Canon 40D Leaked Photos . . . . Finally!

by on August 3, 2007

in Canon,Gear,News,Rumors

Everybody and their brother is reporting on these latest images that look like true studio shots of the Canon 40D that originated over at slrclub. They’re no longer up over there, but it looks like there’s a few million of these floating around on the web now.

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1 BWJones August 4, 2007 at 7:36 am

Hrmmmm….. Nice features, particularly the camera user settings which would be a nice addition allowing the user to program in quick settings for particular types of photography. I am still not sure this will get me to upgrade from my 20d though as I have really been waiting for a 5d mk II.

2 BWJones August 4, 2007 at 12:36 pm

Hrmmmm….. Nice features, particularly the camera user settings which would be a nice addition allowing the user to program in quick settings for particular types of photography. I am still not sure this will get me to upgrade from my 20d though as I have really been waiting for a 5d mk II.

3 Max August 12, 2007 at 3:15 am

Hi. My two-year old 20D just gave out and now I\'m borrowing my wife\'s backup Nikon D200 for my weekend wedding work. I will sure be one of the first to get the 40D. My hope is that Canon has made the viewfinder view larger as Nikon did with the D200. I find that I compose a bit better looking through the large viewfinder of the D200. I really don\'t care that much if they stayed with the 1.6x crop factor, it\'s the viewfinder area that I would really like to see improved, among other things, like weather-sealing (though I understand that won\'t happen with the 40D).

4 Max August 12, 2007 at 8:15 am

Hi. My two-year old 20D just gave out and now I’m borrowing my wife’s backup Nikon D200 for my weekend wedding work. I will sure be one of the first to get the 40D. My hope is that Canon has made the viewfinder view larger as Nikon did with the D200. I find that I compose a bit better looking through the large viewfinder of the D200. I really don’t care that much if they stayed with the 1.6x crop factor, it’s the viewfinder area that I would really like to see improved, among other things, like weather-sealing (though I understand that won’t happen with the 40D).

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