Kids get front row and aren't even looking at the camera—for shame!
Jake2046: Instagram...really? Why not just post the raw photos>
Because those cheeseball filters are what add to the "Ooooh" effect.
I get all my news in single line sentence headlines thanks to cnn.com, espn.com, and the like. No time to read newspapers.
yabokkie: may kill the sale of EOS-M?
The EOS-M killed the sale of the EOS-M. That camera never stood a chance being that late to the mirrorless game and with an AF speed so slow you'd think it arrived in a DeLorean.
jaykumarr: Can some experienced photog advise me please?
Compared to T5i, what are the DISadvantages this one has?
If attached with Sigma100-300 F4 or Canon 100-400 L , will the light weight cause harder handling than heavier T5i due to imbalance?
thanksJay ( out of focus)
The disadvantages won't be in the quality of the pictures (because the sensor is the same), but most likely the ergonomics.
Some people will find the smaller size and placement of the buttons to be fine, others will not. It'll just depend on how it feels in your hands.
I just don't join Google+. Problem solved. The link still works for me.
If anyone uses Chrome and can't watch these videos on the BBC site because of your country, download the Hola Unblocker extension--viola!
Juck: I'm dying to see what this thing can do with my EF 50mm 1.4 & 85mm F1.2. The possibilities certainly make me look at my lens collection a bit differently. ,,, even my ancient 70-210 f/4 and 28-70 F3.5-4.5 might see the light of day again.
I agree the price is a bit of a sting, but I'm nerdy enough to give it a whirl if the early reviews and example photos are good.
I doubt it. When they say introduced, I don't think they mean when your specific lens was came out of the manufacturing plant.
Yay, I no longer have to buy into a new lens system: Canon EF lenses + Sony NEX bodies = Photography for the win.
Snooze... Something really new, Sigma? Please? Zzzz....
Wow, I thought $3000 was a good starting price for a wedding photographer.
Der Steppenwolf: And here we go again. As before with Iphones, let me ask you DPR again. WTF does this "news" have to do with photography?
In terms of types of cameras, the iPhone has the most photos uploaded to flickr. People are using smartphones as their primary snapshot, on-the-go, in-the-hand camera.
This has some relevancy to photography because eventually all the gajillion point & shoot compact cameras won't find a place on the market.
And this, ladies and gentlemen, is why the DP-x cameras still suck...
Sweet... It'll only be the sold at the competitive price of $5000 or so...