The purported Canon EOS 3D SLR from a B&H Photo catalog.
(Credit: Nine Volt Photo )
Studio photographers dissatisfied with recent events in the world of Canon SLRs might take heart at a fleeting glimpse of a possible 46-megapixel Canon EOS 3D.
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That glimpse came from Nine Volt Photo, a maker of computer mounting plates, which said it found a reference at retail powerhouse B&H Photo after an “inadvertent search for a Canon 3D.” It shared a screenshot of the page list with specifications including a 46.1-megapixel CMOS image sensor, dual Digic … [Read more]
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