Sannaborjeson: Lightroom already does non-destructive editing and catalogs.And RNI All Films 3 for Lightroom already contains all the film profiles you could imagine, from Kodachromes to Portras. This combo is a perfect film emulation.
Why the hell Alien Skin doing what already exists for ages instead of innovating?
I have tried Exposure and have tried ACR + RNI.Perhaps ACR + RNI gets more perfect film emulation, but you need a lot of work.I think that with Exposure it's easier to get a pop up photo. And it's easier to navigate though films, and also you can view only a selection of prefered films. It has all tools and stacks integrated... So I think it's easier to get a nice photo.
toni2: Sony has put the game on full frame mirrorless. The game has changed.Sorry, but it's no more on DSLRs. So say "a new full frame DSLR" is as didn't say anything.
ZJ24I don't think so.I think it's like the move from analog to digital. It's about evolution and the game is to change mechanical parts by electronic parts.DSLR will be as SLR are today: minority.
to ZJ24DSLR (as we know it today) will die before 5 years. It's a natural thing, as the move from analog to digital. Mirrorless has a lot of benefits.Sony has forced and advanced the move to mirrorless. And Canon will follow them because this is an oportunity for Canon to raise prices further. Example: Canon M3.
That is because no one company has noticed that mirrorless means without mirror. That's all. Mirrorless is not about small and not ergonomic body. Good lens are big and weight, so it needs a good body. It's a very simple thing.
Sony has put the game on full frame mirrorless. The game has changed.Sorry, but it's no more on DSLRs. So say "a new full frame DSLR" is as didn't say anything.
vesa1tahti: Mirrorless cameras are quite popular today- for some reason. Practically they are too small and difficult to operate with large scandinavian hands. Real cameras -e.g. D7200 and D750- have the feeling and ergonomy of high quality and easy to operate. Battery life over 1000 shots. Almost unlimited number of quality lenses available. I don't understand why people will have those small and difficult-to-operate cameras.
Exactly the same with a musical instrument, you can go to the pros to do it (time and money expensive)... Oh, no, wait! A musical instrument always can be tuned up!!!
Because there is no one musician that defends to play music with a not tuned up instrument. But there is a lot of photographers that defend to take pictures with a not microAf adjusted camera.
toni2: If Canon wants to attract attention, they need urgently a M4 aps-c and a M4 full-frame cameras.All other things aren't in the wave, now. That's the fact.
I know that in the change from film to digital, a lot of people think the same, and now you can see what happened. Mirrorless is the future, it's really clear, now.Anyway, compared with the competition, M3 is expensive and it hasn't EVF. It's an expensive toy. Although I know that Canon in the near future will raise the price of the mirrorless cameras (as they are raising the price of the lens).
A reflex camera without microAF is like a musical instrument that you can't tune up. Do you imagine that? You can play it, but it's not the same. Hehehe. Talk with a music man and try that he understand that tune up is only an additional thing an that it's not really important. Try it!
A mirrorless camera it's not like a reflex, that you have 2 independent systems. With mirrorless if there is a little microAF problem (not a big AF problem), it is automatically corrected. You and the sensor view the same.
Any Dslr without microAF, at actual MP, are garbage.Focus works for some people, not for all people.Think about it before to insult another people.
You're in the real path.MIRRORLESS CAMERAS MUST BE JUST THAT, A CAMERA WITHOUT A MIRROR.It's really easy but people don't understand that. It must not be a small camera, it must not be a not ergonomic camera, it must not be a camera with difficult use, it must not be a camera with almost no lens...It's very easy. Take a camera as nikon d5500 and take away the mirror, and add an EVF. Anyway, a nikon d5500 has a lot of MP and hasn't have microAF, so it's a garbage. That's another fact. It's like canon xxxD. Another garbage.The problem is that canon and nikon have fear, because a mirrorless camera it's higher than a DSLR. So I think that they must sell mirrorless aps-c and full-frame at same time. That's the future, and mirrorless will kill DSLR as digital cameras killed film cameras. And this will be really fast. People only have to accept this.
It's a lot easier than in that post. To begin, you only need what does a canon xxxD or nikon Dxxxx without mirror. It's really easy.
If Canon wants to attract attention, they need urgently a M4 aps-c and a M4 full-frame cameras.All other things aren't in the wave, now. That's the fact.
venice: Just look no further than this ..
As that pro football photographer says, every innovation comes with a learning curve and he shoots with nothing but Sony mirrorless.
There is a great shot of him using what looks like an A7r2 with the fast focusing 70-400G2.
His results make it clear that this DPR article is about shooting pro sports without going through the learning curve with the gear and not about any limitations of the gear.
Anyway, I think that these photos aren't awesome...
toni2: Mirrorless cameras are the future, this is a fact.Anyway, I think that perhaps you need some weeks to know what is the best way to use a different camera system. You need more practice. Perhaps this is your error.The worst thing I see in this shots is the colour. It's really really bad.
Amateur stuff? Such as digital cameras?
watson076: The Sony sensor may be technically better on paper, but Canon's images from sporting events is definitely way more attractive and hell I will include their crop sensors in that argument - prepare for bashing in 18.104.22.168.1.....
I think as you. Bad camera AWB? Bad camera profile in raw conversor? Really bad stadium lighting?There's no one shot with good colour.
Mirrorless cameras are the future, this is a fact.Anyway, I think that perhaps you need some weeks to know what is the best way to use a different camera system. You need more practice. Perhaps this is your error.The worst thing I see in this shots is the colour. It's really really bad.
toni2: Canon 760d should be 100d specifications, in a 700d body, with an electronic viewfinder, and with 760d speedier live view autofocus, with 760d price.That is what clients are expecting. No need of 24 MP, but yes need of electronic viewfinder. It's very simple.Mirror is obsolete technology, as it is analog technology. It's ok, but it's only for old fashioned, romantical people. Put this in your mind. The game has changed as it changed with digital.
to Midwest:You're wrong. Expecting Canon to put an EVF in a DSLR is like expecting Boeing moving from propeller engine to propulsion engine.
Sony A7R II eye focus, and other specifications are so superior... The canon 5 ds looks as old fashioned analogue film. I think that it is the principal camera beauty right now.
PhotoKhan: Thanks for the article, Rishi. Superior, as always.
I recently bought a Canon EOS M3. The Canon M line makes sense to me as an additional piece of the EOS system.
As I've pointed out repeatedly in the past, it is not a mirrorless "per se" but rather an additional, fully interchangeable tool for an extremely competent and versatile "photo universe".
However, if this level of seamless integration (...and, possibly, even advantages...) with Canon EF lenses is confirmed by full reviews in the near future, all that will be remaining from that "integrated EOS" approach will be the Speedlite system.
I am seeing myself accepting not being able to benefit from the Speedilite vector, if the a7RII+Metabones proves to be everything it is promising to be.
With this on the table, Canon feeble, half-committed attempts at mirrorless are beginning to look like a embarrassing third-class, previously retired aging magician act in a mass-tourist Cancun hotel vs. David Copperfield at the MGM.
I think that Canon can do it better. But they rely on its marketing and present market position.It seems as they don't see that the transition from mirror to mirrorless is as powerful as the move from analogue to digital.
750d and 760d? Just a marketing idea.750d should have 760d specifications, and 760d should have an EVF.But it's Canon, they only have to wait that others change things.