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Canon 5D Mark IV vs. Canon 5D Mark III - High ISO Test

We have already published the specification comparison review of both the camera and not only that you can also see some of the recommended lenses for Canon 5D Mark IV camera selected by our expert editors.

Back to the topic, we have done a High ISO test between the Canon 5D Mark IV and Canon 5D Mark III camera, take a look at the details images below.

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We can see even at ISO 6400 the Canon 5D Mark IV camera is showing more details compared to the Canon 5D Mark III camera.

Continue reading Canon 5D Mark IV vs. Canon 5D Mark III – High ISO Test

Canon 5D Mark IV vs Sony A7R II vs Panasonic GH4

Canon 5D Mark IV vs Sony A7R II vs Panasonic GH4 High ISO Video test done between all these three ultra-popular camera. Before we begin just take a look what Tony said about the test

If video usability is important to you, we recommend the GH4. If video quality is more important, get the a7R II or even better, the A7S II. Order the 5D Mark IV at (though clearly not for its video capabilities)

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I always look test videos carefully before I publish them to my blog. So, while looking at the 5DMK4 latest test video I always noticed the Canon 5D Mark IV sample is more sharp (at 100%) compared to Sony A7R II and Panasonic GH4. Why?
It may be due to several reason, type of lens used or may AF was not set on tony face, whatever. But again, if I look at the test video 5DMkIV sample look more sharp and usable.

Do share your thoughts with us

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Canon EOS M5 Early Specification, Coming this Month

Canon M5 image

Canon is rumored to announce new EOS  M5 mirrorless camera just before the photokina event according to the latest information coming over the surface.

Now let’s talk about the specification of the upcoming camera

  • Sensor 24MP The camera is rumored to feature a 24 megapixel CMOS sensor, at the moment we don’t know which type of sensor is actually coming, will have a dual-pixel or Hybrid CMOS AF Technology inside. Since both camera features almost same 24 MP resolution, either the Canon EOS M5 is coming with Canon 750D/760D sensor or it’s coming with Canon 80D Sensor.The technology used inside both the camera sensors are entirely different. Canon 760D uses Hybrid AF III sensor whereas the Canon 80D uses Dual-pixel CMOS AF system.
  • Built-in Viewfinder The next feature we expect to see in the upcoming EOS M5 camera is built-in electronic viewfinder, previous generation of all camera doesn’t have EVF.
  • New Auto Focusing system, The AF system is the most important part of a Mirrorless camera since  they don’t have any external Phase AF module as of DSLRs. We hope this time canon should implement a Dual-pixel CMOS AF system.
  • Design of the camera is expected to be more retro, similar to Olympus E-M series cameras.
  • Kit coming along with the new camera – lens that expected to be announced with EF-M 18-150mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM coming alongside the new body
  • September 15, 2016 announcement.

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Fuji X-T2 vs Fuji X-T1 High ISO TEST

Take a look between the HIGH ISO test between Fuji XT2 and Fuji XT1, the Fuji XT2 features newly developed 24 megapixel X-Trance CMOS sensor whereas is the Fuji film XT1 features 16 mega pixel X Trance CMOS sensor.

Both the camera announced few years apart and the X-T2 arrived with a completely new generation of sensor and image processor,  So does the new technology really help X-T2 to perform better than then its predecessor. Let’s find out

Fuji X-T2 vs X-T1 High ISO Test ISO 3200

If you look and HIGH ISO Test between @ISO3200 you will notice Fuji xt2 does images are bigger compared to the X-T1, the reason is X-T2 features 24.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS III Sensor whereas the X-T1 features 16.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS II Sensor.

The higher resolution images of the X-T2 camera giving us more details compared to the X-T1 camera and having less noise.

Continue reading Fuji X-T2 vs Fuji X-T1 High ISO TEST

Nikon D500 High ISO TEST

Nikon D500 High ISO TestWe have already published Nikon D500 first High ISO Test here, Now today the High ISO test published at dpreview website. The camera is delivering excellent results during the test. We have compared Nikon D500 vs. Nikon D750 vs. Nikon D810 vs Nikon D7200 on a single line of frame and surprisingly the Nikon D500 camera is giving excellent image quality compared to the three in-home competitors (two of them are full-frame camera).

Nikon D750 vs D7200 vs D810 vs D500

Despite of having a APS-C sensor the Nikon D500 giving strong competition to Nikon D750 fullframe camera and showing better result than Nikon D810  and Nikon D7200 camera.

After looking at the High ISO test of all the four camera take look at the specification comparison of all the four camera. The Nikon D500 features advance Expeed 5 image processor, more ISO range compared to all the three competitors and advance AF system support with 153 AF points that covers the entire frame of the camera helps you to shoot and track your subjects in not time. The continuous shooting spored of the camera is also very impressive (10 fps @ 20.9 MP) and finally the D500 is able to record 4K videos @ 30fps upto 30 mins and all the three of them  remains limited to Full HD mode only.

