Left: shot with 300 2.8 lens; San Antonio Silver Stars guard Jia Perkins (7) reacts after a shot against the Los Angeles Sparks during the first half at the AT&T Center. Mandatory Credit: Soobum Im-US PRESSWIRE
Right: shot with 70-200 2.8 IS II; Los Angeles Sparks forward Candace Parker is fouled by San Antonio Silver Stars center Jayne Appel (32) during the first half.
Here’s couple shots taken with Canon 1D Mark III at ISO 2500.
Left: San Antonio Silver Stars forward Shameka Christon (20) is fouled by Los Angeles Sparks guard Marissa Coleman (25) during the first half at the AT&T Center.
Right:San Antonio Silver Stars forward Shameka Christon (20) gets fouled while shooting against Los Angeles Sparks forward Nneka Ogwumike (30) during the first half at the AT&T Center.
Here’s my Canon 1D mark IV review:
- AF: auto focus was fast and most importantly accurate especially for the near court shots. It tracks down initial AF very quickly. For far court us, it’s about the same.
- IG: image quality is like night and day. so much better! No need to explain here.
- ISO: ISO 3200 was better than ISO 1600 on Mark III i my opinion
I still gonna use 1D mark II bit longer – maybe till start of NBA season. Mark III is still avery good camera.