Keep On Signing Petition

We don’t give up until we have full manual control. This is why it is important that you sign to following petition:

http://www.petitiononline.com/5dmark2/petition.html

Click on the link, read the content and sign it.
(takes about 15 seconds to sign it) 🙂

Thanks for your help!

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9 Responses to “Keep On Signing Petition”


  1. 1 Photographer / Videographer March 9, 2009 at 10:07 pm

    Although the Petition to Canon is not perfect, nor perfectly written in english, it is Clear, and it is RESPECTFUL.

    In just few days 400 people from all around the world have signed it.
    It only takes a moment and there’s nothing to loose.

    It would be great to SHARE and SPREAD this information as much as possible.

    We should keep in mind that:

    – There was NOT even only one petition requesting these improvements written in a Respectful manner before (more than one improvements, that could be implemented via Firmware Updates, thus no hardware costs to Canon).

    – EVEN those people who don’t use Movie mode can get advantages with these improvements, because the Petition also includes suggestions/requests for STILL mode, and also requests a “Dedicated Menu” for Movie mode. So if you don’t use Movie, you won’t have to browse through menus with Movie settings.

    – This is an effort for the Entire community of Canon users, so we ALL can get benefits.

    – For those who wonder if companies “listen to customers”, the answer is YES. Not always do what customers ask for, but they want and need to keep their business and that’s one reason why they ask for customers’ feedback so many times…
    Also, it’s a marketing routine to research customer’s needs, requests, trends, etc.

    So there’s nothing to loose, and only takes a moment to sign it.

  2. 2 Stu Mannion March 14, 2009 at 1:59 pm

    Looks promising:

    “A Canon 5D Mark II received the following response from Canon when complaining about the problem according to NI:

    “According to the information provided to us, you are experiencing a flicker effect when you film a TV or monitor screen. The TV or monitor screen in the frame will always have a flicker on its screen when you film it. The standard to which the EOS 5D MkII is set to that is sold in the UK is 30fps, which cannot be set to 25fps. Canon is aware of this as suggestions have been made to be able to set this manually and we are working on a functionality upgrade. “”

    from
    http://www.dentonimages.com/rumor_rating.php?rumor=120&rname=Canon_5D_Mark_II_Problems/Updates

  3. 3 Photographer / Videographer March 18, 2009 at 6:04 am

    It’s interesting to see how people from very different companies and countries have signed.

    If you sign, it is important to include the Company Name (or Freelance if you are) and Country Name, although that information is Optional, it gives the petition more RELEVANCE and STRENGTH.

    Also, would be great if people can SHARE and SPREAD it as much as possible.

    It takes a moment to sign, and there is nothing to loose.

  4. 4 Marc Photography March 31, 2009 at 12:32 pm

    Pleassseeee Canon. Why must you make me do the things I do to get the aperature that I want.


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