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The release price of the high-mp eos will be...

$2500 (Canon is our friend!)
1 (0.6%)
$3000 (that'll show Nikon!)
3 (1.7%)
$3500 (bye bye 5d3)
3 (1.7%)
16 (9.3%)
33 (19.2%)
34 (19.8%)
17 (9.9%)
$6000 (sell your car)
22 (12.8%)
$7000 (use kid's college funds)
9 (5.2%)
$8000 (use old age savings)
14 (8.1%)
$9000 (sell your house)
20 (11.6%)

Total Members Voted: 172

Voting closed: October 06, 2012, 06:31:27 AM

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Re: POLL: How much $$$ will the high-mp eos cost?
« Reply #45 on: October 04, 2012, 07:55:14 PM »
Canon's high MP / high DR body does not have to be insanely expensive. Just cripple the FPS, give it 16 point AF and native ISO up to 12800. It won't touch the 5D3 sales, nor the 1DX.

This camera is ment to compete with the D800 / D800E, and therefore  the price tag should not exceed 4K.

But then again, it is Canon we are talking about here. The camera will probably be overpriced.  :(

Don't talk about or mention the word "Cripple", I think Canon has been a doing too much of that lately. We don't want to give them any more bad ideas or make them think we're OK with it. They just need to try and give us the best camera they can. I'm sure the overpriced 5D Mark III is going to more than pay for the R&D they put into that AF. Now they just need to put it in every body they can (within reason).
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