Canon 5D Mark II is Official Camera of the President

by on January 15, 2009

in Canon,News

For the first time, the official photo of the President of the United States was taken with a digital camera . . . the Canon EOS 5D Mark II to be exact.  Pete Souza, the new White House photographer, is a Canon shooter.  Previously, he shot with the 5D.  Since being named the “First Photographer”, however, he picked up the 5D Mark II.  More details at Change.gov.

I found this rather ironic while working on my 5D Mark II review today that I came across this news.  I’ll have the review out next week I hope.  However, if it’s good enough for the President, it’s probably good enough for you too.

For now, stay tuned to Photography Bay’s Canon 5D Mark II Reviews and Resources for the latest.

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{ 2 comments }

1 Michael Warf January 15, 2009 at 10:34 am

Makes sense, given all the media hype. Lets hope the next administration sees the light (and uses a Nikon). ;-)

2 Judd Furlong January 15, 2009 at 5:17 pm

Man, canon is in the zone now. Woot woot

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