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  1. Elle ramasse la poussière, je ne l'utilise pas à cause de ma canon 16-35L. À qui la chance? 250$.
  2. Intéressant, plus gros mois de juin depuis les jeux olympiques! Sur LaPresse Affaires : Saison touristique 2010: départ canon pour Montréal Dans le journal Métro : Les hôtels de Montréal ont fait le plein en juin
  3. Canon EOS 5D Mark II Hands-on Preview September 2008, Phil Askey and Richard Butler Preview based on a pre-production EOS 5D Mark II Back in August 2005 Canon 'defined a new DSLR category' (their words) with the EOS 5D. Unlike any previous 'full frame' sensor camera, the 5D was the first with a compact body (i.e. not having an integral vertical grip) and has since then proved to be very popular, perhaps because if you wanted a full frame DSLR to use with your Canon lenses and you didn't want the chunky EOS-1D style body then the EOS 5D has been your only choice. Three years on and two competitors have turned up in the shape of the Nikon D700 and Sony DSLR-A900, and Canon clearly believes it's time for a refresh. So here is the 5D Mark II, which punches high in terms of both resolution and features, headlining: 21 megapixels, 1080p video, 3.0" VGA LCD, Live view, higher capacity battery. In other words, a camera that aims to leapfrog both its direct rivals, either in terms of resolution (in the case of the D700) or features (in the case of the DSLR-A900). Full detail below. Key features / improvements 21 megapixel CMOS sensor (very similar to the sensor in the EOS-1Ds Mark III) Sensor dust reduction by vibration of filter ISO 100 - 6400 calibrated range, ISO 50 - 25600 expansion (1Ds Mark III & 5D max ISO 3200) Auto ISO (100 - 3200) in all modes except manual 3.9 frames per second continuous shooting DIGIC 4 processor, new menus / interface as per the EOS 50D Image processing features: Highlight tone priority Auto lighting optimizer (4 levels) High ISO noise reduction (4 levels) Lens peripheral illumination correction (vignetting correction) [*]RAW and SRAW1 (10 MP) / SRAW2 (5 MP) [*]RAW / JPEG selection made separately [*]Permanent display of ISO on both top plate and viewfinder displays [*]AF microadjustment (up to 20 lenses individually) [*]Three custom modes on command dial, Creative Auto mode [*]Image copyright metadata support [*]98% coverage viewfinder (0.71x magnification) [*]3.0" 920,000 dot LCD monitor with 'Clear View' cover / coatings, 170° viewing angle [*]Automatic LCD brightness adjustment (ambient light sensor) [*]Live view with three mode auto-focus (including face detection) [*]No mirror-flip for exposures in Live View if contrast detect AF selected [*]Movie recording in live view (1080p H.264 up to 12 minutes, VGA H.264 up to 24 mins per clip) [*]Two mode silent shooting (in live view) [*]New jump options in play mode [*]HDMI and standard composite (AV) video out [*]Full audio support: built-in mic and speaker, mic-in socket, audio-out over AV (although not HDMI) [*]IrPort (supports IR remote shutter release using optional RC1 / RC5 controllers) [*]UDMA CompactFlash support [*]New 1800 mAh battery with improved battery information / logging [*]New optional WFT-E4 WiFi / LAN / USB vertical grip [*]Water resistance: 10 mm rain in 3 minutes
  4. Just took this picture, inside le Centre mondial du Commerce testing the Canon 5D @ 17mm
  5. Cette camera deviens une serieuse candidate pour etre ma prochaine caméra si Canon ne sorta pas la 5D v2. ------------------------------------------------------ The world’s fastest D-SLR – remastered EOS-1D Mark III: The new benchmark Canon today sets new standards for professional photography with the launch of the EOS-1D Mark III. Delivering 10 frames per second at 10.1 Megapixels for a maximum burst of 110 Large JPEG images (30 in RAW), the EOS-1D Mark III replaces the EOS-1D Mark II N as the world’s fastest digital SLR. Dual “DIGIC III” processors drive the camera’s high speed, high resolution performance, and bring 14-bit image processing to the EOS series for the first time. A ground-up redesign introduces a host of new features and advancements to Canon’s flagship EOS-1 series, including a 3.0” LCD with Live View mode, EOS Integrated Cleaning System, new auto focus system with 19 cross-type sensors, and 63-zone exposure metering. The camera’s APS-H size (28.1 x 18.7 mm) CMOS sensor enables a wider 100-3200 ISO range as standard, expandable to L:50 and H:6400. “The EOS-1D Mark III represents a complete reappraisal of everything Canon has learned over the past 20 years of EOS development,” said Tsunemasa Ohara, Senior General Manager, Camera Development Center, Canon Inc. “In building this camera, we started with a blank canvas. Every facet of the photographic process has been refined, every design decision re-evaluated to bring us to this point: a camera that combines familiar EOS ergonomics with a vastly enhanced specification. Our engineers are overjoyed with