Ya it is finally out, the long a wait Canon 5D Mark II
-New 21.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor with improved EOS Integrated Cleaning System (E.I.C.S.)
-New Full HD 1080 resolution movie recording
-3.9 frames per second continuous shooting
-High performance DiG!C 4 processor providing superb image quality
-Maximum 310 large JPEG images in a single burst with a UDMA card
-3.0” VGA (920k dots) Clear View LCD
-ISO 100-6400 (expansion from 50 up to 25,600)
-9 AF points + 6 Assist AF points
Pricing & Availability:
-The EOS 5D Mark II (body only) is available from end of November 2008 priced at £2299.99 / €2999.99 RRP inc. VAT.
-The EOS 5D Mark II, EF 24-105mm f4.0L IS USM kit is available from end of November 2008 priced at £3049.99 / €3999.99 RRP inc. VAT.
Quoted from Canon
Please click here to view sample photos taken with the new Canon 5D MK II
Ever since this page went up http://www.canon.com/moon/en/index.html it is getting everyone excited. A lot of rumours has surface on the internet that it could be the 5D replacement namely 5D MK II or 7D. However, nothing has been released on the spec except for some 'prediction'. Can't wait for it to launch !
This video was a response from EA Sports to a user who found a 'glitch' in Tiger Woods 09 Game
Fungus can grow inside a lens if it has moisture being left there for a long time. However, fungus can easily be killed if they got expose to sunlight. That said, you should use your lens regularly (every week) and rest assure you shouldn't have fungus. Shoot an object a day, keep the fungus away ! hahaha
Unluckily, one of the lens my brother own has fungus in it and I have decided to give it a try to remove it.
I shall warn you DO NOT FOLLOW WHAT I WILL SHOW YOU BELOW. DO NOT ! DO IT AT YOUR OWN RISK !
This is how fungus looks like on my brother's Konica Minolta 75-300mm f4.5-5.6
I got panic for a while when I cannot transfer to photoshop the photo i wanted to edit using the short cut Alt + P in DPP. I thought I pressed the wrong short cut, and thus i decided to do it the manual way by clicking on Tools -> Transfer to Photoshop. Deng it still fail !
I have been into this situation before, what I did was to make sure Photoshop is my default application to open *.TIF. After that it's all back to normal again. So I decided to blog it and so I'll had it permanently.