Lawrencew

Lawrencew

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  • The XC10 Loupe also tilts up and down For a video cam its probably no big deal. For a large DSLR it may not be too much of an issue either. (and we were discussing it in the context of a DSLR) But ...
  • Good to know. But why don't Canon/Apple et al change such RAW support from an explicit Camera Type to Sensor Type?  Then they could simple say "supports all Canon Cameras with 24mp APS-C sensors"
  • If you live in the US... The rest of us use A4 :-) Also Focal Length and Aperture need to be consistent. I would add for any would be testers. 3.1 Use Live View - your MAF might not be set nor accurate
  • I didn't make a point. I asked a question. I don't know the answer, that's why I asked... What for example is the situation with the 70D and 7DMKII? They have the same sensor. Are the RAW files ...
  • I wasn't suggesting the camera as the solution, but the clip on viewfinder - which could easily be implemented on Canon's DSLRs in future if they wanted to.  Many of us already use a 3rd party ...
  • Same sensor doesn't always equal same RAW file does it?
  • Except the objective appears to be smaller/lighter, not necessarily better...
  • http://www.canonwatch.com/cw2-a-new-18-55mm-lens-for-eos-m-system-coming/ I have been told (thanks) that Canon is working on a replacement for the EF-M 18-55mm IS STM lens. The new 18-55mm should ...
  • Apple have to prioritize their efforts. Presumably a camera that is not globally available is lower on the priorities to a US company.
  • Canon isn't alone, but the complaint is better directed at them and the other manufacturers for introducing new proprietary RAW formats with every camera.  Is it really necessary?
  • if you search the forum you will also find people having problems with the 150-600 and 18-300 Tamrons
  • http://www.whatdigitalcamera.com/reviews/compact-system-cameras/canon-eos-m3-review There’s no denying that the EOS M3 is a huge improvement on the original EOS M1 . To begin with it’s compact and ...
  • Well done I had a winner with mine too http://www.dpreview.com/challenges/Entry.aspx?ID=856942
  • Canon already have a solution for that. http://www.dpreview.com/articles/0450641439/canon-xc10-what-you-need-to-know?slide=7
  • Not entirely sure why I would need an add-on EVF for a DSLR
  • Replied in see Canonwatch
    See http://www.canonwatch.com/some-canon-rebel-t6i-and-rebel-t6s-sensors-have-a-serious-issue/ for some details and photos of the sensors with this problem Lensrentals’ Roger Cicala noticed a ...
  • See http://www.canonwatch.com/some-canon-rebel-t6i-and-rebel-t6s-sensors-have-a-serious-issue/ for some details and photos of the sensors with this problem Lensrentals’ Roger Cicala noticed a ...
  • Well he makes the point of the A6000 having a built-in viewfinder. So the £808 includes the price of the Canon EVF - otherwise you are comparing apples and oranges... To have an equivalent package ...
  • Indeed with its more compact kit, faster shooting, better tracking and built-in viewfinder, it's hard to walk past the Sony A6000 at much the same price point. Same price point? Sony A6000 + 16-50 ...
  • Replied in Now live
    This promo is now active http://www.canon.co.uk/lens-cashback/eos-m3/ note that whilst there is a choice of lenses with cashback, the offer only applies to one lens from T&C Participant who ...
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