Nikon D500 vs. Nikon D750 vs. Nikon D810 vs Nikon D7200

Features Nikon D500 Nikon D750 Nikon D810 Nikon D7200
 Sensor 20.9MP DX-Format CMOS Sensor  24.3MP FX-Format CMOS Sensor  36.3MP FX-Format CMOS Sensor  24.2MP DX-Format CMOS Sensor
 Image Processor EXPEED 5 Image Processor  EXPEED 4 Image Processor  EXPEED 4 Image Processor  EXPEED 4 Image Processor
 ISO Native ISO 51200, Extend to ISO 1640000  Native ISO 12800, Extended to ISO 51200  Native ISO 12800, Extended to ISO 51200  Native ISO 25600, B&W to ISO 102400
 AF System Multi-CAM 20K 153-Point AF System  Multi-CAM 3500FX II 51-Point AF Sensor  Multi-CAM 3500 FX 51-Point AF Sensor  Multi-CAM 3500 II DX 51-Point AF Sensor
 Continuous shooting speed 10 fps Shooting for Up to 200 Frames  Continuous Shooting Up to 6.5 fps  5 fps Shooting at Full Resolution  6 fps Shooting for Up to 100 Frames
 Video 4K UHD Video Recording at 30 fps  Full HD 1080p Video Recording at 60 fps  Full HD 1080p Video at 60/30/24 fps  Full HD 1080p Video Recording at 60 fps
 Display 3.2″ 2,539k-Dot Tilting Touchscreen LCD  3.2″ 1,229k-Dot RGBW Tilting LCD Monitor  3.2″ 1,229k-Dot LCD Monitor  3.2″ 1,229k-Dot LCD Monitor
 Wireless Built-In Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC  Built-In Wi-Fi Connectivity  NA  Built-In Wi-Fi Connectivity with NFC

From the specification comparison it is very clear that Nikon D500 showing excellent core specification despite of having a smaller APS-C sensor compared to Nikon D750 and Nikon D810.

If you are planning to buy your next Nikon camera We highly recommend you to go with Nikon D500 camera, it’s the best camera in Nikon line-up after Nikon D5.

Buy Nikon D500 from B&H shop and Amazon.com.

Also see – Best Lenses for Nikon D500 | More News Related to Nikon D500

High ISO Test image  credit: dpreview

Canon 80D vs Canon 6D

Canon 80D vs Canon 6D imageWhich camera should you buy ? Canon 80D or Canon 6D ?, Well we have done a detailed specification comparison review with High ISO test, to fine out the best camera for you.

Features/ Models Canon 80D Canon 6D
Megapixel 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor 20.2 megapixels
Sensor size APS-C – 22.5 x 15 mm Full frame (36 x 24 mm)
Low pass filter No No
Image processor DIGIC6 Digic 5+
Image Stabilization No No
AF system 45 points (all points cross type) 11 Point AF
ISO 100-16000 Standard and 100-25600 Expandable 100 – 25600 in 1/3 stops, plus 50, 51200, 102400 as option
Shutter Min/ mix 30   -1/8000 30 sec- 1/4000 sec
Continuous shooting speed 7fps 4.5
Video Full HD 60fps Full HD 30fps
Display 3 inches 1.04 million dot Vari-angle LCD 3.2″ 2,539k-Dot  LCD Display
Viewfinder Optical Optical
Hot shoe Yes Yes
Wireless Wi-Fi, NFC. Remote shooting Built-In Wi-Fi
Environmentally sealed Yes No
Dimensions 139.0 x 105.2 x 78.5mm 145 x 111 x 71 mm
Weight 730g  770 g

Sensor size difference:

Sensor size comparisonAs you can see the sensor size of Canon fullframe camera vs Canon APS-C camera, large sensor will gather more light compared to the APS-C sensor resulting more details and better nosie performance.

Advance AF system inside the Canon 80D camera: Canon 80D  features advance AF system compared to Canon 6D camera.

The Canon 80D uses Dual AF system – 1. Phase AF module inside the camera and 2. Dual pixel CMOS AF sensor. The Canon 80D uses Dual pixel CMOS AF Sensor and Phase AF Module with 45 Point AF (all cross type), on the other side we have Canon 6D and it features 11 Point AF system only.

The other major difference is the use of Hybrid CMOS AF sensor inside the Canon 80D camera and with the help of the Hybrid Sensor the camera can do Blazing fast AF while shooting in live-view mode or Video mode. However, since the camera uses traditional contrast detect sensor the camera uses contrast AF system while shooting in live-view or video mode.

