« on: February 28, 2012, 12:43:10 AM »
How do all the high end medium format digital backs get such good DR? do they read at a higher true bit rate though sampling before the AD converter?
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I am cutting back on my spending so I will be looking at the 41mp mobile phones
I belive we will see it this fall. Canon will not kill it off, there is a huge price differential between $1800 and $3500. And, the 7D has sold well beyond Canon's expectations.
We need to first see a Nikon D300s replacement. Then we will see a mark II.
I hope so - I am going on the Tuesday
I used photshop CS 5, and just played with the setting until I got that clean look. Personally I usually go to the "Overcooked HDR" look for cars, but for this shot, i found the subtle HDR to be far more pleasing.
And thank you for the compliment.
I took this at a local cemetery, This is for a photo competition, the subject was Automotive & ominous. 5 exposure HDR. And what caught my eye, was the leading lines of the road, that bring you into the subject.
QuoteThe high price thats been banded is Not justifyable.. take a step back and look.. Canon release a slightly improved camera at greatly inflated prices, sell a shed load to the must have new brigade or the canon pros get em at greatly discounted prices for the product to be seen out on the street then when its sales figures start to drop the price falls..ready for the next model.. and to be honest most on here are actually helping Canon Improve there sales by justifying the price.. Listen to YOURSELVES !!
START realising and take a stance.. SAY NO (IEI) TO Canon s Pricing structure and Demand a reasonable price to new product Pricing for Loyalty..to the Canon brand.. its you who can do this..
I have managed to get £1500-£2000 together towards a decent Camera BUT I WILL NOT give that money away ..SO am now going to Look at some NIKON (spit) hardware as well
I'm not a "Canon or nothing" person, but I must say, I don't think your reasoning is very sound.
I am not that familiar with the exchange rates, but I don't believe you can get a new D800 from Nikon for the price you are seeking, nor will you likely be able to get a new 5D III for that price. As far as the next levels down, both Canon and Nikon have a full line of APS-C sensor cameras including their top-of-the-line models within that price range (I believe). And, both are competitively priced to one another (I think the 7D gives you quite a bit more camera for less cost actually). Likewise, it sounds as though both companies intend to offer their previous models (the 5D II and the D700) at significantly reduced but similar prices.
If you are upset that your budgeted amount won't buy you the latest full-frame models from either manufacturer...well...we all have budget limitations. They are both likely to be out of my price range as well. But, then again, so are BMWs and so are Rolex watches. Kind of, just the way life is, isn't it?
Like it. With the new dual card slot, I'm hoping Canon has worked out a way for me to shoot pictures and record them onto a CF card, while playing my iTunes music from the SD card through the headphones. Now all it needs is a 4G antenna, and it'll be the ultimate camera phone.