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Old March 10th, 2016, 06:08 AM
Pao Dolina Pao Dolina is offline
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Default EOS bodies that are still DIGIC 5 or 5+

The EOS 1300D (that has the pioneering feature "Food Mode) was just announced today so here are a list of bodies that still use DIGIC 5 or 5+. Bodies like 1D X Mark II, 5Ds, etc use DIGIC 6 or 6+.

03/2012 - 5D Mark III
09/2012 - 6D
03/2013 - 100D

Note: 1300D uses DIGIC 4+.
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Old March 10th, 2016, 02:01 PM
Tom dinning Tom dinning is offline
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'Pioneering'? There goes another superlative heading for the mediocre and mundane.

'Food mode'? Does that mean I can eat while photographing. Old hat. I already do.

I'm waiting for 'Shoot mode' to return.

I have heard on bad authority that the Nikon D5 will have an arrow on the top to show the user which way to point the camera.
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