1D Mark V

We’ve been in on-again/off-again mode for Canon DSLR rumors over the past couple of days.  And now, it looks like we may be on again with a new Canon 1-Series DSLR for next Tuesday, complete with specs in tow. [click to continue…]

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Canon Ad Today

The rumormill has exploded over the past week or so with reports of new DSLR models coming from both Nikon and Canon.  The latest rumors suggest a high level of confidence in Canon’s release of a new DSLR on Tuesday, October 18. [click to continue…]

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Canon CPS VIP Event

Canon Europe sent out an invite for a CPS VIP event on October 18, a date which had previously been rumored as a announcement date for the Canon 1D Mark V or 1Ds Mark IV.

Rumored specs for the Canon pro camera are as follows: [click to continue…]

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Canon 1Ds Mark IV

Not only is Canon looking to put wireless TTL radio flash sync in future cameras, it is also working on technology to sync remote cameras with your primary camera.

According to a recently published patent application, Canon may be putting wireless camera syncing inside a future 1D/1Ds series body. We saw a hint of this in an earlier patent application, but this more recent application sheds some light on the breadth of the features. [click to continue…]

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Canon 1Ds Mark IV

Canon 1Ds Mark IV on Canon Website

When I first saw this list for extended warranty options showing the Canon 1Ds Mark IV, I figured it was a typo since it’s pretty common to see the 1D Mark IV mistakenly listed as the 1Ds Mark IV (even on some of Canon’s sites).

However, this was actually a separate listing from the 1D Mark IV and the 1Ds Mark III, already in the chart above.  And, the 1Ds Mark IV listing was a different price. [click to continue…]

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Canon-5D

This seems to be the most consistent rumor on the Canon side of the coin for some time now.  That is, we get a new 1Ds camera in 2011, while the 5D Mark III is pushed off until next year. [click to continue…]

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