Thursday, August 20, 2009


This is what I found today at engadget;

From the Engadget site:
"Canon might have announced a slew of new compacts today, but we're thinking the most exciting news might be this image of the legendary EOS 7D. That flash button would indicate the presence of a built-in flash, and those mic holes hint at video features, but apart from that we've got little else to go on -- there are whispers that the Best Buy inventory system is listing the body at $2700 and the kit with an EF 28-135 lens at $2900, but we can't verify those at the moment. We're dying to find out more about this one, stay tuned."

I read on many websites speculations that this baby will finally shoot 24p. That would be amazing news. I have strong doubts though that this camera will have a full resolution signal via HDMI output.

UPDATE:
Look what I've found on blog.planet5d.com :
- First Prosumer dSLR with Dual DIGIC processors from Canon.
- First Prosumer dSLR with dual card slots from Canon.
- Camera will NOT be full frame, but no crop given.
- Video features will best the 5D Mark II.
- Better AF as compared to the 50D & 5D Mark II.
- Noise Control is better than 50D and arguably better than the 5D Mark II.
- Very similar pixel density to the 5D Mark II.

So, no full frame sensor :(
The rest sounds great though!

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