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This is a discussion on Santo Domingo Church within the Architecture & Man Made (cities, buildings, roads, objects & abstracts) forums, part of the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) category; Inside the Santo Domingo church in Oaxaca, Mexico I rented the Canon 7D Mark II for this trip so I ...

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    Inside the Santo Domingo church in Oaxaca, Mexico

    I rented the Canon 7D Mark II for this trip so I was able to take this handheld at 6400 ISO. Could never have done that with my 7D.
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    nice one asnow.

    not much noise for iso 6400 and yes definitely different to the 7d
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    The light is awesome and the scene is very cool. I love high ISO for solving some of these problems. If you don't mind me saying though, it feels just ever so slightly askew. Is it possible it's not perfectly vertical?
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    Thanks guys. I really liked the 7D Mark II. It was a bit of a pain learning the few quirky differences to the 7D. I especially don't like them moving the exposure compensation bar to the right hand side and being very faint. Hard to see when it is bright out. Checking the web I'm not the only one.

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