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Canon EOS-1Ds Mark 4
Mark Peters : October 27th 2009 - 17:20 CET
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CanonCanon EOS-1Ds Mark IV digital SLR camera : According to 'EOS' logics, there should be a new Canon EOS-1Ds Mark IV camera in the pipeline. The electronic ink of the Canon 1D Mark IV camera introduction article has not yet dried, but speculations about a Canon 1Ds Mark 4 DSLR camera are already flooding the Internet. The presumed introduction date is the Photokina 2010. The Photokina is a worldwide imaging event held annually in Cologne, Germany. Should this be the case, then the gap between the Canon EOS 1Ds Mark IV and its predecessor would be a little over 2 years On the other hand, there's one thing that continues to linger in the back of our minds; the fact that there was rumor about 'the last EOS' or even; 'no more EOS'.

Canon EOS 1ds Mark 4

Canon EOS-1Ds Mark 4
Does the Electro-Optical System (EOS) still leave years of room for further development, or has the time come for a revolutionary innovation to lift digital DSLR photography to a higher platform? Canon has managed to do this before, in 1987 to be precise, when the brand introduced the EOS as a new system. This turned out to be a revolution in the world of photography, and we all know the success story that followed. However, is there still a possibility to enhance the current EOS system and introduce a high resolution Canon EOS-1D Mark IV?

Canon 1Ds Mark 4

Canon 1Ds Mark 4 at Photokina 2010?
There's been some talk of 30+ Megapixels however; which Canon lens would actually be able to process this kind of high resolution? Or is Canon indeed going into a new direction and is there an entirely new system waiting just around the corner? Is a Canon system camera being developed? There are simply too many unanswered questions at this time. We will keep a close eye on all of the developments, because we have no doubts about the fact that something exciting is in the pipeline.




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