This image was made using a Canon 5D Mark 2 shooting on sRAW mode at ISO 6400 with a Canon 300mm f4.0 lens at 1/500 second at f4.0. The image was converted from sRAW to a 3861 x 2574 JPG using Adobe Lightroom 2.3. There were no noise reduction actions taken on either of the top two pictures. The middle image is the full frame capture, while the top one has been cropped. The bottom image had noise reduction applied via Noise Ninja.
The image was made at the East Bay Outlaws vs Central Valley Rams game on April 11th at Freedom High School in Brentwood.
This wedding photo was made on the 5D Mark 2 at ISO 6400 in the sRAW mode. The image photographed at 1/125 at f2.8 on a Canon 70-200 zoom at 200mm. There was no noise reduction done to this photo which is a full frame image.
This is the same wedding ceremony image with a 30% crop and noise reduction applied via Noise Ninja.
February 2011 Update: Nikon has announced the D800,it’s update to the very successful D700. While the camera hasn’t hit the street yet, many users have noticed that the RAW files size has jumped from 12MB on the D700 to 35MB on the D800 with no option for a smaller RAW file like Canon offers.
Just to give Nikon users an idea of what you can get from a sRAW file, I’ve linked the full sized high resolution conversion of the football photo from above. Details about the sRAW file that the conversion was made from. The image was made on a Canon 5Dmk2 in the sRAW mode. The sRAW file created was 17.0MB. The exposure settings were ISO 6400, 1/500 of a second, f4.0 using a Canon 300mm f4.0 IS lens. The file dimensions are 3861 x 2574 pixels. The conversion was done in Lightroom 3.4.1 using Camera Raw 6.4.1.
Straight from camera with brightness bump only from +50 to +65. Quality 100. No sharpening. No nothing. sRAW ISO 6400 SOOC – 5.71MB
Lightroom adjustments – Brightness +65, Quality 100. Sharpening 66, Radius 0.5, Detail 25 |Â Noise Reduction – Luminance 50, Detail 50, Color 25Â -Â sRAW ISO 6400 with Noise Reduction and Sharpening – 5.07 MB
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Keith, that’s a lovely wedding ceremony photograph. The 5D2 camera has a wonderful ability to photograph in natural light. It’s a great tool for wedding photography.
Great! Thanks for the comparision!