The Canon 5D changed the landscape of digital cameras. It was cheap (compared to the other alternative, the 1DS MkII), small and full frame. It fast became the tool of choice for photojournalists the world over. So the 5D MkII had huge shoes to fill and had a tough act to follow.
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I'm a multi award winning photojournalist, two of the main being the British Press Awards Photographer of the Year and a World Press Photo award. I also cover a fair amount of PR and commercial photography. Over the past few years I've been interested in film making and have a few commercial creative films and a documentary in my folio of video work.
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