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Feb 26, 2010 11:19 |  #16

It's high time Canon replace the 5DMKII. It's passe by now.

Once a body appears on the sell forum, it's ancient history. ;) ;) ;) :lol:

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Feb 26, 2010 11:19 |  #17

Roy Mathers wrote in post #9687253 (external link)
I agree with you about that Trey - in the same way that the American way of writing a date is illogical. We would write today's date, for instance, as 26/2/2010, that is the smallest unit (day) to the biggest (year). The American system is 2/26/2010 which, to me at least, doesn't make much sense.

in software some of us organize the date as year, month, day because it represents the natural order of an increasing integer (0 prefixed to single digits) better for sorting by date

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Feb 26, 2010 11:51 |  #18

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Largest unit first makes more sense because it provides context (which year are we talking about and what month?). The system that does make sense is what I use for my photos: Year/Month/Day. Organizationally, it is superior.

Americans are smart enough to realize that most dates apply to the current year and can make that assumption, so we move the year to the end... hence Month/Day/Year. You Brits are funny... :p

I think you misunderstand. I would agree with you that the system you use for your photos makes sense ie from the largest unit to the smallest (although I wasn't really talking just about photo filing). It's logical in the same way that the British system (smallest unit to largest) is logical. What isn't logical is the American system of medium unit followed by small unit followed by large unit. "So we move the year to the end" as we do in the British system of course.

And, of course, when you said that 'You Brits are funny' you forgot to add 'in my opinion'.




  
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Feb 26, 2010 12:14 |  #19

jklewer wrote in post #9659369 (external link)
It's funny because it's different... and we're Americans.

hear hear! :p


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Feb 26, 2010 14:12 |  #20

Roy Mathers wrote in post #9687635 (external link)
And, of course, when you said that 'You Brits are funny' you forgot to add 'in my opinion'.

In my opinion Brits are rarely funny.

(I hope people can sense sarcasm over the internet)

Really the whole date thing is silly anyway. Can't we come up with a calendar and clock system that isn't off by 6 hours per year and requires lots of time zones?


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Feb 26, 2010 17:49 |  #21

I'm suprised there's not more traffic fatalites considering you all drive on the wrong side of the road :D:D:D


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Feb 26, 2010 17:58 |  #22

But it's all right if they all drive on the wrong side!




  
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Mar 02, 2010 16:12 |  #23
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Although it is high time and past time Canon releases a 5D MK II replacement or sister model, my guess is as other members have said it will be awhille before they finally make us happy ;).


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Mar 02, 2010 21:37 |  #24

tkbslc wrote in post #9688564 (external link)
In my opinion Brits are rarely funny.

(I hope people can sense sarcasm over the internet)

Really the whole date thing is silly anyway. Can't we come up with a calendar and clock system that isn't off by 6 hours per year and requires lots of time zones?

sure, different times of day would simply mean different things in other places.

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Mar 02, 2010 21:51 |  #25

If there is a 5DMIIn, it will get the new exposure system and maybe the 21 point AF from the 7D. That's all I would expect.


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Mar 02, 2010 22:24 |  #26

I wouldn't put too much stock on whatever picture was posted, the user is no longer active on Flickr.




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Mar 04, 2010 08:33 |  #27
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tharmsen wrote in post #9718010 (external link)
I wouldn't put too much stock on whatever picture was posted, the user is no longer active on Flickr.

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Usually pictures on flickr (of that nature) are photoshoped, and not a representation of a actual camera.


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Mar 04, 2010 11:36 |  #28

tharmsen wrote in post #9718010 (external link)
I wouldn't put too much stock on whatever picture was posted, the user is no longer active on Flickr.

the guy who bought is from zaragoza, and member at "canonistas", bloody lucky it was the last model in store and end of sale....


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