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UPC Data code for Canon EOS 7D.

Mars C , Oct 05, 2007; 06:12 a.m.

HI,

I'm wondering how easy it is to make a fake code like the one below. I have no Idea whether to believe it or not.


UPC code for 7D

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Mars C , Oct 05, 2007; 06:14 a.m.

BTW, It came from this site. hyperlink

Vivek Khanzode , Oct 05, 2007; 06:25 a.m.

Very easy apparently.

-- V

Mars C , Oct 05, 2007; 06:33 a.m.

"Very easy apparently. "

Yup, But the barcode was found in the UPC database , Where most EOS dslr barcodes ( correct me if I'm wrong) are regestered. I not really sure.

Elliot Bernstein , Oct 05, 2007; 07:15 a.m.

The 5D is about 2 years old, is it not? Isn't it about time for a 7D?

Al Durer , Oct 05, 2007; 08:55 a.m.

What could we expect of it? Would the mirror adopt the same system as the D40? Sensor size?

Bob Atkins , Oct 05, 2007; 09:24 a.m.

Anybody can submit a bar code to that site. It's just like posting to a forum. You could do it. Generating bar codes is trivial.

Guy Carnegie , Oct 05, 2007; 10:48 a.m.

I doubt if the new camera will be called the 7D. I'd say it's between the 5DMk2 and the 3D - probably the former.

To me, the name 7D has undertones of Minolta Dynax.

Guy

Jason Hall , Oct 05, 2007; 01:56 p.m.

My first thought was that of Guy. Calling it a 7D does not seem to fit Canons marketing. If you look at the recent history of their DSLRs. I would bet 5D MkII when you think of the success of the original 5D. 3D would be a good bet too if they really ramp up the performance(FPS and such), but I don't think it is geared or marketed for that. But who really knows. Its all guess work from here.

Jason

Puppy Face , Oct 05, 2007; 02:52 p.m.

The Elan 7E was called the EOS 7 in Japan. The 40D is basically the DSLR equivalent. If any DSLR should be called the 7D, the 40D would have made a jim-dandy Elan Digital or EOS 7D.


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