I appear to be on a rocky road to ruin as I march inexorably towards the next pack!! I really like the way that the final set of presets for VSCO allows me to deepen the blues or greens or whatever so it allows a degree of customization. Additionally, the effect of pretty much all of the films can be toned down or up.

This is true. It's an awesome product

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QuoteOriginally posted by eddie1960 Quote
that noise is more than acceptable - about as bad as say neopan 400 film grain, but at 4 stops more speed
The high ISO shots do remind me more of a "film grain" then noise. Kinda of has that grain characteristic that Im used to when shooting with my RZ67 using Portra 400 (rated @200). Of course id never dare shoot Portra 400 @ 6400...lol.

(Link to 28MP scan by RPL http://www.mediafire.com/convkey/1cff/uii2thg6btrych9zg.jpg )

RZ67 (portra 400 rated @200):
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My Friend Malia Dancing for the Volcano Goddess,Madam Pele. Background from shutterstock. Image of Hula dancer taken with the 645Z , and 90mm lense
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QuoteOriginally posted by vivavegas Quote
Hopefully will have time this week to shoot my new 645z. Grab a few quick snaps last night while on the way to a job, but didn't have a tripod, so I bumped up the ISO to 6400. (got home and was shocked at how fine the noise was).
You can view the full size JPEG here: http://www.mediafire.com/convkey/2785/789k9pdnx0670e9zg.jpg
Great shot! Love the composition and colors.

Susan

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QuoteOriginally posted by RobertH Quote
My Friend Malia Dancing for the Volcano Goddess,Madam Pele. Background from shutterstock. Image of Hula dancer taken with the 645Z , and 90mm lense
Nice. Looks like a painting.

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12-24-2014, 03:59 AM   #6443
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QuoteOriginally posted by vivavegas Quote
Thie high ISO shots do remind me more of a "film grain" then noise. Kinda of has that grain characteristic that Im used to when shooting with my RZ67 using Portra 400 (rated @200). Of course id never dare shoot Portra 400 @ 6400...lol.
i used Portra 400 @3200 ISO (+3 stops) for some sports competitions.
There is some color shift in the yellow or mageta spectrum, but the result ils quite good. Grainy, but noise free.
I have no fear to use it if the subject is properly exposed.

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nice portraits, gang!

here's one from tonight close to home:

East County
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Little Owl, with FA 80 - 160 @ F4.5 1/60th sec ISO 200


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QuoteOriginally posted by vivavegas Quote
Hopefully will have time this week to shoot my new 645z. Grab a few quick snaps last night while on the way to a job, but didn't have a tripod, so I bumped up the ISO to 6400. (got home and was shocked at how fine the noise was).
You're going to get that a lot... whether shooting at low or high ISO there is always some aspect to be impressed with, be it DR or noise quality. ISO12,800 is very much usable.
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El Liceu - Barcelona (Spain)
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El Liceu - Barcelona (Spain)
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Beautiful.

The linearity is wonderful. Did you do lens correction?

Susan

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nice portraits, gang!

here's one from tonight close to home:

East County
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Stunning detail and color.

I really like this lens. Does the weight of the lens bother you at all?

Susan
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QuoteOriginally posted by susanb Quote
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Stunning detail and color.

I really like this lens. Does the weight of the lens bother you at all?

Susan
thanks! I only shoot with tripod so the weight isn't an issue.
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