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Canon EOS 70D officially announced!

 
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Jul 02, 2013 15:11 |  #286

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So i should pick up spares? ;) I've been a happy 7D shooter for 4 years now.. I can wait to see what a 7DII brings to the table or save up to nab myself a 5DIII

Maybe i can find one with the locking mode dial, Nothing more aggrivating than pulling my 7D out for a quick snap and find the dial is on bulb mode or manual

nah, that was meant for dinanm3atl...you guys posted in between my up arrows :)


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Jul 02, 2013 15:18 |  #287

DreDaze wrote in post #16085029 (external link)
nah, that was meant for dinanm3atl...you guys posted in between my up arrows :)

Ah, i thought youd have known better...

I am starting to really put thought into upgrading my 7D.. I do wish it had slightly more DR, i wish it handled some colors better (It has a nasty tendency to destroy the red channel sometimes) I wish for a little more resolution for more cropping ability and I wish that my high ISOs were cleaner.. I'm really not sure that full frame is the be-all-end-all for me personally (Especially with the Sigma 18-35 f/1.8 which gives me what i wanted from full frame, Namely the fast wider primes missing in Canon's lineup for APS-C)

But hey, 4 years, Thats quite a run in this day and age...

-edit- BTW found this posted, ISO3200 sample from the 70D

http://canon-premium.webcdn.stream.​ne.jp …s/eos70d/downlo​ads/07.jpg (external link)

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Jul 02, 2013 15:24 |  #288

KenjiS wrote in post #16085053 (external link)
-edit- BTW found this posted, ISO3200 sample from the 70D

http://canon-premium.webcdn.stream.​ne.jp …s/eos70d/downlo​ads/07.jpg (external link)

Cleaaaan O_O

jeeze, that's clean as hell. Much be the jpeg engine working it's magic.


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Jul 02, 2013 15:27 as a reply to  @ Charlie's post |  #289

Charlie wrote in post #16084976 (external link)
petty issue

nothing a little duct tape couldnt fix

Naaah, that wouldn't solve the "looks" problem. Hell, it would even make the camera as ugly as a <insert random Nikon DSLR>. :p


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Jul 02, 2013 15:40 |  #290

Charlie wrote in post #16085089 (external link)
jeeze, that's clean as hell. Much be the jpeg engine working it's magic.

yup. there's no way of knowing if it's really that clean or just really good noise reduction.



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Jul 02, 2013 16:01 |  #291

The 70D will be the BEST DSLR for VIDEO to date! Check out this MOVIE... the focusing is just unbelieveable! Sorry if repost...

http://www.usa.canon.c​om …d_display/daf_b​enefits_01 (external link)


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Jul 02, 2013 16:01 |  #292

HyperYagami wrote in post #16085139 (external link)
yup. there's no way of knowing if it's really that clean or just really good noise reduction.

Idk, it looks as good as a processed RAW at that ISO from my 6D would, usually in camera JPEG engines lose fine details with their NR. That image has me pretty excited, that's a lot of detail and I really don't see much noise. Makes me hopeful for the next 'M' :)


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Jul 02, 2013 16:21 |  #293

KenjiS wrote in post #16085019 (external link)
So i should pick up spares? ;) I've been a happy 7D shooter for 4 years now.. I can wait to see what a 7DII brings to the table or save up to nab myself a 5DIII

Maybe i can find one with the locking mode dial, Nothing more aggrivating than pulling my 7D out for a quick snap and find the dial is on bulb mode or manual

I have a 7D with a locking mode dial, I am seriously considering selling mine. I am too lazy to take pics and post them up, so the camera just sits in the bag. If you get serious about picking up a 2nd one let me know. I had 2, and sold one of them to Snydremark, and I think the other has to go.

The locking dial is just a great thing, I am glad Canon is now making it standard equipment on the newer models.


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Jul 02, 2013 16:51 |  #294

What a great new product release for Canon
and what a sad day for all the professional forum whiners. You know who you are! ;)


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Jul 02, 2013 17:01 |  #295

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You wouldn't be able to tell by looking at it, even the 5D3 is coated with plastic.
Also, this. Plastic is the future people, get over it.

Yes, I can. The 5D mark III is magnesium body with hard anodized Chem Film and mixed with powder coating texture.


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Jul 02, 2013 17:04 |  #296

EverydayGetaway wrote in post #16085199 (external link)
Idk, it looks as good as a processed RAW at that ISO from my 6D would, usually in camera JPEG engines lose fine details with their NR. That image has me pretty excited, that's a lot of detail and I really don't see much noise. Makes me hopeful for the next 'M' :)

Kind of hard to say without looking at something side by side. I can get my older 7D ISO3200 files pretty good if I put in some effort.

It's definitely really clean at 3200 though. I would imagine this being very good for HD video.


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Jul 02, 2013 17:05 |  #297

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Yes, I can. The 5D mark III is magnesium body with hard anodized Chem Film and mixed with powder coating texture.

I have a 6D and regularly use 5D2 and 3's and have seen the 60D in store, aside from the weight they feel no different. Placebo.


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Jul 02, 2013 17:08 |  #298

jocau wrote in post #16084312 (external link)
I like the fact that the 70D is cheap and is packed with a lot of features for its price just as I like the fact of saving money by going for the 70D over the 6D or 5D3.

I loved your other thread about the 6D v 5DIII -- for me I was struggling with the 6D and it's AF and FPS -- and I too want to save $$. The 70D appears to be minimal risk and is the first one that has checked all of the things I wanted to move from my 40D and it is <$1,200.00 at it's high price point. I've preorded it.




  
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Jul 02, 2013 17:08 |  #299

EverydayGetaway wrote in post #16085367 (external link)
I have a 6D and regularly use 5D2 and 3's and have seen the 60D in store, aside from the weight they feel no different. Placebo.

As proven by the 3-page thread arguing about the BG-E7 battery grip. Was it Mg-alloy, like the 7D, or plastic. Amazingly nobody could tell by feel.


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Jul 02, 2013 17:19 |  #300

This looks fantastic!
7D AF in a 1100.00 camera.
I'm intrigued by the movie AF as well.


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