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Feb 01, 2015 12:35 |  #16

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Those who don't like the many pixels can always get the 5D Mark IV, which is supposed to come out in August and have about 24 MP. Only a rumor so far, but so are the 5DS and 5DS R.

I cannot wait. I am getting older, and my gray hair is receding.


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Feb 01, 2015 13:38 |  #17

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I cannot wait. I am getting older, and my gray hair is receding.

You do have a nice camera and lenses. So what's holding you back right now?




  
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Feb 01, 2015 13:54 |  #18

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You do have a nice camera and lenses. So what's holding you back right now?

When you are younger, you can afford to wait. My 6D is a good Camera and when the 6DII comes out, I'll buy that, why? Because I want to and there is a whole lot less of road in front of me than behind me;-)a...............


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Feb 02, 2015 12:26 |  #19

romendo wrote in post #17410360 (external link)
You do have a nice camera and lenses. So what's holding you back right now?

I am young, only 66. I will wait until younger people purchase it, and give their objective opinions.


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Feb 02, 2015 13:46 |  #20

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Ahhh, did not think of the weight aspect.

I have seen the place in many of his videos. It is gorgeous indeed

Can anyone explain that each of these (will) mean?

5D Mark IV
5Ds
5Ds R

Will there be three different camera bodies? What will be the differences? Is there a best guess as to price point for each?


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Feb 02, 2015 13:55 |  #21

golfecho wrote in post #17412041 (external link)
Can anyone explain that each of these (will) mean?

5D Mark IV
5Ds
5Ds R

Will there be three different camera bodies? What will be the differences? Is there a best guess as to price point for each?

the rumour is that yes there will be 3 cameras using the 5D name.

Don't think of the 5Ds and 5Dr as replacements for the 5Dmk3. it's more alike a subset of the 5D, which is designed for users that have a requirement for large prints and fine details. Hence why one doesn't have the AA filter attached. I'm guessing that the reason why the 5D name is uses because of a lack of battery grip.


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Feb 02, 2015 13:59 |  #22

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Hence why one doesn't have the AA filter attached.

AA filter?


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Feb 02, 2015 14:47 as a reply to  @ golfecho's post |  #23

You can only use it whilst sober...

The AA filter in an anti aliasing filter, without it the sensor can generate an interference pattern when photographing repeating patterns that appear in cloth or tiles and it appears like a oil on water coloured overlay called moire. To get around this camera manufacturers put a filter in the blurs the image before it hits the sensor (who wants sharp pictures anyway). After photogs bitched and moaned about it they started taking/ leaving it off, this is canons chance to remove it so we can moan about how bad the moire is.

It means that fine detail will be better represented but regular patterns could cause a problem so its a camera for people who produce large prints, without regular repeating patterns who carry their gear some distance (no vertical grip) and dont need video, high iso or high frame rates... mostly landscape photographers

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Feb 02, 2015 14:51 |  #24

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You can only use it whilst sober...

The AA filter in an anti aliasing filter, without it the sensor can generate an interference pattern when photographing repeating patterns that appear in cloth or tiles and it appears like a oil on water coloured overlay called moire. To get around this camera manufacturers put a filter in the blurs the image before it hits the sensor (who wants sharp pictures anyway). After photogs bitched and moaned about it they started taking/ leaving it off, this is canons chance to remove it so we can moan about how bad the moire is.

It means that fine detail will be better represented but regular patterns could cause a problem so its a camera for people who produce large prints, without regular repeating patterns who carry their gear some distance (no vertical grip) and dont need video, high iso or high frame rates... mostly landscape photographers

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I'm not sure I've ever used 6400 on my MkII. 3200 once in a while. I'm into landscape and/or portrait/weddings. Never even done video with it. Might be a candidate for a new prime body. I wonder what the MkIV specs will be.


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Feb 02, 2015 16:07 |  #25

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I cannot wait. I am getting older, and my gray hair is receding.

When you get to a certain age (I'm there) long term is tomorrow.




  
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Feb 04, 2015 10:13 |  #26

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When you get to a certain age (I'm there) long term is tomorrow.

How true. lol.


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Feb 05, 2015 07:52 |  #27

golfecho wrote in post #17412144 (external link)
I'm not sure I've ever used 6400 on my MkII. 3200 once in a while. I'm into landscape and/or portrait/weddings. Never even done video with it. Might be a candidate for a new prime body. I wonder what the MkIV specs will be.


if the rumors are true it will be "mega" pixel ground breaking - ISO ground breaking? not so sure




  
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Feb 05, 2015 16:26 |  #28

Well from what I've gleaned the Mk4 will have a similar pixel count to the Mk3. It is the 5Ds and 5DsR bodies which will have much higher pixel counts


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Feb 06, 2015 05:05 |  #29

Its officially out for sale at B&H.
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Feb 06, 2015 09:58 |  #30

Furlan wrote in post #17412253 (external link)
When you get to a certain age (I'm there) long term is tomorrow.

June is a lifetime. Plenty of long term items will be completed by then.


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