Canon EOS 1D Mark II N

Discussion in 'Canon' started by l e o, Aug 11, 2005.

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    l e o Guest

    From the first page of the 5D Spec PDF. What spec do you think it has?
    I guess just a minor update like D70 to D70s, possibly won't be full
    frame. Plot is getting thick.
    l e o, Aug 11, 2005
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    Canongirly Guest

    WHO CARES?!!
    Canongirly, Aug 11, 2005
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    RichA Guest

    Someone got clever and used the "liquify" feature in PS to create it
    out of a 20D. :)
    RichA, Aug 11, 2005
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    Rox-off Guest

    Thick like you.
    Rox-off, Aug 11, 2005
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    l e o Guest

    Funny, all three Canon bashers have been captured.
    l e o, Aug 11, 2005
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    Rox-off Guest

    Funny as in "ha-ha" funny, or funny as in "queer" funny?

    I don't bash Canon all that much. Just the lamers who think they have
    somehow bought into a better line of products when they proudly announce
    how "superior" Canon is. Fortunately I have extensive experience with both
    systems, unlike most other protagonists on these forums.
    Rox-off, Aug 11, 2005
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    l e o Guest

    At least a civilized person, like me, don't bash Nikon.
    l e o, Aug 12, 2005
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    Darrell Guest

    The PDF is a HOAX and the mark II N is also a hoax. It is unlikey Canon
    would use a KM Trademark
    Darrell, Aug 12, 2005
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    Brian Baird Guest

    You can't trademark "5D." Too broad.

    "EOS 5D" or "Maxxum 5D" are a different matter entirely...
    Brian Baird, Aug 12, 2005
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    Darrell Guest

    There are at least two trademarks 5D registered on the USPTO, neither is for
    a camera. Why would Canon then chose to call a camera after a known
    entry-level product. 5D has been known as long as the 7D (also 9D) Is Canon
    marketing really that bad?

    What is happening on August 22, 2005? There will be a Nikon D200 announced
    sometime this year, but I don't see why they would issue a "full-frame" dSLR
    and a mk.II N which would presumably be a 1.3X FOV. Somebody is pulling
    someone's leg on this one.
    Darrell, Aug 12, 2005
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    Brian Baird Guest

    I'm not holding my breath. It would be interesting if a full frame dSLR
    came in at 12 megapixels and under $5000. Certainly would put a crunch
    on Nikon to go full-frame.
    Brian Baird, Aug 12, 2005
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    l e o Guest

    We are "pretty" certain Canon can deliver a full frame dSLR at 12
    megapixels and under $5000 (maybe be even $3500). BUT for a 1DMK2, it
    has to be able to handle at least 8.3fps. It might not yet be possible
    with the current DIGIC II processor. Is DIGIC III coming up? My guess is
    it'll be just minor update. The next 1DMK3 will likely merge 1Ds (full
    frame) and 1D (fast frame rate) using the D2X technique.
    l e o, Aug 12, 2005
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    Brian Baird Guest

    I wouldn't be surprised to see something along those lines.
    Brian Baird, Aug 12, 2005
  14. Um, the Kodak DCS-14n was there several years ago. In Nikon mount
    first (though they did do a Canon version too, later). 14 megapixels,
    in fact.
    David Dyer-Bennet, Aug 12, 2005
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    Brian Baird Guest

    Yeah, but it sucked compared to the 1Ds. Moire, noise, color balance.
    Plus, it wasn't built like a pro body.

    NIKON actually does make nice dSLRs, they should make one full frame so
    they can actually take advantage of the strongest area of their lens
    lineup: the wide angle zooms.
    Brian Baird, Aug 12, 2005
  16. Well, yes, I do know people said all those things. It sounded to me
    like people were quite happy with it as a studio camera, and not so
    much in other uses.

    Anyway, it didn't seem to be so bad that we should pretend it didn't
    David Dyer-Bennet, Aug 13, 2005
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    JPS Guest

    In message <>,
    JPS, Aug 13, 2005
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