« on: October 29, 2013, 01:22:19 AM »
If you play the waiting game, you only hurt yourself. If you like the 5DMkIII, get it now. It might be next year the Mark IV comes out, or it might be years from now, if ever.
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<p><strong>DSLR Sales Cool
Until the big megapixel body hits or an EOS 5D Mark IV, DSLR sales will not see the growth that had been previously enjoyed.</strong></p>
<p>Canon hops to move into the “wide open” market of security cameras. They hope to sell $1 billion dollars worth of security cameras annually starting in 2016. I have no rumors about what’s coming in the segment. </p>
<p>“A major focus for the next phase is increasing our business-to-business (B2B) sales, and of course security cameras – which is a huge market – is part of that,” Canon President and CEO Fujio Mitarai said in an interview.</p>
<p><strong><a href="http://uk.reuters.com/article/2013/08/23/canon-surveillance-idUKL4N0GN0YB20130823" target="_blank">Read more at Reuters</a></strong></p>
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I have both the 500 and 300 v1. Use the 500 10-20x more than the 300.same here.
Now that I just got the 200-400 (lots of $), I think both the 300 and 500 will see much less use.Eventually I will replace the 500 with a 600 for the reach, especially when shooting birds. 200-400 is great for general wildlife.
I know this is much more money than you planning on spending, but it is an alternative setup.
BTW - I would avoid 2.0 Mk 2 (soft) and the 600F4 V1 (too heavy). 500 F4 V1 is a great lens and the V2 is not much lighter.
It does not matter where the radio is located. It matters where the antenna is located.I might have learned something from watching that... is it true that wifi won't work in a Magnesium alloy frame?
Correct, same with GPS. If you put a battery powered radio in a metal box and close it up, the radio will have a lot of trouble playing the local radio stations. Depending on the metalwork, the radio waves are either reflected or absorbed by the metal.
So it becomes very challenging to build a small, complete metal/alloy body that supports sending and receiving radio waves.
Why is such fowl language trash allowed on this site ?Free speech, even foul language should be permitted; however, appropriate warnings should be given that such language is used.
There is no insight/experience or information in this video ? He reads the spec and curses ?
So it looks like i'm in the market for some Arca style QR plates. Problem is I don't know what i need, and they have no website. What would work well for a Canon 300mm 2.8, 5d, and 5dmk3? From reading another thread about straps that I can't even find right now, i found http://www.adorama.com/KIRQRC1.html. It looks like Neuro uses these, and if they are good enough for him and his heavy gear, they should work well for me.