Anyone? I'm after the 400x 16GB pro SD cards particularly, fifty or so of them.
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I'd love PIP for LV magnification - i.e. only magnify the picture in the selection rectangle, while maintaing the whole composition in the original frame. Just an option to turn on/off, not a replacement of how the current LV works.
I want a work over of the normal to short telephoto lenses with is, like the 24, 28, and 30 is.
We need someone who has used the new battery for 1D X (LP-E4N) in a 1DsIII, 1DIII or 1DIV and can tell if it had a longer life compared to the LP-E4.
Lenses that I think Canon has the capability to produce in the near future:
Now for the lenses I *personally* fantasize about seeing Canon make, but doubt they can or will:
8. EF 300/1.8L USM. Canon has designed and patented it, at least on paper. It would be a beast, but without a doubt, there would be nothing remotely comparable in the 135mm format world.
actually i wasn't kidding at all. i get the sense i know a great deal more about Ti and carbon fiber than you guys do. not only that you guys must not very active people, tons of stuff is made from these products these days. you certainly can buy a Ti carbon weave racket just about anywhere. expensive? well, not in the amount we're talking about for a camera body. In the fields of racing/aero/space these items have been around for decades.... my watch is solid Ti, my motorcycle is made up many large pieces of Ti, carbon, aluminum, mag, a ceramic aluminum sintered matrix, and some good old steel as well. i know what i'm talking about. berylium? please, how about econel? you don't know nuthin' about metals or tennis.