I want to know if this model has improved the inferior DR in video mode that other Canon DSLRs have prior to this model.
5-axis IBIS + S Log2 = Wow!
Donnie G: Pixel peep all you want gang, this camera will make money for the professionals who use it and the rental houses who stock it. Its a small, lightweight, infinitely customizable, industrial strength body with AF that's supported by the largest selection of modern lenses the world has ever known, and that makes it a very cost effective tool for professional productions. Of course if you're not a pro, then none of that would matter to you. Different strokes!
I have a feeling that one of the writers here is working for Canon…...
It´s a good move of Canon to finally incorporate 60fps in 1080p. Well done!!!
Is it 24mm at the wide end in 4K? Or what….?
Elaka Farmor: Optical image stabilization in 4K…..?
Sony has steadyshot in 4K yes, but will nexus have that too…?
Optical image stabilization in 4K…..?
microstudio: Can be GX7, better than canon 70d for video?
Or, can I compare GH4 with d610, in photos? I would like to buy gh4, but still there are few reviews.Now i use 70d and d700 www,nunti-de-lux.ro
70D has not 60fps in 1080p. Panasonic and Sony has it since 2012
SamHart: Hi- I have RX100 II. I am desperately wondering if any body has faced the problem of random photos being read as "unsupported image format" on the computer? They are also blacked out on the camera too.I followed any advice on deleting all photos on camera and formatting the card, but it happened again.This malign problem has ruined at least half of my photos. The worst part is that you don't know which files will be like this or will luckily be saved as a healthy one.Please give any tip that would address this headache.
I had a few photos blacked out on the camera, and it was a fault in the SD-card.
CraigArnold: I quite like it as a marketing campaign.
Sure if you are being cynical like 99.99% of DPR users then it's just a pretentious way of saying that the photographer is more important than the equipment. Canon does make good equipment, but everyone here really wanted more megapixels or something.
Not for gear forums, but to market themselves by showing all the cool stuff you can do with their products isn't a horrible idea.
People (real people not DPR people) are tired of buying better equipment when their current equipment is good enough. Sell them a dream or inspiration though and they might buy things they didn't realise they needed.
Good job Canon.
And it loads in all my browsers.
The word "Pathetic" has got a face…….
Menneisyys: "Of course we are committed to the APS-C format, and we’re still investing it. In terms of resolution, our lenses are so sharp, there’s scope for higher resolution to maximize the capabilities of the lenses."
Sharp lenses able to properly drive considerably higher-res sensors - exactly the same I've been telling the people here at DPR who tend to state higher-Megapixel sensors in Fuji cameras would be pointless.
As has also been shown by Sony's A6000, there wouldn't be any downsides of switching to Sony's 24 Mpixel sensor used in the A6000. Or, for that matter, if Samsung's new 28 Mpixel sensor is indeed good and they also offer it to third-party camera manufacturers, that one.
"Dynamic range is better with larger pixels." That should make Canon G1X MII to a dynamic range killer….but it´s not….
mpgxsvcd: “Canon sensors are the best at everything”
Then why did you use a Sony sensor in your G7X?
But does it have manual HDR feature and slow-motion 120fps in 1080p? (LX7 has slow-motion 120fps in 720p so two years of evolution should make it very possible)
If it had optical stabilization and 30fps in 4K - I would buy it!
It´s cool that everyone here is excited about its optical stabilization…...
Jacques Cornell: Damn! This is practically a $900 12-35mm f2.8 with a free GX7 attached. 16MP vs 13MP makes little difference to me if the lens is sharp. DFD & 11fps are big upgrades over GX7. Does it have TouchPad AF and e-shutter?
$900 in the US, up to $1300 in many other countries
mpgxsvcd: Here is the European Specs on the Panasonic website. Nothing too interesting here. It does say that the 30 minute time limit applies to the LX100 in the UK. Not sure about the U.S. though.
In Sweden the XL100 will cost 9500SEK = 1330USD and only 25p in 4K. Stupid.
What if the photographer used self-timer 10 seconds, and after 5-6 seconds the ape stole it and looked at it, and BANG! A photo! Who shall have the copyright then?