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The 40D (1st leak)....from Northlight images

 
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Nov 15, 2006 17:06 |  #61

JaGWiRE wrote in post #2261520 (external link)
I'm actually sort of interested in the 50D (if they name it that), because I'm guessing it will improve on the 40D, which will probably be the first DSLR with Digic 3, like the 30D did on the 20D? There is no doubt the 20D is a nice camera, but the 20D is essentially the same camera with some quirks worked out and some minor upgrades which I think are nice.

For me it would have been 4 years since I had the 10D, while it's would have been nice for the 50D it could been another 12 months or so once the 40D comes out.

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so what camera will have in body is???

considering the small little point and shoot sd800 has it... why cant an slr!!!

just remember that canon might not be looking at that, why. the lens have IS built in. They could make it work, but for me however I don't care less if the body has inbuilt IS


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Nov 16, 2006 23:52 |  #62

just wondering if it will ever happen...and how IS in the body, would mess with IS in a lens... like wouldnt that completely screw stuff up, or would it allow like 6 stops difference or something, bc that would be insane!


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Nov 18, 2006 00:42 |  #63

I am sure canon would add safety measures. Just like the safety measures they added to EF-S lens so it will not fit into EF only cameras.


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Nov 20, 2006 09:03 |  #64

you could always turn IS off on th lens or the body and use either or right?




  
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Nov 20, 2006 23:11 |  #65

great idea. both should have independent on/off switch. Just like you can open your trunk from they key or from inside the car.


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Nov 22, 2006 14:57 as a reply to  @ joeflux's post |  #66
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How about a Canon EOS A (pro), EOS B (semi-pro) and EOS C (entry-level)? Does "D" stand for "Digital" or "Dithering"? (55D, 60D, 71.5D, where will it all end!!).


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Nov 24, 2006 21:28 |  #67

Sony called theirs Alpha and in my opinion it should be Zeta. Why? Because I grabbed one to play with at the store the other day and the lens has to moved backwards to zoom in and out.


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Nov 28, 2006 00:30 as a reply to  @ z3speed4me's post |  #68

see below...


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Nov 28, 2006 00:32 |  #69

z3speed4me wrote in post #2274769 (external link)
just wondering if it will ever happen...and how IS in the body, would mess with IS in a lens... like wouldnt that completely screw stuff up, or would it allow like 6 stops difference or something, bc that would be insane!

If you read Canon's marketing mumbo jumbo, you'll see that's a path they are quite reluctant to travel down with the EOS series.

a) It means people won't buy IS lenses for which they often charge 50% more
b) The EF IS system is optical rather than software driven which is aparrently better (you can see the effect of IS through the viewfinder amongst other advantages). It would be difficult to put an optical system into a body due to the size.
c) The current IS system has been around for years and it works fine. Why fix something that aint broke?
d) Just because!

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Nov 28, 2006 01:47 |  #70

IS inside the lens is far more effective than in-body IS. It's not difficult to see why, optically.

That's a good reason to keep IS in the lens, apart from the commercial reason and the fact that you can see the effect through the viewfinder.

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peterdoomen wrote in post #2322825 (external link)
IS inside the lens is far more effective than in-body IS. It's not difficult to see why, optically.

That's a good reason to keep IS in the lens, apart from the commercial reason and the fact that you can see the effect through the viewfinder.

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The problem is, if you don't explain WHY it is more effective then people don't belive you. I deal with stabalization on a MUCH LARGER SCALE so I understand it alittle better. When it is in the camera, you can not achive quality stab. due to the fact that you have a lens attached that is moving across an axis quicker and travels more. Just take a look at your finger, if you move it up and down the tip will travel a greater distance then where the finger attaches to your hand.

So, putting stab in the lens and moving it further away from the sensor, is more effective and will eliminate MORE shake then in the camera.

You get what you pay for! You can candy coat a turd but guess what, its still a turd!


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Nov 28, 2006 15:26 |  #72

LOL. Thanks for clearing that up for us ;)


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Nov 28, 2006 16:13 as a reply to  @ photobitz's post |  #73

Also IS in the lens means those of us still using film also can use that lens in those areas, remember we had IS before digital...


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Nov 28, 2006 16:35 |  #74

I would like a 40D with same size as 20/30 slightly larger than XTi megapixels larger buffer 5fps just the stuff that makes a 40D a 40D


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Nov 28, 2006 18:31 |  #75

Kenski wrote in post #2323566 (external link)
You get what you pay for! You can candy coat a turd but guess what, its still a turd!

Well Put!


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