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Old Feb 19, 2010, 11:49 AM   #31
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Here's a review from a Wedding Photographer - Mark, are you paying attention?
http://hofferphotography.com/2010/02...ark-iv-review/
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Old Feb 20, 2010, 10:39 AM   #32
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Here's a review from a Wedding Photographer - Mark, are you paying attention?
http://hofferphotography.com/2010/02...ark-iv-review/
You already know I want one, but currently shooting more sports again here in Egypt, fortunately the 7D is holding up well (part of me wishes I'd packed the 1D3 but hey I like what I'm getting and no one here I've seen at any sports event, wedding or portrait shoot is using anything in the 7D realm let alone 1 series.

Back to this, I've just seen one of my fave wedding photographers has done some hands on stuff and can be found at http://newsletter.canon-europe.com/W...s/default.aspx
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Old Feb 21, 2010, 10:37 PM   #33
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Mark glad to hear your having fun. Sometimes it more about how the photographer uses the camera that what camera they have. Hopefully you still have plenty of storage room on whatever drive or computer you brought along..... This sounds like a really good camera. I am awaiting to see what the Sony A700 replacement is and how it tests....... I enjoyed seeing your horse pictures especially the one where the horse throw the rider.......

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Old Feb 22, 2010, 9:41 AM   #34
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i can only pity canon.

As NHL said, though the number of users are very less in the big picture the canon image is hurt so bad that i dont see them recover as fast as one may think. its going to take more than just proving RG right.

But i believe RG was an important factor for canon to get their credibility up. Media is too powerful and words of RG true or false will definitely dent canons chances of recovery.

I live in India now, i can clearly say that Nikon is the most famous camera here and D300 and D300s are the most successful camera here.

Canon is definitely not the choice of many here.

And i am still happy with my mark III. A great work horse...
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Old Mar 1, 2010, 9:18 AM   #35
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Here's the first take I've seen from photographer at the Olympics. From Al Bello - Getty Images photographer. And a critic of the 1dmkIII (yes I know some people here have suggested the mkIII fiasco was all a figment of RG's imagination). Anyway, interesting opinion on mkIV performance as well as his opinion on a full frame sports camera..
http://www.sportsshooter.com/news/2380
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Here's the first take I've seen from photographer at the Olympics. From Al Bello - Getty Images photographer. And a critic of the 1dmkIII (yes I know some people here have suggested the mkIII fiasco was all a figment of RG's imagination). Anyway, interesting opinion on mkIV performance as well as his opinion on a full frame sports camera..
http://www.sportsshooter.com/news/2380
thanks for sharing John, an interesting take, the story deepens...
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