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Old Dec 16, 2008, 4:00 PM   #11
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SX10 - (without HD, only 640x480) is 1/3 cheaper then SX1

SX1 - CMOS sensor 1/2.3" (3x as fast as CCD) - 0.40" EVF 16:9,148.000 pixels, display 2.8" 230.000 pixels

SX10 - CCD sensor 1/2.3" - 0.44" EVF 4:3, 235.000 pixels, display 2.5" 230.000 pixles

EVF pixel density of both camerasis ~ the same. Of course G1's EVF is lonely peak :-)

SX1 isfirst camera which has 16:9 EVF - I think there was no big selection for such EVFs.


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Old Dec 17, 2008, 4:42 PM   #12
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Videoclip (165 MB, ~ 30 sec) - ohne Beleuchtung, voll zappenduster, nur eine Kerze brennt. Original 1920x1080, 43 Mbps

video (165mb, ~ 30 sec) - no light, only one candle, sx1-original, 1920x1080, 43 mbps

http://rapidshare.com/files/174358066/MVI_0325.MOV.html


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Stereo is also included (hehe, same video bitrate like 6x expensive 5DMkII which has only MONO sound).
Actually the 5D does have stereo audio if you connect an external microphone, but you would be right in that it doesn't include it onboard. I thought it would've been a bit odd for such an expensive camera not to have stereo at all. Quite why theydidn't include a stereo microphoneon board is beyond me. I know it's a prosumer camera but even so for that priceyou'd think it woudl be standard.
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an external micro on an (expensive) camera which has no movable display and isn't simple to hold like a $-99-camcorder ... then you need a $-2500-Redrock thing ... and you look like a disabled in a wheelchair



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Old Dec 20, 2008, 10:57 AM   #16
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deutsches Handbuch zur G10

http://de.software.canon-europe.com/...608.asp?model=

deutsches Handbuch zur SX1

http://de.software.canon-europe.com/...628.asp?model=

deutsches Handbuch zur SX10

http://de.software.canon-europe.com/...585.asp?model=
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Old Dec 20, 2008, 11:42 AM   #17
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SX1 macro ... only 60W-bulb














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Old Dec 20, 2008, 2:24 PM   #18
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this picture is original, not shrinked- 640x480, made with SX1 with 80x safety zoom - that means: optical, not digital.

horse head is ~ 4 cm, camera distance (on tripod) is ~ 4.5 meters.

lights: 1x 60W-bulb / 1x small 20W spot light



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1600x1200 - 46x optical zoom (4:3)



2272x1704 - 28x opt. zoom (4:3)



1920x1080 - 40x opt. zoom (16:9)






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Old Dec 21, 2008, 10:48 AM   #19
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Thanks for posting those great pictures. I'm especially interested in the safety zoom feature since I'm assuming it's the same in the SX10,.....at least I hope it is. Your safety zoom shots are amazing.

I'm going to go look at my SX10 manual and see if I can figure out how to do that!

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SX10 has same safety zoom 28x / 46x / 80x - no wide 1920x108040x of course.
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