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02/21/2007 11:32:28 PM · #1
//www.dpreview.com/news/0702/07022208canoneos1dmarkiii.asp

I said it first!
02/21/2007 11:33:49 PM · #2
19 AREA - AUTOFOCUS

10 FPS

...eh 10 mp?

IT HAS LIVE VIEW IT HAS LIVE VIEW

Message edited by author 2007-02-21 23:36:25.
02/21/2007 11:36:54 PM · #3
does this mean the 1d mkIIn will go down in price?
02/21/2007 11:37:18 PM · #4
Originally posted by RainMotorsports:

19 AREA - AUTOFOCUS

10 FPS

...eh 10 mp?

IT HAS LIVE VIEW IT HAS LIVE VIEW


19 CROSS TYPE sensors. Those are the good ones. haha

110 frame Jpeg bursts before it slows down.

ISO 6400!!!!11!!

3 inch LCD.
02/21/2007 11:37:44 PM · #5
Originally posted by I Enjoy Ham:

does this mean the 1d mkIIn will go down in price?

probably. but so will your camera if youre thinking about selling it. So I guess the whole scale just kinda slides....
02/21/2007 11:42:56 PM · #6
Originally posted by hsteg:

Originally posted by I Enjoy Ham:

does this mean the 1d mkIIn will go down in price?

probably. but so will your camera if youre thinking about selling it. So I guess the whole scale just kinda slides....


eh its my dads camera (i just use it, kinda stole it actually) , im thinkin ahead for when i go to college...
02/21/2007 11:53:17 PM · #7
10fps ... 14-bit raw files ... ISO 6400... (drool)
02/22/2007 12:03:00 AM · #8
Nice new lense as well: EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM
02/22/2007 12:05:09 AM · #9
Originally posted by dwterry:

10fps ... 14-bit raw files ... ISO 6400... (drool)


I gues your not drooliong over the LIVE VIEW LCD?
02/22/2007 12:06:38 AM · #10
Originally posted by RainMotorsports:

Originally posted by dwterry:

10fps ... 14-bit raw files ... ISO 6400... (drool)


I gues your not drooliong over the LIVE VIEW LCD?


I'm not. I prefer a good OVF to any EVF or LCD.
02/22/2007 12:15:04 AM · #11
Originally posted by hsteg:

Originally posted by RainMotorsports:

Originally posted by dwterry:

10fps ... 14-bit raw files ... ISO 6400... (drool)


I gues your not drooliong over the LIVE VIEW LCD?


I'm not. I prefer a good OVF to any EVF or LCD.


true that i definitly agree
02/22/2007 12:16:58 AM · #12
If nobody wanted live view they would have put it on a consumer slr. I understand why most of you want the viewfinder but they wouldnt push it to the extreme pro end if they didnt think it was a selling point to someone.
02/22/2007 12:17:39 AM · #13
OMG!!! I'm breathing heavily -- that's one SWEET camera!!!

*fans self ferociously*

:blush:

Must have one!!

Leann
02/22/2007 12:18:21 AM · #14
Originally posted by RainMotorsports:

If nobody wanted live view they would have put it on a consumer slr. I understand why most of you want the viewfinder but they wouldnt push it to the extreme pro end if they didnt think it was a selling point to someone.

Well obviously its a selling point, regardless of who the camera is marketed too. Yes, it'd be a nice feature to have and drives the price of the camera up, but like I said, I'm not exactly drooling over that, especially when taking into consideration the possibility of a clean ISO 6400 in camera...
02/22/2007 12:20:52 AM · #15
Originally posted by hsteg:

Originally posted by RainMotorsports:

If nobody wanted live view they would have put it on a consumer slr. I understand why most of you want the viewfinder but they wouldnt push it to the extreme pro end if they didnt think it was a selling point to someone.

Well obviously its a selling point, regardless of who the camera is marketed too. Yes, it'd be a nice feature to have and drives the price of the camera up, but like I said, I'm not exactly drooling over that, especially when taking into consideration the possibility of a clean ISO 6400 in camera...


On the same side of the argument its cool to have the OPTION. Ive been in a couple of cramped situations with my SLR LIKE where the new Fujis flipup screen would hav e made the shot easier..... Then again a Real SLR with a wide angel lense would have also solved the issue!
02/22/2007 12:25:55 AM · #16
Originally posted by RainMotorsports:

Originally posted by hsteg:

Originally posted by RainMotorsports:

If nobody wanted live view they would have put it on a consumer slr. I understand why most of you want the viewfinder but they wouldnt push it to the extreme pro end if they didnt think it was a selling point to someone.

Well obviously its a selling point, regardless of who the camera is marketed too. Yes, it'd be a nice feature to have and drives the price of the camera up, but like I said, I'm not exactly drooling over that, especially when taking into consideration the possibility of a clean ISO 6400 in camera...


On the same side of the argument its cool to have the OPTION. Ive been in a couple of cramped situations with my SLR LIKE where the new Fujis flipup screen would hav e made the shot easier..... Then again a Real SLR with a wide angel lense would have also solved the issue!

Yes, but at the same time, assuming my assumption is correct, 'that the camera would be cheaper without it,' I think I'd rather save a few bucks instead of having live view.
02/22/2007 12:29:23 AM · #17
Heh i want an SLR with live view that isnt Olympus. I hate Olympus's High ISO noise issues. Ill never own anothe rone again. SO yeah a Nikon D60 with live view is good in my opinion at say 800 bucks.
02/22/2007 12:34:27 AM · #18
I've never understood why the 1D series didn't use the full-frame sensor instead of the 1.3x
02/22/2007 12:36:46 AM · #19
Originally posted by chimericvisions:

I've never understood why the 1D series didn't use the full-frame sensor instead of the 1.3x


cost, sacrifice of speed. If you have more data on a larger sensor, it takes longer to move that around...
02/22/2007 12:41:56 AM · #20
Originally posted by hsteg:

cost, sacrifice of speed. If you have more data on a larger sensor, it takes longer to move that around...


Speed I'll grant you, but cost, when talking about a $4000 camera doesn't count for much to me. If you're springing $4K, what's an hundred or two for the 35mm...

I can't complain, though.. when I bought my XT it tapped me out for cash. :P
02/22/2007 12:45:52 AM · #21
Originally posted by chimericvisions:

I've never understood why the 1D series didn't use the full-frame sensor instead of the 1.3x


It isn't cost, its speed. Still can't get the data out fast enough
02/22/2007 12:47:02 AM · #22
Originally posted by Gordon:

Originally posted by chimericvisions:

I've never understood why the 1D series didn't use the full-frame sensor instead of the 1.3x


It isn't cost, its speed. Still can't get the data out fast enough


Personally, I don't think the 1d series would benefit significantly from a full frame sensor.
02/22/2007 12:50:54 AM · #23
anyone know the price?
02/22/2007 12:52:11 AM · #24
Originally posted by jmsetzler:

Personally, I don't think the 1d series would benefit significantly from a full frame sensor.


There's plenty of PJs who like wide angle though.
02/22/2007 12:53:28 AM · #25
Originally posted by American_Horse:

anyone know the price?


$3900 or thereabouts I believe is what DPReview says
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