Why are the photos so small? 442x448 pixels for the first one. That is 9.5% of my monitor's available pixels. Can we get a full screen mode please?I can't tell for sure, but they look like very interesting pictures.
Mikhail Tal: I can't believe DPR actually fell for this cheap photoshop job. It's impossible for those people and their reflections to not be composited into the image after the fact. People don't just float in mid-air and if they had jumped from a helicopter or something, not only would you see the reflection of that in the water as well but you could never get enough exposure for those shots at such a fast shutter speed required to capture someone falling at a high speed.
Hey Mr. Tal I see your name everywhere on the forums and I don't know... maybe time for a photo break? Why not go out with a camera (preferably with slide film, so you will believe your results) and try to find all the ways you could do similarly "impossible" pictures. I'm pretty sure in less than an hour you will have tought of at least three ways of photographing the very thing you currently deem impossible and a cheap photoshop job.
tkbslc: It's a mini 60D!!
Either the 60D line is being killed, or the 70D is going to be awesome to be a step up from this.
"You can bet that the 70D will get a touchscreen. That's a given. I think all of Canon's DSLRs will eventually get"
In cold temperatures, touchscreen + gloves = useless screen.
TangoMan: My volume is maxed out and I still can't hear a thing. Had to turn off the radio and stick my head to the computer speaker...
It plays loud and clear on my 4 internal speakers Playbook Tablet :) (free advertising for an amazing tablet) :)
You nailed it Johan Borg! I went to my sound panel and as I turn the balance to left or right, the volume increases to an almost acceptable level on my monospeaker laptop.
My volume is maxed out and I still can't hear a thing. Had to turn off the radio and stick my head to the computer speaker...
EvanZ: Ok. No bokeh?
The bokeh of the 10-30 is exquisite, however the lack of background blur makes this hard to notice.