Adam2: Classic liberal socialism. Thank G-d I live in the U.S., though this country is quickly becoming like Europe.
I meant, "People are greedy and crooked, EXCEPT FOR ME."
nicolaiecostel: The 7D mk2 is an action camera. With 10 fps and class leading auto focus, the camera is forgiven for low DR and not that good high ISO performance.
In contrast, a camera like the D800E or D810 is a slow, high megapixel camera with great image quality made especially for applications where a great image with lots of detail is required.
What canon has done is it has made a D810 style camera with the upscaled 7Dmk2 sensor.
And this just doesn't make any sense.
>Nicolaiecostel is a romanian name ans as I am romanian too I spoke to him in my language
Not a problem. Just trying to help out.
Dumnezeu să binecuvânteze România.
Did I get that right?
Pat Cullinan Jr: Europe go to hell.
Europe gave us two world wars. What do they have up their sleeve now?
You lost me at "whishes."
It's peopleism. People are greedy and crooked.
Apart from isms, it's a collaboration of greedy vested interests and rotten politicians. Somebody called this "crony capitalism."
It's not socialism. Socialism is worse by a krillion orders of magnitude.
KrisAK: What about landscape architects? Are their works protected?
Who speaks for the trees?
Trees have the right tp sue. So do fire hydrants, earthworms, distant planets, etc.
It's not socialism. It's humanism, ha ha!
Europe go to hell.
km25: A cancelling filer to conteract the AA. Nikon used that a while ago, then just did put the AA on the sensor. Canon money saving short cuts are one thing, but on a super highend camera like this one, spend a few bucks and just take out the AA on the given model.
>>sau sa spunem mai pe romaneste
or to say in Romanian
Are we supposed to just grok how these things work? The Manfrotto website is mystifying.
I know, they sell themselves.
Richard Murdey: Just look what you can do with this thing!http://photorumors.com/2015/04/03/olympus-air-a01-camera-module-rocket-launcher-style-setup-can-probably-get-you-arrested/
That's actually a GREAT CONCEPT!
I hope it picks up steam. It could spark a minor revolution in telephoto photography. Maybe even a major one.
Love that tie. Good tie tones.
Terrible skin tones.
sh10453: Been a Canon guy since the A1, late 70s, have since purchased at least 2 dozen Canon pro cameras, including FF DSLR's.I am ready to say goodbye Canon, & hello Sony.No native VF is a deal breaker for me. I can't follow a fast bird at 600mm looking at a screen on a bright sunny day!$250 for the VF?1 f/s RAW?3 f/s?It's a shame that Canon is sleeping.A crippled camera with a large sensor is very limiting, although it's fine for those who will use it indoors for portraits)!For a smaller, pocket size one, I opt for the Panasonic DMC-LF1. I love the view finder on this tiny camera, and it has Wi-Fi, NFC, etc. as well, at the price of the Canon VF.For a 25-600mm, I'll opt for the Pana FZ200, f/2.8 all the way to 600mm Leica lens, and 12 f/s, although at a much smaller sensor.
Here is a recent sample photo using the LF1, reduced in size and resolution for the web (from a few days ago; notice the caption):
Thanks for telling us about your experience.
PCMag gave it their Editor's Choice Award and had this to say--
Sharp images. Excellent EVF. When you consider the Panasonic's Raw shooting capability and fixed f/2.8 lens you have a camera that is capable of capturing excellent images in a wide variety of lighting conditions. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200 is the best-performing superzoom we've tested. Review Date October 18, 2012.
SmilerGrogan: You guys are missing what's wrong with this picture....Give up? No foreground interest. What is there in the main part of the picture that's beautiful, striking, or otherwise worth looking at?
Weeel, I allows it has background interest.