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Canon 5D Mark III spotted in the wild

Canon 5D Mark III spotted in the wild

It's always a great day when you're out on safari in Africa, and even a greater day when you see not only a collection of fabulous animals, but a brand new camera with which a cohort of yours seems to be taking some of the most advanced photos on the trip! What we're seeing here appears to be, as The Verge's David Pierce says, a brand new Canon EOS 5D Mark III. Though this camera has not been leaked or released officially before so we can't comment on actual specifications, we can see some advanced features quite plainly from here.

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Canon EOS 60D debuts: 18MP, Full HD video & in-camera RAW editing

Canon EOS 60D debuts: 18MP, Full HD video & in-camera RAW editing

Canon has outed its latest DSLR, the EOS 60D, an 18-megapixel camera with Full HD video recording, a twisting & rotating 3-inch display, and a DIGIC 4 processor for in-camera RAW image editing.  For the first time on an EOS model, users of the 60D will be able to tweak Picture Style, White Balance (WB), Color Space, High-ISO Noise Reduction, Peripheral Illumination Correction, linear distortion correction and chromatic aberration correction from the camera itself, rather than waiting until they have access to a computer.

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High Performance CompactFlash Benchmarks on Canon 1D Mark IV

High Performance CompactFlash Benchmarks on Canon 1D Mark IV

Being successful in digital photography isn’t just about which DSLR you spend your money on: it’s the memory card you put inside it, too. Over the past few weeks, we’ve been testing the latest high-capacity UDMA 6 capable CompactFlash cards in up to 64GB sizes from SanDisk, PhotoFast and Lexar, intended for the most demanding of professional photographers. We didn’t stop at spec-sheet theory, either; to get the most out of these high-speed cards, we put them through their paces with the Canon EOS 1D Mark IV and top-spec computers to gather the real world performance figures, including an unprecedented in-camera write speed pushing the limit to 58MB/s with the Mark IV. Read on to find out which card tops the chart, and how the newcomer PhotoFast G-Monster holds up against the market leaders.

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Canon launched $200 MIR program, 5D Mark II is on the list

Canon launched $200 MIR program, 5D Mark II is on the list

The Canon 5D Mark II launched six months ago but it didn’t get shipped until late November, and today, it’s still nowhere to be found. There’s no question that the 21mp DSLR is incredibly high in demand, and logically, you wouldn’t be able to find any discounts on this camera; but now you can.

Canon USA has launched a $200 MIR program for a list of products which includes the newest EOS 5D Mark II DSLR. It’s slightly tricky, as you have to purchase an additional Speedlite 580 EX II and a high dollar (nearly $1000) lens to be eligible for the rebate. Nevertheless, those are must have items for a much-serious photography, they worth every penny and now you can take advantage of an additional saving.
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Canon will address 5D Mark II’s “Black Dot” Issues soon

Canon will address 5D Mark II’s “Black Dot” Issues soon

Though not as serious as the Mark III’s auto-focus disaster, the black dots are persistent on the new Canon 5D squeal. Frustrated photographers took it up with USA technical adviser Chuck Westfall at The Digital Journalist and the man spoke, "Watch for an official Canon comment on this issue in the very near future"

RG, in his brief interview with Westfall, also confirmed Canon is prepping to address the 5D mark II’s black dots debacle that've been widely spread on numerous community forums. No further details were disclosed but it would be a positive announcement. Well, if they’ve learned anything from Mark III; it’s wiser to break silence on founded technical difficulties, another case of lack-of-response could be the last straw that breaks the camel's back.

[photo credit : Stephan Hoerold]

Canon 5D Mark II early bug reports : Black-Spot Artifacts

Canon 5D Mark II early bug reports : Black-Spot Artifacts

Canon took a huge beating on its latest Mark III DSLRs’ flagships with the controversial Auto-Focus snafu. Make no mistake; the newest release and much-promising 5D sequel if continue to face technicalities, will tear them into pieces, losing more prominent domination in pro as well as prosumer markets. Early reports in favor of the improved AF, white balance and high ISO sensitivity despite the increased sensor sizes; however, like most cameras at its initial rollout, 5D mark II can’t escape the early-adopter bugs.

Canon EOS 5D Mark II premature leak rumor

Canon EOS 5D Mark II premature leak rumor

Rumors are rife that Canon's German site has accidentally released information about the upcoming EOS 5D Mark II digital SLR. According to the story the mention was spotted and a screengrab saved before Canon realised and edited the page. Specs for the Mark II are given as a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor with the company's DIGIC III processor and waterproof casing.

Canon APS-H-size CMOS sensor may goes away ?

Canon APS-H-size CMOS sensor may goes away ?

Canon makes Digital SLR cameras with three different sizes of image sensor. The flagship 1DS series or mid-price 5D with full frame sensor, high speed 1D series with APS-H 1.3x FOV crop sensor and the entry-level with APS-C 1.6x FOV crop sensor. For years, there have been rumors and predictions on the future on 1.3x sensor but it still makes it way to world’s fastest DSLR, the EOS 1D mark III a year ago.

Strategy behind Sony A99 DSLR detailed

Strategy behind Sony A99 DSLR detailed

Sony is reportedly busy behind the scenes cooking up the A99, a DSLR that will rival offerings from Canon and Nikon. The specs for the camera are still up in the air, and it’s not clear when the company plans on announcing the A99, but Sony Alpha Rumors has been talking to inside sources to try and figure out the exact strategy behind the camera. Sources suggest that the camera is aimed at those looking for professional video, with Sony taking note of the popularity of the Canon EOS 5D Mark II and Mark III in that particular area.

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