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Canon Debuts 21.1-Megapixel Digital Camera


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The Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III professional digital single lens reflex camera is scheduled to begin shipping in November and will have an estimated selling price of $7,999† (the same price as its predecessor, the 16.7 megapixel EOS-1Ds Mark II).

http://www.usa.canon...820_1dsmk3.html
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:whistling: I want to see how big (likely GB) a image in RAW format would be with this camera.
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There are a number of cameras on the way with optical zoom of between 12 and 18X
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I was referring to the 21-megapixel images in RAW format. :whistling:
It's really amazing how we can no have 18x optical zoom. Good bye digital zoom, though on a 21-megapixel it shouldn't affect image quality for a while on a 4x6 photo :blink:
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