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Whats hot, EOS5D and PIXMA

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Let Canon introduce you to the world of full frame. The new EOS 5D features a 12.8 Megapixel CMOS sensor that shares almost exactly the same dimensions as a frame of 35mm film. This means that images don’t suffer from the magnification or cropping that smaller sensors can deliver. Full frame allows photographers to get the most from their wide-angle lenses. Powered by DIGIC II – the same image processor found in Canon’s professional range of EOS 1D cameras – the EOS 5D is packed into a rugged yet lightweight alloy exterior and weighs only 810 g. Now you can shoot full frame at 3 frames per second, and get started in only 0.2 seconds. The EOS 5D is a highly portable, and truly powerful digital SLR.

Once you’ve taken a great photo on your EOS 5D, you’ll want to make sure that the image you print from it is the best that it can be, which is why you’ll want to print on the sleek IP6600D. A high-speed photo direct printer, the IP6600D can generate a photolab quality 10 x 15 cm print in around 46 seconds. Utilising FINE (Full-Photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering) print heads with 1 picolitre ink droplets and six inks, prints are delivered at 9600 x 2400 dpi and achieve true photolab quality. Featuring the efficient Single Ink System, when used in conjunction with Canon media and inks the new ChromaLife100 system delivers prints which last as long as silver halide – up to 100 years when stored in an album. The IP6600D's large LCD panel allows you to edit and select your images, without a PC, directly from memory card and you can even print from compatible camera phones with optional wireless Bluetooth, PictBridge allows direct printing from compatible digital cameras. And because it’s a PIXMA, you know it’s going to look good, just about anywhere.

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