50d and 60Da have just had their firmware upgraded
Quote from: briansquibb on June 21, 2012, 01:20:43 PM50d and 60Da have just had their firmware upgradedYou're speaking of the fixed Greek menus ?!? ... and some people say I'm sarcastic :-p
Quote from: briansquibb on June 21, 2012, 03:55:19 PMYou dont understand English humour either:-)) it's just that I don't understand your humor, maybe because there's none involved. But if you say you're the representation of English (British, American, ...) humor, wow, now that's self-confidence for you - there might be even other words expanding self-confidence. You have my admiration!
You dont understand English humour either
Anyway who gives a ferk about greek firmware upgrades - they can't afford cameras just now. Just give us audio levels and lower noise on the 7D and you can all laugh at any jokes you want.
Is there an English humour? English language humour? British Humour maybe?
Th Romans got it right by building a wall as they didn't like the Glaswegians kissing them
Quote from: briansquibb on June 22, 2012, 03:16:21 AMTh Romans got it right by building a wall as they didn't like the Glaswegians kissing themGod knows who the Romans already kissed. The went all over Europe
The 7D firmware V2 announcement is back on cpm-europes website http://cpn.canon-europe.com/content/news/firmware_update_to_enhance_EOS_7D.doExactly the same as the leaked April bulletin but now dated June 2012
I have just been looking through the cpn-europe technical article http://cpn.canon-europe.com/content/education/technical/eos7d.do It seems that many of the menus have been redesigned e.g. and a new one added to the autofocus menu:AF WIZARDIt is also possible to register a set of AI Servo settings that can be recalled using either the Depth-of-field Preview button or the Lens AF Stop button. A new ‘AF Wizard’ guides you through the registration of the four AF Custom Functions registering the AF area selection mode, setting up AI Servo tracking sensitivity, setting AF priority for the first and second image and choosing the AF tracking method. This makes it easy to understand the AF settings and gives the option to set them in a logical order.So it seems that a lot more has actually been done than at first meets the eye!