« on: January 29, 2015, 03:18:13 PM »
Thanks for posting the link, quite an entertaining watch. I usually find presenters on youtube stuff like this mostly very irritating, I like his 'light' but informative style.
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Maybe I'm in the minority here but I think Canon should call the new high MP full frame the 'EOS 3'. Forget about 5DS....just go with EOS 3. The film version hasn't been made since 2007 and the 'D' moniker is pointless as everyone already knows it's a digital camera.
and what about a FILM camera..? I'd use it professionally along with my other cameras
Just call it a Canon EOS 3D, anyone who is in the market for one will know it's a model number not a stereoscopic camera. The potential for confusion, among those who actually matter, is very low.
This is it
Quite amazing from an APS-c sensor, I have to admit. With the focus verification you can put the sharp point exactly where you want it which is fascinating. You are focusing with the actual sensor without any mirrors or calculations. Very cool if you want to isolate a non-moving subject. You get the eyelashes if that's what you are after.
In fact, this is what I would have wanted when the need of multifocal eyeglasses started to interfere with taking pictures and I could not really tell what was in focus through the viewfinder. They came up with the autofocus which obviously was the right move when you look at its current status. But this is not bad, not bad at all.
Hi There, has anyone encountered this problem on a 5Diii and knows of a 'fix', please? When I use AV or TV I cannot apply any exposure compensation using the rear quick control wheel. I can apply Excomp via the Quick control panel but I don't want to be constantly looking at the back of the camera.
This standard feature of applying Excomp works fine on my other 5Ds but not this
It's worthy of Surapon!
Thanks for all your replies.
The lens I have are:
And the photos I usually took are landscape and people, so I think the features of 6D can meet my requirement.
I don't think I'll buy 5D3 because it's quite old.