Shooting some stuff with the Canon 7d in the harbor of Rotterdam. Big industrial area wit a lot of lights and plants.
Sigma 10-20 F3.5
Nikon 80-200 F2.8
Nikon 28-70 F2.8
Most shots where set on Manual with a max iso of 1600, some really noisy ones are shot on Av, no idea how high the ISO was. Must have been 3200 or 6400.
Also left in some shots with a lot of judder / jello effect an some stuff shot on auto with a LOT of noise to compare.
Using the novoflex Nikon / Canon adapter, it seems to be ok but with the 80-200 you can really see the wind catching the whole camera and blowing it allover. So the adapter has a lot of play with big lenses.
Its also the wrong thickness messing up the backfocus. My trusty F1.2 lens has infinity set around .8 meters with this adapter ring on the 7d.
Need a lot bigger tripod for something like this. In the beginning you can see some weird artifacts in the sky.
Associated Production Music "High Priced Victory".
For more info on my experiences with this camera check out: digital-exposure.com/dslr-cinema/5-dslr-video-good-bad-ugly.html
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