the result.” Key features 10.1 Megapixel APS-H CMOS sensor 10 fps continuous shooting for up to 110 frames Dual “DIGIC III” processors New auto focus system with 19 cross type sensors EOS Integrated Cleaning System ISO 3200 (expandable to H:6400) 3.0” LCD with Live View mode Wider, brighter viewfinder Picture Style1 The choice of professionals The EOS-1D line has enjoyed massive popularity among the world’s leading sports, reportage and wildlife photographers, with international wire agencies AFP, Getty and Reuters choosing Canon for their photographers. “The people at Canon are great to work with because they listen to photographers. It’s their attention to detail and the pace of innovation that makes EOS the system of choice,” explained Stephen Munday, Director of Operations – Editorial, Getty Images. Exceptional image quality Canon’s dual “DIGIC III” processors deliver unprecedented levels of speed, responsiveness and image quality. Ready to shoot within 0.2 seconds of power on, the EOS-1D Mark III can capture and process over 100 Megapixels of image data per second, rapidly clearing the image buffer to allow up to 110 frames in one burst. Images are processed at 14 bits for a total colour depth of up to 16,384 tones per pixel, compared to 4,096 tones from 12 bit images. The third generation CMOS sensor incorporates a new pixel design that works together with on-chip noise reduction circuitry to ensure high image quality at ISO 3200. The option to expand to H:6400 will benefit professionals working in news and sports locations where the use of flash is not permitted or desired. Greater precision, more control Canon has redesigned its auto focus system to include 19 cross-type sensors with sensitivity up to f/2.8, spread out across the AF area to better accommodate off-centre subjects. An additional 26 AF assist points are used to aid AF tracking for improved accuracy. Responding to professional photographer requests, a dedicated AF button on the back of the camera allows users to instantly switch auto focus on or off while keeping their eye on the viewfinder. The viewfinder is now brighter and offers a wider angle of view. The camera’s new 63-zone metering system gives photographers greater level of control over exposure. New LCD with Live View The bright 3.0” LCD monitor provides 230K pixels resolution for precise framing and reviewing of shots. New to EOS, Live View mode enables photographers to frame without having to look through the viewfinder – particularly useful for shooting from awkward positions. The menu system on the EOS-1D Mark III has been completely redesigned to take advantage of the LCD size – menus are easier to read and use. A choice of 57 custom functions gives photographers more options for customising camera settings to their daily working requirements. A new My Menu option allows photographers to store frequently used settings on a separate menu for faster access. Settings for new accessories such as the Speedlite 580EX II and Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E2 – also released today – can be controlled directly from the LCD. Total reliability The EOS-1D Mark III incorporates a range of practical enhancements for the working photographer. Shutter durability has been increased by 50% to 300,000 cycles. The body is protected by a magnesium alloy casing with dust and moisture resistant seals. The EOS Integrated Cleaning System provides further reliability by reducing sensor dust, minimising the need for manual cleaning on assignment. To avoid corruption of captured images, a warning appears on the LCD and an alarm sounds if the memory card door is opened while images are still being written. Interfaces include video out (for display in both NTSC and PAL formats) and USB 2.0. Compatibility and accessories Canon is marking today’s launch with the release of several additions to the professional EOS system: EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM – A fast, ultra wide-angle zoom lens delivering exceptional image quality throughout the aperture range. Speedlite 580EX II – An update of the Speedlite 580EX that offers weather resistance when attached to the EOS-1D Mark III. Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E2 – Smaller, lighter and more versatile than its predecessor, the WFT-E2 speeds up workflows by allowing photographers to transmit images wirelessly during the shoot. Original Data Security Kit OSK-E3 – Verifies the authenticity of images taken with the camera and supports image encryption for additional security. Software The EOS-1D Mark III is supplied with a comprehensive software suite to help the photographer’s workflow. This includes Digital Photo Professional (DPP), a powerful RAW converter that provides complete RAW image processing control. DPP integrates with cameras features such as the Dust Delete Data and Picture Style. The camera also comes with EOS Utility, ImageBrowser/Zoom Browser and Photostitch.
