Canon 5D Mark III just unveiled

Time to replace my old gear with this:

The Canon EOS 5D Mark III Digital Camera (Body Only) is a full-frame 22.3MP DSLR featuring exceptional still image and movie recording capabilities. Integrating Canon’s new DIGIC 5+ Image Processor and 14-bit A/D conversion, this camera is able to produce superbly detailed imagery with immense low-light sensitivity that is further aided by an extended ISO range up to 102400. Image quality is further enhanced by the new 61-point high density reticular autofocus, including up to 41 cross-type AF points and 5 dual diagonal AF points for ensured sharpness. iFCL metering works in conjunction with the AF system and uses color information from scenes to produce accurate exposure readings using a 63 zone dual-layer metering sensor. HDR and Multiple Exposure modes provide greater creative opportunities and help you to reduce the amount of post-production time needed to produce high quality imagery. The 5D Mark III is also capable of recording full HD video with manual exposure control and in multiple frame rates, including 1080/30p and 720/60p. Still images can also be recorded up to 6fps.

Image review is possible using the 1,040,000-dot 3.2″ Clear View II LCD monitor, which features a high-transparency, reflection resistant multi-coating for adequate viewing under bright conditions. The Intelligent Viewfinder also integrates a superimposed LCD providing you with exposure information and features a 100% field of view.

A highly durable magnesium-allow body surrounds the components and offers increased dust and weather resistance. An updated EOS Integrated Cleaning system also helps to reduce and remove dust within the camera body. Several of the physical controls on the camera body are fully customizable for a more efficient workflow and more convenient handling scheme. Dual CF and SD memory card support also increases the compatibility of the camera. Support is also provided for the optional Canon Wireless File Transmitter and GPS receiver for remote logging, tracking, and sending of your imagery.

22.3 Megapixel Full-Frame CMOS Sensor
A newly designed 22.3MP full-frame CMOS sensor is incorporated into the 5D Mark III providing you with highly detailed, rich images with a maximum resolution of 5616 x 3744 pixels. The sensor is also features a high S/N ratio and larger individual pixels for increased visual depth and cleaner looking images. A new photodiode structure and increased photoelectric conversion rate also helps to improve the overall sensitivity of the sensor, resulting in a reduction in image noise and improved high ISO performance.
DIGIC 5+ Image Processor
Processing speed and power are increased to promote significantly greater overall performance and response from all aspects of the camera. New algorithms are incorporated in order to promote better noise reduction for higher ISOs and chromatic aberration compensation. The increase in processing speed also helps to improve the continuous shooting rate, bringing it to 6 full-resolution frames-per-second.
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Honda z50 mini trail

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Honda z50

i used to own this minitrail bought it for $500 somewhere in Fort Worth TX area and held it for awhile played with it, then sold it to my cousin who is in the Philippines. The shipping was bad since I have to disassemble it and put it in boxes; I am glad he is now interested in restoring it and doing some mods.

While I still have 2 Honda minis 1975 z50 and a 1985 z50, But I dont have it here in US, sent it to Philippines also, where my dad is keeping it running and tuned while I supply the parts to make it pretty.

Will post pictures of it later.



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Yahoo vs Google Search Engine

Comparingthe search results of Yahoo from Google; though Yahoo Search is run by BIng.com; to me Yahoo Search is giving me best results than Google.  Google search to me is is so manipulated that the first 10 results sometimes are ads and pertains to go google sites like YouTube and Google+ entries which are not so relevant to what I am looking.

Yahoo Search has been doing great gives you direct resluts and the one that you need. Nothing less. Try it so you will know.

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Canon vs Nikon DSLR

When I bought my first DSLR, It was Canon who was dominating the market and users; as evident by what you see when you watch photo journalists in TV and in Super Bowl recently.

Looks like Canon Journalists have been outnumbered by Nikon users. Recently my friend changed his Canon 5D Mark II plus a bunch of expensive lenses to Nikon.

What is going on? I don’t want to accept it… but I think I will be switching gears too.

Bye Canon in few months, unless you improve…

 


i think canon is losing market share because they are now giving discounts to buy their DSLRs and Lenses. Will be selling my CAnon DSLR Camera soon, unless…