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Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Compare Nikon D3S vs Canon EOS-1D Mark IV

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Compare Nikon D3S vs Canon 1D Mark IV
Nikon vs Canon, when they launched the most advanced and latest digital SLR cameras. As usual, when one of the launching of new products, then another one soon followed. This time it launched the first Nikon D3 successor version with a video feature called D3S and was followed the next day with new products from Canon EOS 1D mark called IV. Both are big DSLR with an integrated vertical grip, sturdy material wrapped in a magnesium alloy body, and both are equipped with HD movie feature.

this time based on the results of tests conducted by the Rev. Digital TV. In the case of high speed between the Nikon D3s with Canon Eos 1D Mark IV almost has the same quality. Then the feature is also a bit similar, whereas it is clear in terms of different colors ... D3s characters tend to be stronger in color while the Eos 1D Mark IV has a soft color results.



Both cameras are aimed for professional photographers, sports and journalism. As a professional camera, both of which offer very high sensor sensitivity up to ISO 102400.

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Nikon D3S vs. Canon EOS-1D Mark IV Image Quality
The Nikon has a 12-megapixel sensor and the Canon has a 16-megapixel sensor. Looks like the Canon is better, right? Not so fast. The Nikon’s larger, full frame sensor and lower resolution means it has bigger pixels – much bigger (8.45 microns compared to the Canon’s 5.7 micron pixels). Bigger pixels mean less noise and one of the main specs both camera makers are pushing is high ISO sensitivity. Nikon has published sample images at ISO 6400 and they look wonderful. Canon has yet to publish any 1D Mark IV sample images but with about 30% less surface area on each 1D pixel, they’ll be hard pressed to match the low noise of the D3S.













The new CMOS sensor on the Canon EOS 1D Mark IV is still using the standard APS-H. Standard sensors are only used on professional SLR digital cameras are Canon's own 1.3x crop factor. Therefore, the EOS 1D Mark IV is not included as a full frame camera.

Significant changes are also done on the autofocus system. Autofocus system on the EOS 1D Mark IV evolved into a 45-point AF sensor with 39-point AF sensor in which a cross type sensor. EOS 1D Mark III only uses 19-point cross-type AF sensor type. Cross-type sensors are not centered in the middle of the camera alone, but spread evenly across almost the entire surface of the camera sensor. Thus, the focus distance can be determined more accurately.

In terms of high sensitivity at high ISO, the EOS 1D Mark IV capabilities competing with Nikon D3s. Both have the highest sensitivity up to ISO 102,400. However, the images taken at ISO 102,400 is quite impressive. If both are compared, the characters that appear in the image noise at high ISO fairly close together. ISO 3200 for quality of images produced for the EOS 1D Mark IV and Nikon D3s, as well. When using the ISO 6400, Nikon a little lead. However, the performance is quite inappropriate given the positive appreciation.

In terms of color accuracy, the results from the EOS 1D Mark IV is taken with auto white balance mode under daylight type of light source of a slight deviation of 6.8 DeltaE. Accuracy is slightly below the Nikon D3s. In kualita images, Nikon D3s superior to the Canon 1D Mark IV, but the EOS 1D Mark IV has an effective resolution of 16.1 Megapixels. With higher resolution it is able to cover up a little short on the EOS 1D Mark IV held in picture quality. EOS 1D Mark IV can perform continuous shooting speed of 9.7 fps.

Compare Nikon D3S and Canon EOS-1D Mark IV Camera Specs

 Nikon D3S  Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
 Sensor type  Full frame CMOS  APS-H CMOS (1.3x crop factor)
 Resolution  12.1 megapixels (4256 x 2832)  16.1 megapixels (4896 x 3264)
 Pixel size  8.45 microns  5.7 microns
 Sensitivity  ISO 200 to 12,800 – expandable to ISO 102,400  ISO 100 to 12,800 – expandable to ISO 50 and 102,400
 Burst rate  9 FPS (max resolution, RAW)  10 FPS (max resolution, RAW)
 Auto focus system  51 points with 15 cross-type sensors  45 points with 39 cross-type sensors
 Flash sync  1/250th second  1/300th second
 Exposure bracketing  9 frames in 1/3, 1/2, 2/3 or 1 stop steps  7 frames in 1/3 or 1/2, stop steps
 Battery capacity  Approximately 4200 photos  Approximately 1500 photos

Compare Nikon D3S and Canon EOS-1D Mark IV Video Specs

 Nikon D3S  Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
 Video resolution  720p (1280 x 720)  1080p (1920 x 1080)
 Video frame rate  24 FPS  30, 24, 25 FPS at 1080p / 60 FPS at 720p
 Video focus control  Single-shot contrast-detect auto focus with live touch-up AF  Single-shot contrast-detect auto focus (pre-focus) or manual focus
 Video exposure control  Auto and aperture priority  Auto and full manual
 Stereo sound  With optional external stereo mic  With optional external stereo mic
 Video file format  .AVI  .MOV

Some interesting things from Nikon D3S:

  • FX format (full frame) but relatively low resolution of 12 MP alone (full frame DSLR other brands have reached level 24 MP) so noise can be reduced as low as possible and the highest ISO ISO 102.4000 is still appropriate.
  • suitable for the pro who needs to capture high speed, thanks to a 51-point AF and 9 fps burst mode.
  • capable of recording 24 fps HD movie, FX-sensitive sensor capable of recording video while the ambient light is very dim.

The main things that was introduced on the Canon EOS 1D Mark IV:
  • APS-H format (1.3x crop factor) resolution of 16 MP
  • 45 point AF with 39 cross-type manifold including
  • dual Digic IV processor with 14 bit AD conversion
  • 1080i HD movie recording with 24 or 30 fps
  • very fast with a 10 fps burst mode

a comparison of the above can be concluded that they all - each brand has its advantages and disadvantages of - respectively. Nikon 3DS has the advantage in picture quality even though the ISO Noisenya little high, but lacking in quality HD VIDEOS, while the Canon EOS 1D Mark IV has a deficiency in the quality of the picture because it has plenty of noise in high ISO, while have a great quality in HD Video.

1 comment :

  1. Thanks for review, it was excellent and very informative.
    thank you :)

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