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10/18/2009 11:36:01 PM · #1
In about 24 hours! :) Going to be released in aussie! along with a new 70-200mm l :)

....

so the rumours go :P
10/18/2009 11:53:22 PM · #2
No Mark IV? I guess it's the Asian superstition thing?
10/19/2009 03:46:00 AM · #3
Where did you hear that?
10/19/2009 10:19:54 PM · #4
Specs
10fps
1080P 24/30 fps
720P 60 fps
45 Point AF 39 cross
self cleaning sensor
100 percent Viewfinder
16.1 APSH MP
3inch LCD
63 zone metering

Message edited by author 2009-10-19 22:21:14.
10/19/2009 10:23:25 PM · #5
//philipbloom.co.uk/2009/10/19/canon-1d-mkv-imminent/
//www.canonrumors.com/2009/10/canon-eos-1d-mark-v-cr1/

Definitely sounds plausible...
10/19/2009 11:40:41 PM · #6
OK its official

Its a mark IV not a mark V
ai servo version 2!
45 point AF w/ 39 high precision cross type
16.1MP APS-H
dual digic IV
ISO 50-102,400
10fps

Message edited by author 2009-10-19 23:48:53.
10/19/2009 11:52:50 PM · #7
Originally posted by keriboi:

ISO 50-102,400


Does someone figure that within 2-3 years we are going to have a new convention for listing light sensitivity? Hey, my new camera has ISO 1.2 million!

Message edited by author 2009-10-19 23:53:03.
10/19/2009 11:57:33 PM · #8
Looks like its going to be more of an upgrade for the video peoples!

anyway, NDA end in like 3 mins so all will be revealed, check your usually photography site for details :)

video from 1dmIV

//vimeo.com/7152063

Message edited by author 2009-10-19 23:58:58.
10/20/2009 12:00:51 AM · #9
Video introductions of the new camera and features here.
10/20/2009 12:02:17 AM · #10
1080p video sample //vincentlaforet.smugmug.com/Laforet-Videos/Nocturne-Canon-1DMKIV-Video/10024122_sqhwE#686345820_EeDCa-X2-LB
10/20/2009 12:08:23 AM · #11
//www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&fcategoryid=139&modelid=19584

full specs and price!
10/20/2009 12:42:14 AM · #12
It's reasonable to have assumed that they'd skip the IV and go straight to the V, after all they did that with the G series cameras, they skipped G4 and G8
10/20/2009 03:08:08 AM · #13
If they can match the 5D mk2 for low noise then I will be an early adopter of this camera. Also with 39 high precision cross type AF sensors they are not taking ANY chances this time with the AF.
10/20/2009 03:53:04 AM · #14
Originally posted by Spazmo99:

It's reasonable to have assumed that they'd skip the IV and go straight to the V, after all they did that with the G series cameras, they skipped G4 and G8


Agree, all the blogs, rumor sites and twitter were abuzz with the Mk V moniker - I was surprised to see that it was called the IV.

How much do you reckon I will be able to chop my 1D mkIII in for when this is released?

10/20/2009 04:06:16 AM · #15
.....off to a meeting with my bank manager. Im not afraid of that meeting however...it's more the one with wifey.
10/20/2009 04:16:55 AM · #16
Originally posted by RianBotes:

.....off to a meeting with my bank manager. Im not afraid of that meeting however...it's more the one with wifey.


I have already had mine - lets just say negotiations were not favourable to me especially after the recent £1200 dropped on a new lens. :(

Warehouse Express have just sent me a maildrop and their price is a whopping £4499 - what a con!! I would be better off getting a cheap flight to the US, picking one up there for the MSRP of $4999 (£3000) and bringing it home. Would work out far cheaper.

And the high ISO quality is a lot better judging by this example - although this is JPG not RAW, so some in camera reduction possibly going on here..
ISO3200
10/20/2009 07:56:23 AM · #17
well....pricy pricy pricy....

Message edited by author 2009-10-20 07:57:49.
10/20/2009 09:03:16 AM · #18
//asia.cnet.com/reviews/digitalcameras/0,39001468,45095238p,00.htm
10/20/2009 09:17:17 AM · #19
I would be interested in looking at the ISO performance at the camera.

The D3s is absolutely impressive at very high ISOs, difficult to beat IMHO
10/20/2009 09:25:32 AM · #20
Originally posted by zxaar:

//asia.cnet.com/reviews/digitalcameras/0,39001468,45095238p,00.htm


That ISO102,400 crop is a joke!! It looks like my 300D did when I run the hack to get ISO3200 - a bloody mess! I really cannot see the point.
10/20/2009 09:41:47 AM · #21
Originally posted by Simms:

Originally posted by zxaar:

//asia.cnet.com/reviews/digitalcameras/0,39001468,45095238p,00.htm


That ISO102,400 crop is a joke!! It looks like my 300D did when I run the hack to get ISO3200 - a bloody mess! I really cannot see the point.


ISO 102,400 should be a joke, seriously, what could you possibly expect.
10/20/2009 09:47:55 AM · #22
//www.luminous-landscape.com/whatsnew/

//www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&fcategoryid=139&modelid=19584

Message edited by author 2009-10-20 09:49:51.
10/20/2009 10:10:35 AM · #23
Originally posted by scarbrd:

Originally posted by Simms:

Originally posted by zxaar:

//asia.cnet.com/reviews/digitalcameras/0,39001468,45095238p,00.htm


That ISO102,400 crop is a joke!! It looks like my 300D did when I run the hack to get ISO3200 - a bloody mess! I really cannot see the point.


ISO 102,400 should be a joke, seriously, what could you possibly expect.


Aww, come on. I bet a quick run of Neat Image would spruce that shot up nicely! :)
10/20/2009 10:21:48 AM · #24
Originally posted by Simms:

Originally posted by zxaar:

//asia.cnet.com/reviews/digitalcameras/0,39001468,45095238p,00.htm


That ISO102,400 crop is a joke!! It looks like my 300D did when I run the hack to get ISO3200 - a bloody mess! I really cannot see the point.


I thought you were being harsh till I looked at the pic...lmao.. I thought it was some abstract painting, why bother:-)
10/20/2009 10:23:52 AM · #25
Originally posted by trevytrev:

Originally posted by Simms:

Originally posted by zxaar:

//asia.cnet.com/reviews/digitalcameras/0,39001468,45095238p,00.htm


That ISO102,400 crop is a joke!! It looks like my 300D did when I run the hack to get ISO3200 - a bloody mess! I really cannot see the point.


I thought you were being harsh till I looked at the pic...lmao.. I thought it was some abstract painting, why bother:-)


Taking a picture of a printed calendar is probably not the best test material. But it is pretty funny.
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