  6. <iframe src="http://player.vimeo.com/video/14821961" width="640" height="360" frameborder="0"></iframe><p><a href=" ">HDR Video Demonstration Using Two Canon 5D mark II's</a> from <a href="http://vimeo.com/sovietmontage'>http://vimeo.com/sovietmontage">Soviet Montage</a> on <a href="http://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p> Qui a une Canon 5D mk2? J'en ai une, on pourrait faire un petit clip à Montréal
  7. Voilà, j'aimerais m'acheter un nouvel appareil, j'ai un buget de 500$ que je ne sais pas comment dépenser. Qu'est-ce qui est le mieux ? Un meilleur appareil et pas de lentille ou un moins bon appareil avec une lentille ? Je favorise canon, mais je ne sais pas si c'est ce qu'il y a de mieux pour 500$, alors je vous demande conseil ?
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  9. Malek

    Chicago best of!

    Collection from a photographer in Chicago Myspace profile: http://www.myspace.com/delobbo Some of you may have seen these already but wanted to share for the rest of the class. click any pic for a larger version. I didn't use a tripod for any of these, but I did use ledges or other supporting structures to balance. As noted, many were hand-held (using burst shots). This is handy for instance when, you want to take a night shot in the middle of the street, with cars around. (EXIF for as many shots as I could find and/or applicable.) 6-shot panorama taken from Millenium Park - click for 1920px version EXIF from one of the main shots: Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Image Date: 2008:08:27 18:51:22 Flash Used: No Focal Length: 24.0mm Exposure Time: 0.100 s (1/10) Aperture: f/2.8 ISO equiv: 125 White Balance: Auto Metering Mode: Matrix Exposure: Manual Exposure Mode: Manual The Bean, single-shot HDR from RAW - click for 1920px version Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Image Date: 2008:08:27 18:26:29 Flash Used: No Focal Length: 48.0mm Exposure Time: 0.017 s (1/60) Aperture: f/2.8 ISO equiv: 125 White Balance: Auto Metering Mode: Matrix Exposure: Manual Exposure Mode: Manual Looking south down LaSalle Street towards the Board of Trade, Chicago. Single-shot HDR from RAW, hand-held. Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Image Date: 2008:08:26 19:16:38 Flash Used: No Focal Length: 28.0mm Exposure Time: 0.125 s (1/8) Aperture: f/2.8 ISO equiv: 125 White Balance: Auto Metering Mode: Matrix Exposure: Manual Exposure Mode: Manual 17-shot panorama of Lake Michigan, Grant Park, Chicago Loop, looking south from 39th floor on Randolph Street. Advisable to view large (1920px) Chicago at night. You may recognize some buildings from The Dark Knight.. Camera Model: NIKON D70 Image Date: 2005:07:05 22:30:14 Flash Used: No Focal Length: 18.0mm (35mm equivalent: 27mm) Exposure Time: 0.400 s (1/3) Aperture: f/3.5 White Balance: Auto Metering Mode: Matrix downtown Chicago, by the river and Marina City, IBM building.. b/w conversion. Camera Model: NIKON D70 Image Date: 2005:07:05 22:41:31 Flash Used: No Focal Length: 18.0mm (35mm equivalent: 27mm) Exposure Time: 0.200 s (1/5) Aperture: f/3.5 White Balance: Auto Metering Mode: Matrix looking north from Roosevelt, South Loop Chicago. 3-shot panorama from single-shot RAW HDR. click for 2560px version Railyard north of Roosevelt, Chicago. Single-shot HDR. Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Image Date: 2008:08:10 22:20:33 Flash Used: No Focal Length: 68.0mm Exposure Time: 0.200 s (1/5) Aperture: f/2.8 ISO equiv: 160 White Balance: Auto Metering Mode: Matrix Exposure: Manual Exposure Mode: Manual Navy Pier single-shot HDR panorama, Chicago. Navy Pier single-shot HDR panorama, Chicago. Made from 2 shots. 18-shot HDR (from single RAW) panorama, looking north from the Adams St bridge on the Chicago river. looking east from South Loop Chicago. 11-shot panorama (no HDR). missed a couple of shots to get a complete pano, I will most likely go back and redo this one - hopefully during more dramatic sky conditions as well. Of note, the white house towards the center of the picture is the Clarke House, which is regarded as the oldest surviving building in Chicago. Looking North down Michigan Avenue from Randolph Street. hand-held Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Image Date: 2008:08:26 19:01:01 Flash Used: No Focal Length: 70.0mm Exposure Time: 0.050 s (1/20) Aperture: f/2.8 ISO equiv: 125 White Balance: Auto Metering Mode: Matrix Exposure: Manual Exposure Mode: Manual heading to Chicago on 94-West. single-shot HDR Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Image Date: 2008:06:22 19:55:25 Flash Used: No Focal Length: 51.0mm Exposure Time: 0.067 s (1/15) Aperture: f/2.8 ISO equiv: 200 White Balance: Auto Metering Mode: Matrix Exposure: Manual Exposure Mode: Manual (not HDR) taken during the filming of Batman: The Dark Knight, Chicago Loop 2007. Single-shot HDR, hand-held. What you see in the middle with the spotlights surrounding it is the ramp leading to the lower level of Wacker drive - these are the scenes with the trucks going down/up the ramps and the related chase scenes. Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Image Date: Thu Aug 23 21:21:06 2007 Focal Length: 73.0mm Exposure Time: 0.386 s (1/3) Aperture: f/4.0 ISO equiv: 100 (not HDR) Camera Model: NIKON D70 Image Date: 2005:07:03 17:54:10 Flash Used: No Focal Length: 18.0mm (35mm equivalent: 27mm) Exposure Time: 0.0031 s (1/320) Aperture: f/9.0 White Balance: Auto Metering Mode: Matrix Stormy night.. 08/23/07.. facing west from Wacker Drive. Behind glass. multiple exposure HDR (3 or 4), the spots at the top are raindrops on the window.. Looking east from Franklin Street at Delaware at 5AM. Single-shot HDR. Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Image Date: 2008:06:22 04:17:16 Flash Used: No Focal Length: 32.0mm Exposure Time: 0.0050 s (1/200) Aperture: f/2.8 ISO equiv: 200 White Balance: Auto Metering Mode: Matrix Exposure: Manual Exposure Mode: Manual D70, 2005. note: this is one of my earlier HDR's, it is definitely on the "wilder" side.. intentionally. go Cubs! 34-shots, Canon SD550. Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Image Date: 2008:06:22 04:30:06 Flash Used: No Focal Length: 70.0mm Exposure Time: 0.0031 s (1/320) Aperture: f/2.8 ISO equiv: 200 White Balance: Auto Metering Mode: Matrix Exposure: Manual Exposure Mode: Manual Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Image Date: 2008:06:22 04:15:41 Flash Used: No Focal Length: 42.0mm Exposure Time: 0.0063 s (1/160) Aperture: f/2.8 ISO equiv: 200 White Balance: Auto Metering Mode: Matrix Exposure: Manual Exposure Mode: Manual multiple exposure HDR, 4 shots Camera Model: NIKON D70 Image Date: 2005:02:15 19:45:00 Flash Used: No Focal Length: 56.0mm (35mm equivalent: 84mm) Exposure Time: 0.050 s (1/20) Aperture: f/4.5 White Balance: Auto Metering Mode: Matrix Camera Model: NIKON D70 Image Date: 2005:08:28 12:28:51 Flash Used: No Focal Length: 22.0mm (35mm equivalent: 33mm) Exposure Time: 0.0031 s (1/320) Aperture: f/9.0 White Balance: Auto Metering Mode: Matrix State of Illinois building, Chicago. 3-shot HDR. Merchandise Mart, Chicago. hand-held Camera Model: NIKON D70 Image Date: 2005:07:05 22:16:28 Flash Used: No Focal Length: 24.0mm (35mm equivalent: 36mm) Exposure Time: 0.200 s (1/5) Aperture: f/3.8 White Balance: Auto Metering Mode: Matrix
  10. Malek

    Canadiens 2013

    Bon pas de fil? PK viens d'être signé, les deux jeunes resent à Montréal... l'attaque semble pas trop mal! Départ canon en début de saison! Qu,est ce que vous en pensez??
  11. Malek

    Videos cool :)

    Mettez vos vidéos cool ici! <object width="640" height="360"><param name="allowfullscreen" value="true" /><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always" /><param name="movie" value="http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=2681050&server=vimeo.com&show_title=1&show_byline=1&show_portrait=0&color=00ADEF&fullscreen=1" /><embed src="http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=2681050&server=vimeo.com&show_title=1&show_byline=1&show_portrait=0&color=00ADEF&fullscreen=1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowfullscreen="true" allowscriptaccess="always" width="640" height="360"></embed></object><br /><a href="http://vimeo.com/2681050'>http://vimeo.com/2681050">BESPLA / Canon 5D mark II Free Hugs movie</a> from <a href="http://vimeo.com/novamedia'>http://vimeo.com/novamedia">Marko Butrakovic</a> on <a href="http://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.<br /><br />Official homepage - www.bespla.org<br />
  12. Quoi de mieux que de commencer avec cette photo, les hippies ont perdus en cour contre ce pont et en prime ils se font barrer leur piste cyclable:silly: De loin... Pêcheur en premier plan Montréal Nord Très imposant Beaucoup de grues! J'aurais du emmener un zoom Le pont actuel de la 25, avec Montréal arrière Un peu plus à l'ouest, le pont de la 19 Au dessus de l'autoroute 19 sur un pont piétonnier: C'était les dernières photos avec ma Canon 5D maintenant vendue.