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5D Mark II

Posted on: September 18, 2008

Just about a few weeks ago we had the D90 announced by Nikon, today Canon just unleashed another beast the 5D Mark II. Well both cameras are competing in different realms but I’ll be damned if I were to say that this new monster is not the least tempting. 21 Megapixels, ISO ranging up to 25600, a Full Frame Sensor and the ability to record HD videos this is like a dream come true. Well you know where to go if you need to spec it up. We have a new champion on the wishlist! +)

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[…] Mr. Vincent Laforet and a small team of friends within the 72 hours that they had this little monster. Amazing high definition footage captured under the terribly harsh low lighting conditions yet […]

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