5D camera

5D camera

A broadcast TV camera that shoots 2D and 3D video simultaneously. Canadian film director James Cameron champions the need for 5D cameras in order to promote 3D content, which is more economical to capture when the 3D format is recorded at the same time as 2D. The Cameron Pace Group features its Shadow Vision technology, which places a 3D camera on top of a 2D camera. For more information, visit www.cameronpace.com.
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That time they forgot about EXIF data, which showed the photo had actually been taken with a Canon EOS 5D camera equipped with a whopping great EF70-200mm telephoto lens!
Akinbo, a full-time photographer based in Lagos was rewarded with a Canon EOS 5D camera and an exclusive exhibition at October's Lagos Photo Festival.
At the heart of the camera is a Canon-developed CMOS image sensor having a total of 5952 (H) x 3140 (V) photosites with a digital cinema 17:9 aspect ratio, which gives it the same image circle size as the full frame EOS 5D camera series.
This photograph was taken in Jasper National Park by Biology Instructor Roy Rea of the University of Northern BC with a canon 5D camera and 300 mm f/2.8 lens.
I used a filter-modified Canon EOS 5D camera (also from Hutech), which is among the new breed of digital SLRs with a 24-by-36-mm chip, the size of a 35-mm film frame.
Adamus uses a 13 megapixel Canon 5D camera for most of his work, and often travels deep into the backcountry with only a single camera body, three lenses, a tripod, a bag of filters and his camping gear.
Shot over a period of 26 days across Jordan with a Canon 5D camera, the film attempts to explore Jordan's social and cultural norms and is claimed to be the first that looks at the life of Egyptian workers in the country.
This photograph, taken by Roy Rea of the University of Northern British Columbia, was captured in October in Moore's Meadow, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada, with a Canon 5D camera and a Sigma DG Macro 105mm 1:2.8 lens.
The Canon 5D camera is ideal for conveying to the audience Yemen's changing environment.