CANON 5D Mark III VS 7D (Noise Performance) Digic V+ Vs Digic IV




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Xanode: i call BS, theres no way that the 5D can have such little noise at iso 12800, that would literally be defying physics....

Alex Abba: 7d is noiser that 5d3, 21mpx on Apsc is too Much. But there isnt a lot of difference between the 2 cameras.

Viggo Danielsen: Oh common... I tested the 7D vs EOS 350D, and 7D ruled. I was so surprised! To be sure I also tested the price tag of 7D vs 5D mark III, and again, 7D ruled. Surprised - again. There is some kind of logic in those price tags. You don't buy a 7D at half the 5D price, and expect it to be.. twice as good? If so, you got some serious moire in your brain.

Utomo .prawiro: Anybody know any Digic 5 vs Digic 6 test ? I want to know how good is the Digic 6. Thanks

kudjo24: why the hell does this have 11 dislikes? great video!

DSI Pictures: Thanks for your message. Yea I mainly use my 5D for video, so noise performance, moire and recording time are very important to me. Specially I use it for Wedding shoot. I often have moire problem with 7D when I shoot the details of the Wedding dress. For the Wedding ceremony, I need more than 30mins straight recording. And ofcoz for the reception dancing, low light is very important. So 5D is now my most favorite camera :)

foxbearCH: part 2 (see post below): I always avoided to go any higher than ISO 640, but 1600 is the absolute Max i went, if you want a decent quality. In my own comparisons i (using the same shutter speed & aperture) the 5D iii at ISO 25600 is comparable to the 7D at 3200. Crazy crap! What i also need to point out: Moire! The 7D suffers a lot from Moire, which is even more distraction then ISO noise - not so the 5D! It is almost free of Moire, which will make a difference in EVERY Video, even at day!

foxbearCH: No question, the 7D is an awesome camera and still the best APC-Sensor Type DSLR from Canon. Still, i decided to buy a 5Diii even so its a lot more expensive than the 7D. Meaning, i now own both and all i can say - worth every penny, i am overly happy i did the change! Of course it is much more difference between APC and Full Frame than just the noice performance, but since its the Topic of this Video - these 2 cameras are worlds apart when it comes to ISO noise! ...continued in my next post..

DSI Pictures: Hi there, thanks for your mgs. You don't need to pay anything. Its under the settings. What you have to do is go to the "Menu", then select "ISO speed settings", in there you should be able to change your ISO up to 102400 for 5D and 12800 for 7D. But I would say the ISO performance of the 7D is not good enough now. Cos I was doing the test with the f/1.4 lens. If I was using f/2.8 zoom lens. I can't go more than 1600 ISO with my 7D!! But they are both really good cameras :)

Mark G: Thanks for your efforts. Does anybody know if you have to pay to have expandable ISO? I can't find that info anywhere. So the 5D Mark III is expandable to 102400. Do you do that yourself or is it a modification you pay to have installed. What I get from this and other light comparisons is that it may not be worth the extra $ to buy the Mark III vs the 7D unless you are shooting HD Video at ISO 6400 and higher when the differences in noise start to become apparent. At 12800 the diff is a lot

DSI Pictures: Thanks for your mgs, I guess you might not know 7D is expandable ISO 12800!! But you do need to do some setting with the camera first. Otherwise it doesn't pop out :)

David Stephens: @1:40....first of all the ISO on the 7D doesn't go up to 12,800.

DSI Pictures: Yes, you can definitely change the shutter speed in video mode. The slowest shutter speed you set, the brightest video you get. For me when I do the video shooting, specially for the night time, I always set the slowest shutter speed "For example 1/50 or 1/30", then I set aperture to the smallest number, like f/1.4 will be awesome at night. Then the last thing I set is ISO... Because the ISO makes a lot of noise. So I only set the ISO very high if its very necessary!! :)

DSI Pictures: My 5D can definitely set to 1/30 shutter speed in video mode... Only when you shoot with 720p, your slowest shutter speed will be 1/50!! you can see other peoples youtube video. Their slowest shutter speed for video are also 1/30!! I understand what are you trying to say, 1/50 is much better when you are filming video... But doesn't mean I can't set the shutter speed 1/30. As you have mentioned "The max shutter speed isn't 30 for video", I just don't get it???

redandbluebeater: why do you have to change the shutter speed when shooting video? The mirror doesn't flip up and down when shooting video so why have to adjust the setting? Is it just there to get the 'right' exposure for a still, then you record video with that exposure?

LydaFoundation: The max shutter speed isn't 30 for video, you're kind of retarded if you think so.. You should have it set to at least or (as close as you can get to) double your frame rate, so 24 and 25 fps would be 1/50 shutter speed. Learn your crap brew.

DSI Pictures: Yea, 5DMK2 is pretty good already!! The low light performance is great. Full Frame always the best :)

Kristoffer Pence: just got the mk.2 . GOD. its just stunning. usable shots up to 6400. it keeps detail SO well. i imaging the mk.3 is even crazier lol

Kristoffer Pence: Definately! I love my 7D and the 19 point AF, i cannot imagine going back to the focusing speed and accuracy of my rebel haha. there is superior image quality and ISO performance but is the AF the killer for me? probably lol

DSI Pictures: Thanks for your support :) Yea, 7D is pretty good actually. It depends what you use it for, if you like to shoot extremely low light video then yea you should go for the 5D! Cos the max shutter speed is 1/30 for video as you know, so you must pull up the ISO... But for photos, you can always shoot with flash and slow down your shutter speed to get brighter!! And yea you're right, the 5D MKII focus is really bad... It gives you the wrong focus mark all the time!! :)
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CANON 5D Mark III VS 7D (Noise Performance) Digic V+ vs Digic IV