Konica-Minolta 5D vs Canon EOS 5D

Discussion in 'Minolta' started by Darrell, Aug 17, 2005.

  1. Darrell

    Toa Guest

    Its supposed specs are weirdly close to the old Canon EOS5, which predated
    I don't think any of that is under dispute.

    Toa, Aug 19, 2005
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  2. Darrell

    Skip M Guest

    Wow, if he was, that went so far afield of me as to be unnoticed...
    Skip M, Aug 19, 2005
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  3. Yes, there are a handful of posters who don't do much except promote or
    bash, and if they can't do that well, they simply argue
    about/on/over/in/around just about anything.

    Maybe we could avoid 'em?

    John McWilliams

    Max thought the night-time burglary at the California surfing museum
    would be a safe caper, but that was before he spotted the security cop
    riding a bull mastiff, blond hair blowing in the wind, and noticed the
    blue-and-white sign wired to the cyclone fence, "Guard dude on doggy."
    [Bulwer-Lytton entry]
    John McWilliams, Aug 19, 2005
  4. Dimitri Cohen, Aug 21, 2005
  5. Darrell

    Toa Guest


    From there
    NOTE: This data is speculative. Canon has NOT confirmed any of this
    information, it is based only on documents openly found on the web which may
    or may not be accurate. I have no direct knowledge as to whether this
    information is accurate - though if I didn't think there was some basis to
    it, I wouldn't put it here. We will all have to wait for an official Canon
    Press Release to confirm (or repudiate) this data. That may happen on August
    22/23 if you believe the web rumors. As they say on psychic TV, all this is
    for "entertainment purposes only"!
    Same photos/artwork used in that one too
    Yup, but until we know for sure in a day or so it's still speculation

    Toa, Aug 21, 2005
  6. You are comparing a turnip to a truffle.

    The 5D is/will be a full frame truffle with the L lenses for sauce.


    "A combat photographer should be able to make you see the
    color of blood in black and white"

    David Douglas Duncan
    Speaking on why in Vietnam
    he worked only in black and white
    John A. Stovall, Aug 21, 2005
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