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    EOS-1D Mark IV is out!

    What do you guys think about this one?

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    Re: EOS-1D Mark IV is out!

    I'm already in debt from my 5dmkII -- don't tempt me!

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    Re: EOS-1D Mark IV is out!

    A link to the new Canon camera

    http://www.canon-europe.com/For_Home...k_IV/index.asp

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    Re: EOS-1D Mark IV is out!

    Quote Originally Posted by Alis View Post
    What do you guys think about this one?
    Waiting on the 1Ds4

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    Re: EOS-1D Mark IV is out!

    I agree, not for you, Colin. Not full frame and yet too expensive. And I know you do not care about the video. The frame rate is pretty high but you do not shoot birds or things like that!

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    Re: EOS-1D Mark IV is out!

    Quote Originally Posted by Alis View Post
    I agree, not for you, Colin. Not full frame and yet too expensive. And I know you do not care about the video. The frame rate is pretty high but you do not shoot birds or things like that!
    For what it's worth, I used to have a 1D3

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    Re: EOS-1D Mark IV is out!

    The second tier pro body cameras are designed for photojournalists and sports shooters. Where speed and accuracy is imperative because the shot "can not be repeated". I can care less about the video feature, and Canon is still stuck on the mega pixel hype. I find 12 mega pixels is more than adequate for my needs in sports shooting.

    Nikon and Canon can cluck all they want, but stand alone camcorders will still produce VQ far better than any dslrs. Though improved, shutter roll or jelly rolling is still plagued in dslr. Well, that's because it's a camera first! Not a camcorder.

    If you don't know what that is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJozM55HrsM

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