hey people, I got my new grad 7D and still relatively little experience with DSLRs but the noise seems to me but before anything violent. I once made a few test, you could gaze times about it and tell me whether this is normal? or what am I doing wrong? ISO400 but the sequence is useful, I think!
objective: tamron 17-50mm 2.8
thanks, lg wolfi
Antwort von stefanf:
Habs me now views the video.
You should probably just show you the bird. make the case of ISO 6400 which is probably more than normal, that the noisy, synonymous when it goes down. The space seems indeed to be synonymous not the brightest.
So everything in the green Reports, I would tell otherwise.
Antwort von srone:
I have no idea with what you usually spin??
However, I think this material, given the lowlight situation until 4000 (!) iso for use, may rush of madness as well be no talking, you've probably never seen a camcorder at +18 db noise seen.
Antwort von rush:
That although no video DSLR ... However, up to ISO 1600 looks absolutely easy for me ... and even 3200 is still fully in order.
If you look at DSLR's of times a few years ago looking at is really a miracle isses as "usable" the new generation in ISO-amplification and noise reduction works.
If I do not mind me with your Aufnahmne there ...
Antwort von wolfi28041990:
ok =) not think I was crazy .. it is just that I've seen in the inet allemöglichen iso tests, in which at high iso and lowlight was rotated, which looked much better than my results - but there was probably in the post still getting creative.
I've probably made unnecessary care, thank you for calming =)
Antwort von srone:
if you then consider it absolutely necessary to denoise the material, then take a look neat time to video, I feel in this regard as the best solution, but in my opinion would be to still sparrows with cannons on. here once was a entrauschungscontest, look at the material time of origin, then you know what you have now.
Antwort von soan:
You should rotate with maxium Iso 400-800 - the lowlight capabilities 7d're still very good, provided one uses appropriate Lenses <Aperture 2.8.
Everything else has to compensate with light, provided you have the appropriate claim and the equipment.
More ISO = more noise, equated with "why in the world does he do it? If it is furzdunkel isses nunmal furzdunkel and you have to share light, but not the sensor sensitivity to sweep up somehow still able to turn something".