EOSHD is concerned that camera manufacturers are beginning to experience heat issues with their CMOS sensors as megapixel counts increase.
It’s been a long time coming but this year Canon will release the product which will finally move DSLR video forward after a long period of relative stagnation, the 5D Mark 3.
Here are 10 reasons to look forward to it.
It has been a long wait for the 5D Mark 3 and 1DS Mark IV, EOSHD.com explains why.
As we know, things have been quiet on the Canon again grapevine since Photokina. Throughout the year Canon have not advanced their flagship DSLRs as we hoped they would, and Photokina 2010 marked the 3 year point in Canon’s product cycle for the 1DS. The camera did not show, so people began speculating as to why.
The Canon Expo ([url]https://expo.usa.canon.com) is about to kick off, and features an overwhelming bias toward HD DSLR video, with seminars by Shane Hurlbut, Vincent LaForet, Alex Buono, Russel Carpenter and Rodney Charters.