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80D : Your Desires & Predictions ?

 
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Feb 16, 2016 15:38 |  #46

Supposedly a Sneak Peek at the 80D specs ~

http://www.canonrumors​.com/canon-eos-80d-specifications/ (external link)

Canon EOS 80D Specifications:

24.2mp APS-C
Dual Pixel AF
7fps Shooting in live view
5fps in AIS
45 AF Points ( All Crosstype)
ISO 100-16000
Anti-Flicker
100% Viewfinder
3″ Vari-Angle LCD
Touchscreen
FullHD at 60fps Video
Time-Lapse
HDR
Creative Filters
Wifi
NFC
Remote hooting with smartphone

and images of the new 18-135 USM...

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Feb 16, 2016 15:41 as a reply to  @ Immaculens's post |  #47

IF TRUE:

I could do without the extra mp...

hope the AF points fill more of the area

100% VF is welcome

what is AIS?

Bring on the remote hooting! Whoo!


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Feb 16, 2016 16:57 |  #48

same sensor as 7d2? just less points and speed? sounds good! and what a hoot! ;)




  
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Feb 16, 2016 17:17 |  #49

Immaculens wrote in post #17900942 (external link)
IF TRUE:

I could do without the extra mp...

hope the AF points fill more of the area

100% VF is welcome

what is AIS?

Bring on the remote hooting! Whoo!

AIS is AI Servo and that specs got backwards..its 7fps shooting in AI Servo like the 70D and 5fps in live view with tracking


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Feb 17, 2016 10:10 |  #50

addition:

EOS 80D specs - new 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor.
Adopt a new miniaturization process
dual pixel CMOS AF
image processing engine DIGIC6
regular sensitivity ISO100-16000 (extension 25600)
7560-pixel RGB + IR metering sensor
AF 45 points (all points cross type).
AF distance measuring point of maximum 27 points F8 correspondence.
-3EV Correspondence
the new "L zone AF" four AF area selection modes including
continuous shooting 7 frames / sec.
3 frames / second at the silent continuous shooting mode
77 sheets The number of pictures in the JPEG (I assume sheets was a bad translation for images)
20 sheets in the RAW
live continuous shooting in the view mode 5 frames / sec. (AF tracking)
A new mirror vibration control system to keep the mirror shock (MVCS)
finder is 100% field of view, magnification 0.95 times
shutter 30 seconds - 1/8000 seconds.
Synchro 1/250 sec
three inches 1.04 million dot Vari-angle LCD monitor
built-in flash (guide number 12)
electronic level
new Picture Style "fine detail"
10 kinds of scene mode
anti-flicker
video is full HD 60fps - AF tracking
HDR movie
time-lapse movie
five types of movies Creative Filters
Wi-Fi
NFC
Remote shooting
media SD / SDHC / SDXC (UHS-I compatible)
shutter durability of 100,000 times
USB terminal
HDMI terminal
microphone jack
headphone jack
remote control terminal
improved dust and water
battery LP-E6N / LP-E6
start-up time is 0.16 seconds
can be remotely captured using the power zoom function in combination with the EF-S18-135mm F3.5-5.6 iS USM and the power zoom adapter PZ-E1
size 139.0 x 105.2 x 78.5 mm
weight 730g (650g body only)


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Feb 17, 2016 11:45 |  #51

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evelakes wrote in post #17901879 (external link)
new Picture Style "fine detail"

Very interesting suggestion, and it makes me curious to know what exactly would be done in order to maximize the capture of fine detail.
In other words, what would the "nuts and bolts" of such a picture style be?

I am also thinking that those to whom fine detail is very important are probably shooting in RAW, and picture styles are for jPegs.
So any explanation as to how it would be beneficial to shoot in jPeg instead of RAW, specifically with respect to the capture of fine detail, would be appreciated.

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Feb 17, 2016 12:02 |  #52

Tom Reichner wrote in post #17901981 (external link)
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Very interesting suggestion, and it makes me curious to know what exactly would be done in order to maximize the capture of fine detail.
In other words, what would the "nuts and bolts" of such a picture style be?

I am also thinking that those to whom fine detail is very important are probably shooting in RAW, and picture styles are for jPegs.
So any explanation as to how it would be beneficial to shoot in jPeg instead of RAW, specifically with respect to the capture of fine detail, would be appreciated.

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Found on the new 5D s

http://www.canon.com.h​k …ltra_High_Resol​ution.html (external link)


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Feb 17, 2016 13:13 as a reply to  @ evelakes's post |  #53

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Canons website wrote:
=Canon's website]
“Fine Detail” is intended for images that will be used straight from the camera, without post-processing (however we suggest you to take RAW images to enjoy the maximum post-processing flexibility).

Good info - thanks for the link.

I am sure that there are some people that would benefit from such a setting, but most everyone I know shoots RAW and does some editing of their images.
Richard, would this picture style benefit you, or do you also shoot RAW and/or process your images?

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Feb 17, 2016 13:28 as a reply to  @ Tom Reichner's post |  #54

For me RAW rules, the only event i can imagine to shoot jpeg is in fast action sports when i need the frame rates per second without
the buffer getting full.


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Feb 18, 2016 12:27 |  #55

80D Announced:

http://www.canonrumors​.com/canon-eos-80d-announced/ (external link)


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