We've previously asked you what you wanted to see in the Canon 5D Mk II successor and we also asked if you needed the 21MP output. Indeed, the Canon 5D Mk II is a camera that revolutionized the photography industry and despite the fact that it has its flaws, there are a number of reasons why you should spring for the current version vs waiting for the successor.
For those of you that have never visited the B&H SuperStore, you're in luck. Each week we'll feature photos of a different department or section in order for you to get to know us a bit better. This week, we are showing off the Pro Video Counter located on the first floor. The Pro Video counter features a slew of camcorders on display for you to test out. This, combined with the friendly aid of our experts, helps you make the right choice.
Let's explore the Canon Powershot A3300 IS, a point-and-shoot camera with a new Discreet shooting mode. The A3300 IS has a 5x zoom Canon lens and a 16MP sensor that is sensitive to 6400 ISO. Notably, this is the first A-series Canon camera to offer 720p HD video.
Ready for a great deal? Through March 31st, we've got an awesome exclusive rebate and lower price on Canon professional printers. Purchases must made through our phone sales department or in store where you'll receive an unbelievable price.
To get these phenomenal deals, please call 877-849-7248.
- Purchase a Canon Pro9000 Mk II and score a $100 American Express Reward Card.
- Purchase a Canon Pro9000 Mk II with a Canon 5D Mk II, 7D, T1i, T2i, or 60D and score a $400 American Express Rewards Cards.
- Purchase a Canon Pro9500 Mk II and score a $200 American Express Reward Card.
- Purchase the Canon Pro9500 Mk II with a Canon 5D Mk II, 7D, T1i, T2i, or 60D and receive a $500 American Express Reward card.
You can download PDF files detailing the rebates for the Pro9000 Mk II here and for the Pro9500 Mk II here.
Remember: FOR THE BEST PRICES, YOU MUST MAKE YOUR PURCHASE IN STORE OR OVER THE PHONE. THE PRICES WILL BE MUCH BETTER THAN WHAT YOU SEE ON ON OUR WEBSITE.
You've probably heard of the megapixel wars—the race between companies to cram more megapixels onto their sensors. The 5D Mk II, for example, has 21MP. With many of the entry- and mid-level DSLRs starting to creep into that area, users should consider whether or not they really need that many megapixels. To demonstrate what can be done with 21MP, we'll take as an example something I shot years ago.
I was trained by the school of photography that forced me to try to create compelling images with any camera that was handed to me. My mentor is a Pulitzer Winner for New York Newsday and always shot Nikon, but I went with Canon. So as a 5D Mk II and 7D user, holding and using the Canon 60D felt just like I was home again.
The Canon Powershot SD4500 IS Digital ELPH with a 10-Megapixel CMOS sensor is sensitive from ISO 125 to 3200 using Canon’s newest digital imaging core, the DIGIC 4 processor. This camera will shoot from 15 seconds to 1 4000th of a second, and it has an F/3.4, 10x Canon Zoom lens.
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