« on: August 31, 2012, 03:20:20 PM »
Thanks for posting, He confirms my findings. What a camera this is. No need for a mk2, I'm keeping this!
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This is good news ... I wish they will start production asap ... Canon can count me in as their customer for the EF 28-300 ... it will be incredibly convenient during vacations.
I use Sanyo eneloop. They will last 3 years and still keep most of their charge. If you have Sanyo NiMH, they will retain a good charge for about 6 months.
If your batteries discharge in a week, something is drastically wrong. If they are left in a piece of equipment, its probably defective.
Ordinary rechargables all ended up in my junk bin over two years ago.
So....the entile screen is filled with dotssssssssssssssssssssssss
LOL...have to focus with live view b/c you can't actually see through the viewfinder because of all the AF points.
The AF at Extreme low light works better than before.
The 5D MK III as well as the 1DX have a new AE system that no longer gives accurate exposure with many focus screens. Hopefully, this one is not a issue, but many of the Canon focus screens will mount, but require manual exposure adjustment by trial and error, or use of a light meter, exposure bracketing, etc.
i have mountain lion and no card reader. i can't update it. ha!Usually I update camera body firmware through Canon software directly via USB cable. So I don't need card reader at all.Is it me or did the menu speed up also? It feels faster when selecting menu-items...You know that feeling when you have updated video card driver on your computer from version 162.31 to 162.62 and the colors became juicy, motion pictures smoother and everything started working faster. That's how self-deception works