Canon Rumors is reporting a mild rumor that the 7D2 will be announced by Canon at the end of March.
Aah. I like the 7DII speculations ... although I'm no longer waiting for the 7DII...
I've had the 17-55 and, i don't know, it just didn't grab me.
I've had the 17-55 for six years.It's an excellent lens optically and a very good one-lens solution for 1.6x...
Here is a 7DII rumor from ... December 2011:http://www.canonrumors.com/2011/12/7d-mark-ii-for-photokina-cr1/
I'd say that the 7DII rumors are getting old. Quite literally ;);).
It is likely to be priced between $2000 to 2500.
I dont think I would pay $2k for a crop sensor when I can buy a Full Frame sensor for the same amount of money.
And herein lies...
I own a bunch of L glass (70-200 f2.8, 17-40 f4, 24-70 f2.8) ...
Based on your lenses, it seems that the 6D would be a good choice for you. The 70D is a very exciting camera too.
You surely have heard of lens flare, right?
Such 6D II with articulated LCD and at least 70D's AF, and hope also sensor-based PDAF II and improved DR/high ISO will be very appealing.
Would be very appealing indeed.
Nothing wrong with the AF on the 6D in the first place.
If you'd ever used a 6D you would know that.
Nothing wrong indeed. But if you've used a 7D/70D, you would also know how nice...
... and correct me if I'm wrong but the 70d looks really blurred - what's going on there?
In the following comparisons, the JPGs are converted from RAWs with the Adobe RAW converter...
EJ Fudd wrote:
Does anyone see Canon coming out with a $1400-$1600 APS-C DSLR?
Right now, $1200-1300 is the price point for high-end consumer cameras with APS-C sensors (Canon 70D, Nikon...
I really would like better ISO performance. And AF system.
For truly better ISO performance, you need to switch to FF.
The 70D will give you somewhat better ISO performance - but...
Ed P wrote:
I'd like to hear from others that have purchased in the past 6 months or so, and what made you pick one over the other. Specifically the 70D vs. the 6D.
I mostly didn't want to replace...
FYI, the 6D is currently selling for $1575 at B&H.Note that this low price is visible at check-out time.
If you wait a year (or two), you might see an even lower price, of course. Good luck.
Not much info, really - just a partial die photo.Hopefully they will post some info on their blog.
Thanks. Not seeing any banding whatsoever.
I'm not surprised, actually, as the 70D sensor seems to be based on genuinely new tech.
If I'm reading Chipworks correctly, the 70D sensor is actually a...
Just did that myself. I really like(d) my 40D but wanted something more modern ;).
Overall impression of the 70D: it's indeed an incredibly well sorted out camera. Buttons are in the right places,...
Same for Nikon. And yet, where's the D400.
Agree. That's how it looks like indeed.
Ultimately, it's much easier for Canon to charge $2000 for a FF camera than for a 1.6x camera.So, as I said...
Yup. Except that it would be named 6DII, not 7DII.
Rather than creating a 7DII with a crop sensor, it seems to make much more sense for Canon to just beef up the 6D specs ... by simply putting a FF...
I think your question also contains the answer:Notice that you've listed only expensive FF models in your question.
I guess using different sensors is economically justified only for the expensive...
And for a second I thought it's April 1st ;) .
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