One of the most revolutionary features of the Canon EOS 1D Mark III is probably the Live View.
The 1D Mark III is the first DSLR capable of showing to its user in real time and through the LCD a preview of how the shot will look like once taken ” ((“See it in action in this Canon EOS 1D Mark III video“))”. However the point that many might have missed is that once Live View is activated the camera will lose all its capability to Auto Focus.
Bumped into this one today of dpreview, too good not to share.
N.B.: I ignore the original picture owner for credits, but all copyrights belongs to whoever he/she is
Did you do it?
I really hope many of you did catch yesterday’s eclipse, if you did please add your to ADIDAP flickr group I’d love to see what each of us got.
Here is mine, what do you think?
Here is a great photo opportunity taking place in just a few hours, an opportunity that doesn’t show up every day. We’re about to witness the first total lunar eclipse of the year 2007. Sounds exciting, isn’t it?
There is an issue with Canon RAW files that end in .TIF (which are limited to 1D & 1Ds cameras) on Microsoft Windows Vista systems that do not have the Canon RAW codec.
If a user adds metadata, or tags, to one of these RAWs using Windows Photo Gallery or Windows Explorer and the image will be corrupted.