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Topic # 115421 25-Mar-2013 17:30
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Exciting new Canon 1D C camera which captures video that you are able to pull very good quality 4K stills from. The camera takes up 1GB memory for every 15 seconds of video!



I checked on Pricespy, and the cheapest price for the camera is $15,592.00 !




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  Reply # 786795 25-Mar-2013 17:42
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can't afford it ... maybe the iphone 6 will do 4K .... yeah right ;p



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  Reply # 786828 25-Mar-2013 18:16
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Heh, no way I can afford something like that either.
I guess they'll come down in price when it becomes more commonplace.


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  Reply # 786846 25-Mar-2013 18:56
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"Published on 5 Jan 2013"

Not new, few months old now.




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  Reply # 786875 25-Mar-2013 19:58
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New as can be ..Canon flagship cameras don't update until five to ten years ..


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  Reply # 786876 25-Mar-2013 19:58
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Unlike a new iPad every few months

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  Reply # 786877 25-Mar-2013 19:59
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Not a flagship camera, its a Cinema EOS camera.
The Flagship is still EOS 1D X




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