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Canon

Canon Exends 1D and 1Ds Mark III Warranty

If you are staying in any of the following countries then you are entitled for a 2 years warranty for your 1D Mark III and 1Ds Mark III:

Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom.

The EOS-1Ds Mark III and EOS-1D Mark III cameras are Canon’s benchmark for absolute quality and professional performance. To express our pride in our flagship products, we’re making you this attractive offer.

For a limited time only, Canon is offering in addition to its standard warranty a one-year extended warranty absolutely free. This gives you a total warranty period of two years from date of purchase.

The offer is valid on all purchases made before 31 December 2008. So, whether you already own the EOS-1Ds Mark III or EOS-1D Mark III for a little while, or just bought it, you will benefit from the one-year extended warranty.

The deadline for registration is 31 January 2009.

Nikon

Is Nikon to release an 18-megapixel D3

I have no idea how
true this is but things may turn out just nice if they are going to release it
soon as to compete with Canon’s 10 fps blazing Mark III Sniper ! If the
specification and price is as what is mentioned, this honey will, theoretically,
outperform the Mark III. A FF (Full Frame) dSLR with the option of 1.5x crop
factor when shooting at high fps makes thing 100% sweeter!

 

7 March 2007 – It seems that diehard Nikon fans are
still holding out for a full-frame DSLR, despite the company's emphasis on its
commitment to a smaller sensor size.

Now one website has details of a rumored D3, a successor to the D2X, that was
apparently unveiled to sales representatives in California.

A man called Jim Seaholm says that the specifications include a full-frame
sensor, although for high speed shooting a 1.5x crop factor will be applied.

Most controversially of all, the report says that it will have 18.7MP of
resolution.

The price for this monster? $8000, around the same amount as Canon's 1Ds Mark
II.

In addition, the mole reported that two lenses are in the pipeline, one a 50mm
1.2G AF-S lens, and the other a 24-120 2.8G AF-S.

Although this may indeed turn out to be "vaporware", one thing is for
certain, and that's that the top two camera makers are predicted to add
considerable pixels to their sensors in the next iteration of professional
cameras – Canon's next pro camera is rumored to have 22MP of resolution,
bringing it up to medium-format quality.

 

Source: photographypress.co.uk