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Messages - hutjeflut

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thats one hefty price ! 
the body only will be more expencive here (if the price calculates like the lenss) then the 60D body.

canon seems to step up there prices drasticly with the latest few models.

the 5d3 was a whopping 1 grand more  this camers is a whopping 200 euro more then the 600d was on release.

im worrties about the 70D wich by this pricing should be body only for 1300/1400 euro and the new 7D should go up to 1700/1800 wich are just rediculous prices... thats 2 times my monthly income good job canon for killing my hobby.
theres no way i can afford these lenses you make but now i cant even upgrade camera.

ah well everything for profits and the directors Mercedes/villa right?

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nah doesnt have focus points in the 4 corners so i dont want it.

i dont get excited untill i can shoot at night without flash or untill we get focus points in the corners.

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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Film is still hard to beat
« on: May 29, 2012, 03:46:00 PM »
personaly i like digital more specialy at iso 100 its often clearer no noice at all and i like it that way.
i get some people like the film noise but i just dont i dont see it when i look at a object so i dont want to see it when i look at a picture of the object.

thats why digital wins for me and i only have a simple 450d now.

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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: It's Not Even April Fools [CR1]
« on: May 29, 2012, 03:43:21 PM »
id prefer it the other way arround.
i have and always will have a low budged and lets face it canons budged lenses arent as food as nikkons budged lenses specialy when it comes to focussing.

canon would do good to get rid of these crappy micromotor lenses all toherget and ask 10 euro more for usm in evert single lense.

they had usb in old lenses like the 24-80 wich was quite fast (bad quality tho) so why not in the new ones?
it obviously doesnt cost a lot to implement so stop being cheap canon and use usm in every lens even kit lenses.

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sure its used for the movies but they als did spend months editing the frames and spend  many many times the value of the camera on lighting swingarms and so on you operate it smoothly.

its like saying a seat ibiza is as fast as a ferrar (after spending 200 grand on aditional engine parts and manhours.) but if you personaly want the preformance of a ferrari you might asqwell directly buy the ferrari...

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EOS Bodies / Re: The image of the new 70D
« on: April 21, 2012, 05:06:25 PM »
cant judge if they are correct but i do hope they fix the button issue of the 60d wich juch feel ackward.
when i press a button on my 450d i feel the click and know i pressed it on the 60d its TO smooth and theres no click like feeling wich confirms the button is pressed.
im not sure why this was done but it bugs me massively.

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EOS Bodies / Re: The Big Megapixel Body in 2013?
« on: April 21, 2012, 04:46:04 PM »
with lenses topping out in resolution at about 18 MP i dont see the need for  higher megapixels other then downscaling for sharpness and maintaining a large image and downscaling for noise reduction wich is rapidly becoming unneeded.
in 5 years time we might see completely noiseless is0 6400 and i cant immagine needing a higher iso even with my cheaper lenses that are mostly F3,5 and F4.

This would be for an apsc sensor if i am not mistaken.  So this mean you can resolve up to ~36-38MP on a full frame!  Not bad!

if i remember correct thats right :)
ahh well maby canon is working on a different way of polishing glass or something like that that makes it possible to get more resolution out of new lenses.
but even then it will take about 8/10 years before all the lenses are replaced in the lineup.
i think its wiser to keep working on noise free images at iso 6400 for the time being and fix all the issues that are there in the video part of the camera.

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EOS Bodies / Re: The Big Megapixel Body in 2013?
« on: April 21, 2012, 09:28:07 AM »
with lenses topping out in resolution at about 18 MP i dont see the need for  higher megapixels other then downscaling for sharpness and maintaining a large image and downscaling for noise reduction wich is rapidly becoming unneeded.
in 5 years time we might see completely noiseless is0 6400 and i cant immagine needing a higher iso even with my cheaper lenses that are mostly F3,5 and F4.

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EOS Bodies / Re: Canon 5D Mark III Light Leak?
« on: April 07, 2012, 03:06:42 PM »
so the main question is will the display turn off when taking a photo?
if it does there really is no problem as your not supposed to mess with the screen when taking a shot anyway.
if it takes a few seconds for it to turn off its rather sloppy on canons side but most likely fixable in a firmware update (disable top screen led when taking a shot)


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Canon General / Re: Canon Files a Patent for a Bunch of Lenses.
« on: December 18, 2011, 10:12:35 AM »
still waiting and hoping for a 50mm 1.8 with much better focus then the current 1.8 :(

i love it opticly but the focus is just rubbish...

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EOS Bodies / Re: 5D Mark III Information [CR1]
« on: November 29, 2011, 10:32:30 PM »
i personaly dont really mind more megapixels however seeing the lenses at the moment cant deliver enough detail for the 18+ mp sensors its a good point to stick to 18MP sensors for a year and perfect those.
maby if they find a way to imporve lenses further there is a point in adding more megapixels for this cheapass cropfreak.

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PowerShot Cameras / Re: Announcement Dates [CR3]
« on: September 02, 2011, 09:26:01 AM »
There will be events on September 28 showing off new Canon printing solutions
will the demonstration involve a direct print button ?

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EOS Bodies / Re: A Very Detailed 1D Mark V Spec List [CR1]
« on: August 06, 2011, 12:20:18 PM »
i really think most of it is a wishlist comeone 120 fps @ full HD no way most netbooks with a more powerfull chip have problems playing 25 fps full HD so either canon developed a silly fast chip or this is a wishlist.
im in doubt it can even do 720P at 120 fps as thats still a load of data if canon did pull that off they must sell some patents on that technique as that would be amazing.
also why would they mention no IS every caon user know thats in the lens this looks like website copy where they compare to nikons.

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EOS Bodies / Re: Why Do You Need 250 60D's?
« on: July 29, 2011, 06:02:10 AM »
You do realise those were rentals. They hardly went out and spend $400,000+ on cameras for a 2 day use. If Japanese rental prices are at all comparable to US then the cost would have been about $25,000 if they had used all 60D's and all 580EX's which I'm not sure they did. I think they have 60D's with different lenses and different flashes.

wel they must have rented all the cameras in the entire country then as i highly doubt any rental store has more then 15/20 of the same camera's avaieble at one time.

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EOS Bodies / Re: Canon Mirrorless on the Horizon?
« on: July 08, 2011, 04:33:37 PM »
frankly if it doesnt give better iso preformance and superfast autofocus preformance i cant care less as i fail to see what the advanrtages would be im already willing to trade up in body as my massive hands start getting anoyed by my 450D's small grip and im considering L lenses with USM in the future as micromotor anoyes the *BEEEP* out of me

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