Family Adams claims a portion of the proceeds to copyright!
ianp5a: Stupid or not, part of an artists aim is to be noticed. And, hopefully, original.
If I were an artist I want to be noticed for a good thing and not a stupid thing ......
mcshan: "Thank you Thing" ... Addams Family.
ah ah ah ah ah.....good this!
Dr. Frankenstein wants one for her child but expects donations of money for its purchase.Thanks for making us laugh (or cry?) for this good news DP P.S. It is a fish of April late, really?
I still do not understand why the manufacturers of cameras integrate Wi-Fi into their bodies and not the GPS which I think for most photographers (especially naturalists, landscaping, street and holiday) is much more useful ... .I find it hard to think that the Wi-Fi is more required than GPS ...... I hope will have their right motivation market ...
Wonderful! My compliment. Congratulations cjf2.
My favorites: Good work in the 2 and 8....2 for the moment capture...8 for the bokeh....my opinion of course! Congratulation to all at the end.
Jylppy: Hi all angered Canon fans (myself included). The campaign is Canon _corporate_ brand marketing initiative and since Canon is in multiple businesses, such a campaigns are vague considering from single business perspective. The problem is that once everyone saw a post at DPReview, they associated it to Canon's camera/lens business and were expecting some product announcement.
Canon marketing team's grand mistake was to use countdown to launch ... a marketing initiative. That raised expectations. In case they want to do corporate/brand marketing, they should have just launched the campaign without such a expectation-ballooning-countdown.
And if anyone at Canon camera business side is reading this, I am still expecting you to launch semi-pro-focused (APS-C) mirrorless with fantastic EVF and fast AF. Once that is out, I will buy it as my secondary camera. I use it along side my 5DII to cover wider focal length range when traveling.
Make "Fuji X-series" with your superb camera UI.
This is a good write! I agree!
LukeLT63: I state that I use Nikon and then part out! I do not understand the disappointment of many users who were expecting a new camera or a new lens. How was this possible? If there had been any news would be released at Photokina which ended recently. It was clear that whatever was the subject had to relate to anything. (maybe a printer or a videocamera or other) So I do not understand many of the complaints written here.
I understand those who say instead that this was a bad publicity. It seemed to announce some great news when in reality it was a simple publicity as there are so many without anything particularly interesting. But if the intent was to talk about then the marketing of Canon hit the mark. However, even according to me it was a very bad publicity. In the true I have never heard their voices even in Nikon. In my land is said: "So much smoke and no fire!" Smoke salesmen are the marketing men of whatever society they are. Fan of Canon - Nikon - Pentax - Fujifilm - Olympus - Panasonic - Sony - etc. ..... do not listen to your marketing and think of fun with your cameras! Come on people!
I state that I use Nikon and then part out! I do not understand the disappointment of many users who were expecting a new camera or a new lens. How was this possible? If there had been any news would be released at Photokina which ended recently. It was clear that whatever was the subject had to relate to anything. (maybe a printer or a videocamera or other) So I do not understand many of the complaints written here.
Also here: http://www.canon.it/gateway/index.html
All this noise to show two videos? I hate marketing!Come and seeThere are two video commercials for the new Canon EOS 7D Mark IINames video:TECHNICAL - Gladiators FOOTBALLSite: http://www.canon.de/
From the outside it seems the camera of David Hasselhoff in the TV series Knight Rider (Supercar)..... :-O ..... goes very car!
" While the potential medical applications of the patent are certainly very welcome, there is no doubt the ability to take pictures of an object or person simply by looking at them will raise privacy concerns if the concept ever turned into a consumer product.".........Such us Cyborg.......how sad
LukeLT63: It reminds me of the form (in the body) my Canon PowerShot S45, glorious and excellent machine of 4,0 megapixel.
.....Jpeg and Raw
It reminds me of the form (in the body) my Canon PowerShot S45, glorious and excellent machine of 4,0 megapixel.
Zvonko: Don't tell the Chinese.
ah ah ah :-) Good joke this! Seriously belonging is not a good period for Nikon. The problem is all electronic technology ......... like cars ..... is the price you pay when you rely on electronics ... in some ways it was better mechanics
oselimg: A camera (K3) never revieved by Dpreview wins it. Isn't this a proof that people don't refer to this site when buying a camera or at least a DSLR? Can infantile trollheads and gearheads take some lessons from this phenomenon and finally grow up or is it a wishful thinking?
Finally give advice on DPReview in taking care always to provide full-text articles in the same way (which today are many and interesting) on each new camera in order to give more and more possible information to its users for help them in their search. This is just my humble opinion that can be shared or not.