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Australia / Re: 5D Mark III Firmware Update 1.2.1 Battery Fault
« on: September 20, 2013, 02:07:03 PM »
I have some Canon batteries that 5d2 recognises but 5d3 does not after upgrade.


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Lenses / Re: The ULTIMATE Canon lens
« on: June 29, 2013, 02:26:16 PM »
At  -100c it must be cool!

Or 173.15K

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Actually, the best time is when you need it.

and can afford it

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Lenses / Re: The real reason to buy a "Big White" Canon lens
« on: June 21, 2013, 02:30:16 PM »
Maybe after selling them the photos you can upgrade to a tripod with a 'spirit' level for other drinks

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Lenses / Re: Canon EF 70-200 f/2.8L Non-IS Discontinued?
« on: June 18, 2013, 03:51:55 PM »
It would indeed be sad to see it disappear.  Its a fine lens, and affordable.

And so say all of us!

Got mine before ISII was launched.  Choice was between 2.8 and 4IS and eventually decided on 2.8.
Wouldn't mind swopping for ISII if Canon offer.
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EOS Bodies / Re: Is This the EOS 3D?
« on: June 18, 2013, 01:44:07 PM »
Maybe the strap is from an old eos30 film camera

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Lenses / Re: When is the New 100-400 Coming?
« on: June 07, 2013, 06:31:56 PM »
Evidently, no one but me saw today's press release.  I wonder how CRguy and everyone else missed it?

Quote from: Canon USA
Canon U.S.A. Announces The Availability Of The Versatile EF 100-400mm F/4-5.6L IS USM Telephoto Zoom Lens

MELVILLE, N.Y., May 22, 2013 – Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, today announced a dynamic new telephoto zoom lens, the EF 100-400mm f/4-5.6L IS USM. Designed for use with all Canon EOS Digital SLR cameras, the new L-series lens has high-performance Image Stabilization technology, offering exceptional shooting flexibility and range, ideal for sports or wildlife photography.

To help deliver beautiful, soft, image backgrounds, the lens features a 9-blade circular aperture. The lens also utilizes inner focusing, ring USM, a high-speed CPU and optimized AF algorithms for fast and accurate autofocusing.

Using advanced optical materials such as fluorite crystal and UD glass, the new lens provides excellent correction of chromatic aberration throughout the entire zoom range, and delivers high-quality images with high levels of resolution, color fidelity and contrast. The new lens also includes dust- and water-resistant construction designed for extended usage under harsh conditions.

The EF 100-400mm f/4-5.6L IS USM zoom lens is expected to be available on the 6th Tuesday of November or when pigs fly over snowbanks in hell, whichever comes first, for an estimated retail price of $2,799.00.

For more information about Canon's new EF 100-400mm f/4L IS USM lens, and a full list of product specifications, hold your breath until you turn blue then visit www.usa.canon.com.

About Canon U.S.A., Inc.
Canon U.S.A., Inc., is a leading provider of consumer, business-to-business, and industrial digital imaging solutions. With approximately $40 billion in global revenue, its parent company, Canon Inc. (NYSE:CAJ), ranks third overall in U.S. patents registered in 2012† and is one of Fortune Magazine's World’s Most Admired Companies in 2013. In 2012, Canon U.S.A. has received the PCMag.com Readers' Choice Award for Service and Reliability in the digital camera and printer categories for the ninth consecutive year, and for camcorders for the past two years. Canon U.S.A. is committed to the highest level of customer satisfaction and loyalty, providing 100 percent U.S.-based consumer service and support for all of the products it distributes. Canon U.S.A. is dedicated to its Kyosei philosophy of social and environmental responsibility. To keep apprised of the latest news from Canon U.S.A., sign up for the Company's RSS news feed by visiting www.usa.canon.com/rss.

Its actually the same lens but in the new paint shade of the markII superzooms but priced $1000 higher

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Lenses / Re: What is the next Canon lens you want or covet and why...
« on: June 07, 2013, 06:20:43 PM »
200-400 1.4extender   bu.t Uk price is extortionate.