Fast Continuous shooting speed featured by Canon 80D camera, while having more resolution and the Canon 80D features fast continuous shooting speed compared to Canon 6D camera.

Canon 80D vs Canon 6D back image

Canon 80D offers vari-angle LCD screen, Canon 6D features fixed LCD display.

Better Video mode in Canon 80D camera: Canon 80D camera features Full HD  video recording @ 60 frames per second on the other hand the Canon 6D is Full HD video mode is limited to 30frames per second.

The other biggest difference in the video mode of both the camera is AF speed, with the help of Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology the Canon 80D camera is able to do balzing fast AF during video mode and on the other side we have Canon 6D camera with traditional CMOS Sensor that uses slow and sluggish contrast detect AF system while recording a Video.

For sports shooter and videographers we recommend Canon 80D camera.

TIP: Best Lenses for Canon 80D DSLR

The High ISO test between the Canon 80D and Canon 6D camera clearly shows the difference between the image quality of both the camera.

High ISO Test

Canon 80D vs Canon 6D High ISO Test [ Click here to Jump on Verdict]

Canon 80D @ ISO 1600Canon 80D ISO 1600 Canon 6D @ ISO 1600Canon 6D ISO 1600
 Canon 80D ISO @ ISO 6400Canon 80D ISO 6400  Canon 6D @ ISO 6400Canon 6D 6400
 Canon 80D @25600Canon 80D ISO 25600  Canon 6D @ ISO 25600 Canon 6D ISO 25600

Image quality analysis: Starting from the ISO 25600 the difference is clearly visible, the Canon 80D image is un-usable. At ISO 6400 Canon 6D showing flawless image with super details and clarity on the other side the Canon 80D look bit fuzzy. You can look at the images of both camera at ISO 1600, Canon 6D still clearly wins. Undoubtedly Canon 6D delivers better image quality compared to Canon 80D.’

Verdict:

For still shooter who looking for image quality only we highly recommend you to get Canon 6D camera.

Spend $500 more and get a Canon 6D, It’s a is a better camera compared to Canon 80D. The bigger fullframe sensor inside the Canon 6D gives out more details compared to Canon 80D smaller sensor as you can see in the High ISO test images of both the camera. The photodiodes inside the Canon 6D camera is also bigger, since despite of having smaller sensor area the Canon 80D features 19% more pixels and due to the more pixel density the light gathering capability of every single pixel drops dramatically.

Buy Canon 6D camera from Amazon | B&H | Buy Canon 80D camera  Amazon || from B&H

Image credit – Imagineresource

Canon 1DX Mark II vs Nikon D5 - High ISO Test

High ISO Test image

French website published high ISO test result of Nikon D5 and Canon 1DX Mark II DSLR. Before we begin let’s talk about the specification of both the camera.

The Canon 1DX Mark II camera features 20.2 MP fullframe Dual pixel CMOS AF sensor powered by a Dual DIGIC 6+ image processors, the camera features expandable sensitivity range from 50 to 409600. With the help of ultra fast image processor the Canon 1DX Mark II can capture 4K video @ 60fps and Full HD video at 120 fps. The fast continuous shooting speed of the camera touches 16fps in live view and 14 fps with Full time AF and AE.

Nikon D5 Features a 20.8 MP fullframe sensor and Expeed 5 image processor, the  Nikon D5 ISO range is unbelievable and touches 3.2 Million Mark, other features include 4k recording at 30 fps, 12 fps of continuous shooting with AF and AE.

If we look at the core specification of both the camera than due to Nikon intense High ISO range (3280000 vs 409600) the Canon 1DX Mark II look inferior compared to Nikon D5.

But the big question is Nikon D5 high ISO numbers really work or it’s a pure marketing thing ? Let’s take a look at the High ISI test of both the camera.
Canon 1DX Mark II vs Nikon D5 image

According to the Reviewers of focus-numerique (translated by google)

Impossible not to compare its performance with the NIkon D5 (recently tested). No big surprises, it is true that both devices are equal even if their noise reduction strategy is slightly different sensibilities to critical passage. Note that Nikon favors smoothing and thus necessarily the slight loss of detail while Canon takes a little more noise but preserved textures. All this is of course valid for the common sensibilities of both devices. Remember that the Nikon mounts over 3 million it manages ISO and porridge with very high ISO better than the Canon (from 200 000 to 400 000).

Nikon D5 does showing only slight improvement over Canon 1DX Mark II. But, the camera isn’t showing any big difference in the High ISO test, that clearly shows that Nikon D5 ISO range written in  the specification-sheet is a marketing thing.

Also take a look at – Canon 1DX Mark II vs Nikon D5 Specification comparison and Nikon D5 Sensor Shows Low Dynamic Range

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Buy Nikon D5 from Amazon ||  B&H

Source: focus-numerique