Canon 6D Raw Sample Images With Comparison To 5D2 And 5D3 – Set 3

Here’s the final set of three raw sample images.  This time scenes that have a broad dynamic range and one that was much darker to start with was selected.

The Smithsonian Castle (Image 7) isn’t illuminated that much at night, so it required a longer shutter speed to capture it.  The food stand and carousel have some very bright areas and very dark areas.  So you’ll get to see some dark shadows and probably blown out highlights.  All shots were taking with the Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM Telephoto Zoom Lens.

This is the third set of images taken with the Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 5D Mark III, and Canon 6D.  If you haven’t read the first post, Canon 6D Raw Sample Images With Comparison To 5D2 And 5D3, I’d suggest you read it first.  It explains how these tests were setup.  For anyone interested in buying the 6D, you can check the current price of the Canon 6D here.

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Image 7
Metering determined by Canon 6D
Aperture: f/4

5D2

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5D3

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Image 8
Metering determined by Canon 5D Mark III
Aperture: f/4

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Image 9
Metering determined by Canon 5D Mark II
Aperture: f/4

5D2

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6D

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  1. Thank you so much for this, i appreciate your time and effort (and bandwith :) ). These raw files are a great help for my purchase decision.

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