Can I have a sample to evaluate Please Canon

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Pray it arrives.

Then charge the battery assuming you dont own a 5d2 or 7d.

Take photos

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Lenses / Re: Poll: Most Wanted New Lenses of 2013.
« on: May 14, 2013, 03:55:42 PM »
14-24mm with 100-400 in second place.

The 200-400 is just too dear at £12000.

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Lenses / Re: EF 200-400 f/4L IS 1.4x Announcement Tonight
« on: May 14, 2013, 03:43:52 PM »
Fantastic lens but the cost is a lot. USA £7800, UK£ 12000. Over a third more expensive. Ouch!

Couldn't agree more.

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EOS Bodies - For Stills / Re: 6D as a Compliment to 5DMkiii
« on: April 04, 2013, 03:30:08 PM »
You may find the 6D a disappointment unless budgetary considerations rule out a second 5d3.

IMHO backup should be a 5d3 or possibly a 1dx

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There can only be one flagship in a fleet and it's the 1DX

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EOS Bodies / Re: Canon EOS 7D L Announced, Shipping in May
« on: April 01, 2013, 03:08:18 PM »
Are Sandisc and Lexar releasing CF L versions to fit?

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EOS Bodies / Re: A New DSLR Line from Canon? [CR1]
« on: March 12, 2013, 04:09:35 PM »
To all those stating that Canon couldn't possibly make the "Rebel" series any smaller:

http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/omd-em5/omd-em5A.HTM

[scroll down to "Olympus E-M5 versus OM-1" heading]

That would be a "full-frame" 35mm film camera with an enormous pentaprism viewfinder and all the film transport gubbins (albeit, without the need for an LCD screen). 

Now compare:

http://camerasize.com/compare/#333,289

You're all trying to tell me that it's not possible to make a DSLR smaller than a Rebel? Pardon me if I don't believe you. 

[P.S. OM mount flange back distance = 46mm; EF mount flange back distance = 44mm]
The OM-D is micro4/3. With dedicated lenses. I don't think Canon will go micro 4/3 in a DSLR for now.

Nobody's trying to tell it's not possible to make a DSLR smaller than a Rebel, in fact this thread is about a new Canon DSLR smaller than a Rebel. On a side note, the original Rebel/300D from a decade ago was roughly as large as the current FF 6D... For sentimental reasons I still have the 300D, the "black limited edition", which was offered with the grip in bundle. It was my first digital reflex camera.

Did you take a look at the OM-1? I think you'll find that it isn't micro-4/3rds ::), yet it isn't a whole lot bigger than the OM-D EM5.  My point was, if you can make a 35mm film SLR similar in size to the OM-D EM5, you can certainly make an APS-C DSLR smaller than the Rebel.  Furthermore, it should be possible to make it without crippling the viewfinder or the handling (the OM-1 was no slouch in either regard).

I said the OM-D is micro 4/3.

I've owned an OM 2n since 1980, then I added an OM 1n and an OM 3, many many Zuiko lenses and, over time, an insane number of accessories for the Olympus system. I've been shooting with them for 30+ years. I went for the Olympus system primarily because of the size and weight. I still have all of them, all in perfect order, I occasionally use them (actually the OM 2n, my preferred one), and I think I know them quite well. Still, I think you can't squeeze all the stuff needed for digital in an OM-sized body currently. Just as an example, an LP-E6 batt alone is about as thick as the OM 1 body itself. But, again, for sure I agree that you can certainly make an APS-C DSLR smaller than today's Rebel, though not as small as the OM 1 or the OM-D.

I still have OM 1,2 and 3 bodies and winders and a few Zuiko lenses. With a few mods it could be possible to
reconfigure the winder to a battery pack and incorporate a sensor FF or APSC.

Zuiko 50 1.4 is still in use with an EOS adaptor

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