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Sep 19, 2016 08:24 |  #16

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You can get that today at B&H (external link) and it's a Canon product to boot. :)

What on earth is that??!


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Sep 19, 2016 08:30 |  #17

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What on earth is that??!

It's that security camera that can mount EF lenses. I forget the model number though. Search canon 4 million ISO and you'll find it.


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Sep 19, 2016 08:37 as a reply to  @ Talley's post |  #18

That's some hardcore security!!!


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Sep 19, 2016 08:40 |  #19

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That's some hardcore security!!!

Well it's a general "video" camera per se. only a 2mp image but it's a full 35mm sensor size so it has really large pixels to gather light. only does 1080p.


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Sep 29, 2016 23:11 |  #20

Being that I'm a poor college student, it would be nice if it was $13 for anyone with a username of Scottboarding on POTN.


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Sep 29, 2016 23:38 as a reply to  @ Scottboarding's post |  #21

Better hope the Title Fairy doesn't then expand her work to nicknames then ;-)a


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Oct 14, 2016 00:09 |  #22

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What features do you want in the 5D V?

I want an AF system that is programmable. What I mean by that is, well, something that kind of works like face recognition, but implemented into an AF system.

How it works:

You pick the object that you want to be in perfect focus. This could be a model's right eye, it could be a dog's head, it could be a football or a tennis ball.

You take a quick reference image, then on the LCD playback you zoom in on the object you want to be in focus and "select" it by putting the crosshairs precisely where you want the focus to be. You can get very precise, like, by selecting the stitching on a baseball, or the logo on a football (as opposed to the laces on the same football). Do you want the inside corner of a subject's eye to be in focus, or the iris of the eye to be in focus? You can get as precise as you want to - the camera will be able to do anything you tell it to without any limitations.

Now, any time that object is anywhere in the frame, the camera locks onto it, and it will be in perfect focus NO MATTER WHAT! (of course, you can override it at any time by switching object recognition AF off, or switching AF modes).

I mean, can you imagine entering a racquetball as the object you want the 5D mk 5 camera to focus on, and then you shoot a racquetball match - 10 frame per second bursts in a racquetball court, and in every single frame, the racquetball is in perfect focus?!!!! Well, of course the shutter speed wouldn't allow for sharp photos, but I'm just using this as an example of the kind of AF system that I think we should get sometime in the future. It'd be awesome for real close-ups of birds in flight - no more images where the wings are in focus but the eyeball is soft.

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Me... I just want super clean ISO 4 million :eek:

Yeah, no kidding - something super super high like that, perfectly clean and completely free of any noise grain whatsoever. It seems like you were kidding or exaggerating, but some really super-high ISO that was perfectly clean would actually be extremely useful.

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Oct 19, 2016 09:55 |  #23

Real 4k 90fps
9 fps
40mp
Cfast slot
Flip screen
Longer life time battery
Higher DR than A7RII
More focus points
-5 EV

Also new lenses: 135 f1.4L, 55 f1.2L, 85 f1.2L III, 180 f2.8L IS macro. Still don't know yet wether i could afford those lenses or not in the future, just want to see them available :-D




  
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Oct 22, 2016 14:59 |  #24

A real time histogram that shows the effect as a long exposure progresses.




  
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Nov 17, 2016 11:11 |  #25

Most out of this world and unrealistic feature request....

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Apr 08, 2018 06:09 |  #26

I am surprised no one really mentioned No AA filter. I'd take the 30mp, w/o AA filter. CFast might be nice yes. And finally metering on focus point.

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May 16, 2018 15:36 |  #27

I want a WHITE Canon 5D Mark V :-P:-P


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May 16, 2018 18:17 |  #28

Tom Reichner wrote in post #18156414 (external link)
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Yeah, no kidding - something super super high like that, perfectly clean and completely free of any noise grain whatsoever. It seems like you were kidding or exaggerating, but some really super-high ISO that was perfectly clean would actually be extremely useful.

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I'm pretty sure we run into the limits of physics at some point. I used to work with chilled photomultiplier tubes that counted photons per second. We run into "shot noise" at those low light levels. In a camera, some pixels will see more photons than others just due to random chance. The resultant image will appear grainy.




  
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May 19, 2018 11:34 |  #29

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I want a WHITE Canon 5D Mark V :-P:-P

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Why?

It'd be interesting to know what advantage a white camera body would yield. . Do you happen to shoot in snowscapes a lot, where a white body would blend into the surroundings better? . Or do you think that a white exterior would help the body to absorb less radiant heat?

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I would like camouflage to be offered as an option. . Black bodies do tend to make many animals (mostly birds) shy away, so I have spent a lot of time and effort trying to conceal my camera bodies with camouflage material, duct tape, etc. What a hassle!

It'd be so nice if my bodies were just camouflage to begin with so that I wouldn't have to waste time and effort adding camo coverings.


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