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|EOS-1D Mark III in Singapore|
|Written by Nature Sniper|
|Thursday, 05 April 2007|
The arrival of affordable DSLR cameras has, undisputedly, paved the way for many casual photographers to finally make the leap forward in advancing their photography know-how. If you were to take a quick look back in time, you should have no difficulty recalling all the buzz and busy marketing done for the lower rung of DSLR cameras. Canon's EOS 300D, EOS 350D, EOS 400D and even the EOS 5D have all but livened up the photography community. While the EOS 5D does not fall under Canon's affordable DSLR series, it is just as revolutionary, though more in the product positioning versus technology sense than absolute affordability.
An introduction of Canon10.1 megapixel EOS-1D Mark III digital SLR.
Speed of a camera is always a concern for professional photographers. To cater to this crowd, the EOS-1D Mark II is capable of 8.5 FPS for up to a maximum of 40 frames in JPG mode or 20 frames in RAW mode. Corresponding to that capturing speed is a fast data transfer speed of 5MB/s, which is necessary to prevent data storage from being a performance bottleneck. Following that was the introduction of Canon's DIGIC II processor and a high ISO 3200 sensor sensitivity. Without going into the mundane specifics, it is this combination of qualities that gives the EOS-1D Mark II its high level of performance.
The EOS Mark III will be retailing between SGD$6,000 and $7,000.
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