Thursday, June 29, 2017

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV 30.4 Megapixel Full Frame 4K DSLR Camera | Review 2016-2017

February 27, 2017 by  
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*New for 2016-2017* The new 30.4 megapixel Canon EOS 5D Mark IV is Canon’s newest Full Frame digital SLR, the follow on model to the extremely popular 5D Mark III. The new 5D Mark IV is not only upgraded to address picture quality, but is putting in features that will make filmmakers more productive. This model adds 4K Cinematic Video recording capability (24, 25, & 30 fps). You can shoot 4K Video and later extract 8.8 megapixel screen grabs from each frame of the 4K video. Previous 5D versions have been used to film both TV shows and Movies, including Walking Dead, Hawaii Five-O, 24, and many more. This model will be popular with photo journalists that require both photos and video. This is the first EOS 5D version with Touchscreen Capability and the resolution has been bumped up 1.62 million dots. The latest Dual Pixel CMOS AF Autofocus system is installed (first introduced in Canon 70D & 80D models). For speed the camera has upgraded to the latest Digic 6+ chip, and the burst rate has increased to 7fps even with the higher megapixel count. Other features include 61 AF points, ISO 100-32000, Added WiFi, NFC and GPS, New Meter Sensor. This model won our BEST OF 2017 Award for Full Frame Cameras.
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Best Rated Full Frame DSLRs – Comparison and Reviews (2016-2017)

January 5, 2017 by  
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Best Rated Full-Frame Digital DSLRs- This is a roundup of the top-rated full frame digital SLRs.. Full frame Digital SLRs have the same size imaging sensor as a frame of 35mm film (used in film SLRs). These type of SLRs are used by Professionals as they will give you a bigger and brighter viewfinder, more […]

Nikon D810 36.3 Megapixel FX-Format Digital SLR Camera (2015 Model)

June 19, 2016 by  
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*New for 2015* The Full Frame FX Nikon D810 36.3 megapixel SLR has the most megapixels of any SLR Nikon has produced to date (other than the D800 it replaces). The D810 shares many of the features of the best Nikon SLRs and some new ones as well. It is capable of 36.1 megapixel medium format images with low noise. This model has increased the ISO range (64-12800) and drops the optical low pass filter for greater detail. Full HD 1080p 60fps Video mode with a headphone jack, microphone jack, uncompressed HDMI out, Audio monitoring, and a dedicated movie record button. You can shoot in either FX or DX movie formats. Video can be shot with full manual control and you can view live video with an external monitor through the HDMI. Another new feature is the built-in HDR (high dynamic range) function which can create a single image that combines two exposures for a better image. A time lapse photography mode is included. Dual Slots for SD and CF cards. New EXPEED 4 processor is 30% faster (lower noise & faster AF)
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Canon EOS 5D Mark III 22.3 Megapixel Full Frame DSLR Camera | Review

January 9, 2015 by  
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The 22.3 megapixel Canon EOS 5D Mark III is Canon’s newest Full Frame digital SLR, the follow on model to the extremely popular 5D Mark II. It shares many features with the more expensive EOS 1D X that we previewed at CES 2012. Canon was caught by surprise at the popularity of the 5D Mark II’s use as a filmmaking tool for TV shows and movies. The 5D Mark II was used in recent movies and TV shows such as Act of Valor, Red Tails, House, Walking Dead, 24 and many more. The new 5D Mark III is not only upgraded to address picture quality, but is putting in features that will make filmmakers have an even more productive tool. Key upgrades are an ISO of 100-25600, 61 AF points (up from 19), Burst mode to 6 fps from 3.9, Headphone jack, Manual audio level monitoring and adjustment, Dual SD and CF cards, HDR Mode, Time code, More video compression options. The powerful Digic 5+ chip allows this camera to improve both picture and video quality, as well as help reduce artifacts. Canon has added a new dedicated LiveView/Movie button to the camera.
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