Richt2000: Looks a great great camera. However this won't sell like the 5D2 did:
- Many 5D2 owners won't upgrade like they did from 5D1 to 5D2- D800/D800e will be more appealing for Landscape and Studio people going into a system from scratch- More expensive than 5D2 on launch dates
If I was still working a 5D1 and already had L glass, I'd buy it, but as a happy 5D2 / 1DsIII owner, This will be the first time in 10 years I don't crave for any of the latest full frame Canon offerings.
The price for the 5d2 was less than the 5d1, so it also got people from the 20D/30D to upgrade to a full frame.
I gotta say, I'm a lil disappointed in the performance so far.
Carlos Nascimento: Dye or pigment inks? You do not mention this important information in your report.
tman1991: $360 for a set of ink!!
Looks like you're talking about $.80/ml for ink on this printer. If you get the 4900, it's $1100 for a full set if ink but the cartridges are 200ml as opposed to 35ml on this printer. Therefore, we're talking about $.50/ml for ink. If you do a lot of printing, the better printers are a no brainer but this one is a reasonable middle ground for the serious hobbyest.
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