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1Ds Mark IV & More [CR1]
« on: August 02, 2010, 11:07:33 AM »

1Ds Mark IV

Stephen Alvarez (NG Photographer) posted a tidbit of information on his blog.  4-5 people sent this link in, so I’ll pass it onto the rest.


“A friend told me that there are some Canon 1ds MK IV test models floating around.”


http://www.picturestoryblog.com/2010/08/canon-1ds-mk-iv.html


Nothing extraordinary.


S90

I was just told the S90 has officially reached EOL (End of Life).


August 30/31

I received info that this is a timeframe that a new DSLR would be announced. I wasn’t told which model. Just that it would be as revolutionary as the 5D Mark II was. I was promised better information from this person in the next couple of weeks.


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Re: 1D Mark IV & More [CR1]
« Reply #1 on: August 02, 2010, 11:11:19 AM »
I feel like the S90 is still so relatively "new".
EOL already?

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« Reply #2 on: August 02, 2010, 11:32:20 AM »
Hi,
   
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Just that it would be as revolutionary as the 5D Mark II was
   Just wonder what is "revolutionary" to Canon?? It's seem like it can be anything...  ;) 3D video?? Live histogram in view finder?? Lightning fast contrast AF?? Return of eye-controlled focusing??

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« Reply #3 on: August 02, 2010, 11:36:46 AM »
Was the 5DM2 revolutionary?
 ;)

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Re: 1D Mark IV & More [CR1]
« Reply #4 on: August 02, 2010, 11:43:08 AM »
Was the 5DM2 revolutionary?
 ;)

I suspect there's a typo. The original 5D was 'revolutionary' in the sense it was the first 'affordable' FF DSLR.

The next 'revolutionary' camera is probably a Canon EVIL camera. Unless Canon has somehow resolved the slow contrast based AF issue, I cannot see how attractive it can be. Hopefully, it's not another Panasonic G2 or Sony NEX wannabe.
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Re: 1D Mark IV & More [CR1]
« Reply #5 on: August 02, 2010, 12:25:37 PM »
Was the 5DM2 revolutionary?
 ;)

I suspect there's a typo. The original 5D was 'revolutionary' in the sense it was the first 'affordable' FF DSLR.

The next 'revolutionary' camera is probably a Canon EVIL camera. Unless Canon has somehow resolved the slow contrast based AF issue, I cannot how attractive it can be. Hopefully, it's not another Panasonic G2 or Sony NEX wannabe.
Well, I think 'revolutionary' for a camera relates to specs and features rather than its price. The 5dII was indeed revolutionary. I wouldn't call an eventual Canon EVIL 'revolutionary' since EVIL cameras are already available. That said, I can't imagine what a new Canon camera could offer to be defined revolutionary... apart from the already suggested fast contrast AF, in-viewfinder live histogram and eye-controlled focus, what about a built-in GPS or a new sensor technology other than backlit cmos?

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« Reply #6 on: August 02, 2010, 12:31:14 PM »
I suspect there's a typo.

There's a typo alright - in the title that CRguy gave this post.  Last I checked, the 1D Mark IV has already been released.  CRguy, you might want to correct your topic to read 1Ds Mark IV, since that is still the subject of rumors.
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Re: 1D Mark IV & More [CR1]
« Reply #7 on: August 02, 2010, 12:39:08 PM »
I suspect there's a typo.

There's a typo alright - in the title that CRguy gave this post.  Last I checked, the 1D Mark IV has already been released.  CRguy, you might want to correct your topic to read 1Ds Mark IV, since that is still the subject of rumors.

Wow neuroanatomist, you deserve your nick! BTW, love to read your posts on TDP!

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« Reply #8 on: August 02, 2010, 12:41:47 PM »
Revolutionary could be a lot of things. Given that we've heard almost nothing about a 5D3 or a 3D I would guess it's the xxD successor. Revolutionary could be video AF? A swivel screen? Digital focus pull? A few silent focusing zoom lenses? I still think we'll get a standard 60D followed by a 1Ds4 followed by a 5D2 successor - fall, winter, fall respectively. Maybe EVL works its way into the time line.

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« Reply #9 on: August 02, 2010, 01:08:21 PM »
Does anyone else hope that Vincent Laforet is in Italy to film on a new 1Ds Mark IV?

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« Reply #10 on: August 02, 2010, 01:40:38 PM »
I feel like the S90 is still so relatively "new".
EOL already?

The special prices Newegg and others have been running in the s90 that last month or so confirms it for me.  They have been pushing them.

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« Reply #11 on: August 02, 2010, 02:05:01 PM »
The key term here is obviously "revolutionary." I think the comment that, to Canon, "It's seem like it can be anything..." is right on the money. I have little doubt that they would apply that term to anything you all have mentioned (new AF, swivel screen, etc.).

For me however, I think the there's only really a couple of things Canon can do to truly match the revolutionary nature of the 5D2. Whether it's in a DSLR or EVIL body will be interesting to see, but:
1. Raw Video and/or non-line-skipping CMOS acquisition
2. Full 1080 HD output (even during record) from HDMI port
3. Slow-mo (60fps or higher) on a full frame camera

If they come with one or more of these features the industry could really get turned on it's head. Anything less than that is progress, but not revolutionary.

Do we think Canon has any of that coming within the month? I tend to think, not so soon. Maybe we get #2 and #3 on a 5D3, but not till mid/late 2011. #1 I'm not holding my breath.

Any thoughts?



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« Reply #12 on: August 02, 2010, 02:45:42 PM »


For me however, I think the there's only really a couple of things Canon can do to truly match the revolutionary nature of the 5D2. Whether it's in a DSLR or EVIL body will be interesting to see, but:
1. Raw Video and/or non-line-skipping CMOS acquisition
2. Full 1080 HD output (even during record) from HDMI port
3. Slow-mo (60fps or higher) on a full frame camera

Maybe we get #2 and #3 on a 5D3, but not till mid/late 2011. #1 I'm not holding my breath.

Any thoughts?

#1 & #2 . . . yes.  I would also add the ability to output 2k or higher from a FF DSLR.  #3 requires a serious hardware upgrade. 

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« Reply #13 on: August 02, 2010, 03:25:13 PM »
The likelihood of #1 depends on what you mean by RAW video. If you mean RAW uncompressed video, then that is just not going to happen. That's just far too much data to move that quickly. I do think pixel binning instead of line skipping for 1080p video is a distinct possibility, and I would count this revolutionary. I do, however think that the h264 compression will remain the same or very close to current Canon video-capable DSLR cameras.

A hugely revolutionary feature on the DSLR video side of things would be a global shutter. This also seems unlikely to me, but it has been a rumored inclusion in the Panasonic GH2.

Soon we'll all see what each of the manufacturers have up their sleeves.

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« Reply #14 on: August 02, 2010, 03:29:43 PM »
I think a fast contrast-based AF from the sensor with object-tracking.
So that the camera automaticaly keeps focused on a moving face, dog or even rc-car or bird.

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