« on: February 09, 2011, 11:52:35 PM »
I still hold on to the hope that something nice is coming from Canon, keep your ears pasted to the rail. Is anyone in this forum going to attend Canon's presentation at CP+ given by Kenji Kyuma? If so, gives us the best dirt you can get.
The seminars and presentations at CP Plus are NOT forums to advertise or to announce new products. This IS NOT a Canon presentation. New product announcements are made at press conferences that are called usually in advance of the actual trade show, and then the company exibits in the trade show hall will show samples, photos, mockups, and literature about new products announced before the show.
I've been to many such seminars. Presentations are vetted by a group of reviewers to make sure no trade secrets are revealed. There is skill involved in pulling the information together into a interesting presentation that summarizes the current state of the art and challanges presented for the future. We all know what they are, but a good technical paper can at least assure you that the photography industry knows it as well, and is hopefully doing something to address the issue.
4. Full HD movie function in DSLR cameras
○Kenji Kyuma (Canon Inc.)
Presentation about the current state and future evolution of the movie function in DLSR cameras, illustrated with examples of applications in both the Japanese domestic market and the international market.
1. Characteristics of the movie function in DSLR cameras (advantages/limitations, recording format, image compression, frame rate, etc.)
2. Examples of applications (TV series, Commercials, Promotional Videos)
3. Future evolution of the movie function in DSLR cameras