Well, if you were to believe in rumors, it released five years ago, maybe more. Its been rumored as being imminent at least that long.
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I think most people want 60p so they have the option to slow things down.How about 600fps? It depends on what you need and are willing to pay for.
neither of you seems to have read the OP's links. the issue is NOT about cameras. It is about PEOPLE.
jez people read!!!!
[Why don't we at least try to learn how to use the camera as an effective RAW processor, simply because it is?Raw is very fast if you learn to use the tools. I use jpeg where appropriate, and have nothing aginst it, but I also know how to process 3000 raw images from a days shoot in a couple of hours or less in raw.
I agree with smirkypants. I don't know when, but I think eventually everything will be full frame. Or maybe even some new dimension.
By the way, I think the only reason to why there are so many 5D3's in stock is because most 5D2 owners has decided to keep their camera.
Nikon's pushing hard. Gotta love competition! Now if they could only deliver their products I look around quite a bit on NR and there are quite a few people upset about not receiving d800s yet.By the way, I think the only reason to why there are so many 5D3's in stock is because most 5D2 owners has decided to keep their camera.
In stock? Where? My order with B&H is back-ordered, and they are still trying to fill orders from March from what I hear...
Canon can't ship all 5D3s to B&H.
Maybe you should try finding a store that has them rather than relying on B&H.
QuoteWas that "sold by / ships from Amazon" or was it from a 3rd party vendor selling on Amazon Marketplace? I'd assume the latter.3rd party fulfilled by Amazon. Shouldn't matter. Amazon put their name on the sale, the price was the normal price - which is overpriced for a battery, Amazon charged me, and Amazon refunded the money.
Amazon lists items on their site that are for sale. Just because some asterisk written in 8-point font on page 12 paragraph C gives them a get out of jail free doesn't mean it should not matter. It tarnishes their name when something bought through their site is fake.
If you still don't get it, it might be safer for you to go to a brick and mortar store. Amazon is UNABLE to personally inspect the millions of things sold by their sellers, but they do give you your money back, and are quick to suspend sellers who are selling counterfits. However, some reasonable proof needs to be offered, not just a opinion that it might be counterfit.