So in these days hi-res mode only makes cameras be II....
Beckler8: Consider this a poor man's RX10. Constant f/2.8 is nice. But personally I can't consider larger cameras like this that don't have 4K - something that will very soon be as standard as 1080p.
4k will never be a standard, as blueray wasn't! Remember my words ;)
Stellar is not about the wood, it is about the glue!!! Hasselblad uses a glue that comes from the lunar surface, the same glue that canon used yesterday to glue their logo on the XC10 announced yesterday.
Instead of compensating loss of sales with the boost in prices, you may think of producing more competitive products, dear Canon. People learn, yes slowly, but they do. My estimate as an economist for the end of the life cycle for Canon is 8-10 years. same goes to Nikon. Sorry fanboys.
I don't think it is a good decision to enter the tele market without IS(VR) and AF. For wide angle you can afford non VR and MF lens, but here I can't see anyone prefering this over Tamron 90mm VC, considering the street price is very close.
Selfie mode!!!!! Yeeeessssssss!!
A good placebto start for people trying to be overly original.
aramgrg: So why should they be competitive?Because of bulky and heavy construction? In particular, why will someone consider say 25 1.8 instead of well regarded PL 25 1.4?I know, they are all metal, but how many times you damaged your lens because of plastic construction?
Yes, that is true, I never ever shoot video on any of my DSLR :)Because I by default assume that legacy lenses are super cheap. However, Samyang makes manual cine lenses cheaper. Anyways, I suspect the market size for these guys is supposed to be super small.
Ok, let's assume they are video lenses, then the critical sharpness doesn't matter even more and the price makes those even more redundant. With manual focus and clickless aperture, SLR is always there, with 10% of the price.
So why should they be competitive?Because of bulky and heavy construction? In particular, why will someone consider say 25 1.8 instead of well regarded PL 25 1.4?I know, they are all metal, but how many times you damaged your lens because of plastic construction?
No remark on what are the equivalent apertures for half-cut lenses?
ozturert: It will sell like hot cakes. Some people who say "DR is bad" have no idea what DR is. In a normal print or on a regular IPS monitor, it's extremely difficult if not impossible to see the difference in DR between 5DMarkIII and D800. You need to apply +3EV or more to both RAWs or brighten shadows a lot to see the difference.Canon's 5DMarkIII, 7D MII and 1D's are very intuitive and simple to use. Menus are logical, buttons are well placed, operation is smooth, bodies are solid, AF systems are one of the best, just like D810 and D4s are.Get 5DsR, some primes, 11-24mm f4, 24-70mm f2.8LII, 70-200mm f2.8 L IS II, and you wil get excellent 50MP files and this set is much more mobile than medium formats. Now try to find an equivalent set in medium format. Although Hasselblad would give you better files, the difference would not be huge when you attach an Otus to 5DsR. Or mount a Sigma 50mm f1.4 A and be done.Before jumping and screaming, note that I say "medium format files would be better".
Here you gohttp://www.dpreview.com/reviews/canon-eos-7d-mark-ii/13Both can be considered as crop versions of the sensors from d800 and 5Ds
"In a normal print or on a regular IPS monitor, it's extremely difficult if not impossible to see the difference in DR between 5DMarkIII and D800."
In a normal print or regular IPS display you don't need 50MP.
Rick Knepper: It was improved, relatively speaking. A sensor with twice the pixels has the same DR as the 5D3 = improved.
Yes, if is is in pixel level. However, you can't have pixel level noise similar to 70d(or 7d2) and improved DR in pixel level.
Lensjoy: Hey, Canon (and Nikon). Let me tell you what I want in a camera besides megapixels. With all the effort spent fighting a battle for the resolution king, I'd rather see these improvements:
Virtual depth-of-field indicator calculated from lens data, since zooms and many prime lenses don't have it any more.
Less noise at high ISO. I want better pixels, not more of them to fill up hard drives.
Focus bracketing with in-camera lossless compression so a stack of images doesn't take up a lot of storage.
Wider dynamic range.
Better RAW architecture for custom ICC profiling.
Faster frame rate for wildlife and action shots.
Improved autofocus. Yes, these cameras are pretty good, but much more can be done here.
Switchable anti-moire (use the sensor cleaning vibrator to shake the sensor during exposure.)
Dual white balance (highlights and shadows) so that both ends of the dynamic range are neutralized. That's the way our eyes work.
Return back in 10 years
The title of preview should have been "If you have invested heavily in Canon glass, wait 3-4 more years." I am glad I haven't.Depressing...
The heading of the preview shoul have been 3-4 more years...
If it is just 2.5x 70D sensor, then RIP Canon!
By 2022 my Samsung Galaxy S13 will have 3500MP front camera ;)
Forgot to mention that is essential for thise who buy HB Lunnar.