Thanatham Piriyakarnjanakul: More light loss, bigger, added weight and need to increase ISO or change shutter speed when use teleconverter that very great idea. face palm.
OP...Good grief, get a real life!
Alex Efimoff: It's very generous of Hasselblad.
ELLIOTPAULSTERN: I am not sure I get this. Digital cameras on drones have been doing this for quite some time with some very high quality images.
Is this all students at Rochester have to do?
Elliotpaulstern, I'm with you. What's worse is that DP bothered to show those blurry images.
Howard: Now both of these and TIME magazine can happily go into history's dust bin.
Howard, indeed technology has moved on. Pulp magazines are outdated as well. This was a trip down nostalga lane which glosses over the horrible pictures either of these cameras yielded. I am glad technology moved on, would not want either of these cameras.
Just Ed: Sounds good to me. The iPhone should be #3 imo.
^Troll! DPR has so many of them.
Sounds good to me. The iPhone should be #3 imo.
How will all Canon pros switch brands before Rio's Opening Ceremony, on the 5th of August? There's simply no time!
How will they be able to push 5EV on Bolt and Gatlin?
It's worse than ZIca!
(...good grief...splitting hairs on such behemoths, technical marvel cameras...You guys and DPR really lost it...)
Indeed, it seems to beat the D5 soundly
Just Ed: Would like to see how the controls are laid out on the back of the camera, did I miss something? Not interested in this crop sensor but am wondering if the body will be the starting point for the 6D mkii....whenever that appears?
Possibly not, there are rummors that Canon wants it smaller. But of course no one really knows yet.
Would like to see how the controls are laid out on the back of the camera, did I miss something? Not interested in this crop sensor but am wondering if the body will be the starting point for the 6D mkii....whenever that appears?
I had no idea cameras were made in halves? Am going to inspect mine with a magnifier to see if I can find the seams.😀
Sigma's Quatro cameras might get more traction in the market place if their body design wasn't so odd. jmo😀
Fogsprig: Every comment section on DPR leaves me with a notion that Sony guys are the worst amongst fanboys.
Reminds me of the old Sony and Cher "Sony, no baloney" comercials.
shutterbobby: Wonder if Picasa will still work? or will they kill the web albums as well :(
Nimbifer, you answered my question....that makes me very depressed as I have some public albums.
Reactive: This seems a sort-of logical step, as Picasa was a fully fledged app from many years ago. Now Google will be able to do what they do with all their other apps, which means remove most of the useful features, add silly new features that you don't need, and generally spoil the interface a little bit more on every update.
Yup, just like Apple did with iPhoto
Wild Light: hyperbole
Let me clarify it for you: Please buy one of our lenses so I can keep my job.😀
princecody: Sony is WINNING!
May you mature into a well rounded person.
rsenk19: It is difficult to trust the word "forever" from companies like Sony...
You Are more diplomatic than I am.
A brief but interesting hands on. The video is quite nice given the size on my iPad.
Robemo: Well, can't blame DPReview for two articles about this new camera in a very 'neutral' and fact based way. In stark contrast to the almost 'hyperventilating' articles full of subjective superlatives that DPReview published when other cameras were introduced recently before decent tests were done.I like the 'neutral' way better. But I do wonder why even our techie Rishi fails to mention one particular fact about this camera that is rather significant for Canon users (or any photographer). It's the fact that Canon finally integrated the A/D converter circuitry with the sensor like Sony has been doing for some time. Any reason? Because this is where hundreds if not thousands flame wars were about in the forums. And it was the standard critical remark in all reviews of Canon cameras here. So why omit it when it's so important?
Rishi, for some reason Canon is downplaying the on chip DA and have releasd no technical details about it. They have made a statement that at native iso there should be improbed DR. Not that matters much as this is clearly not a landscape photographers best choice. However, it does make me wonder what Canon doing by not trumpeting the new chip features equally?
spiderhunter: It would be good if advancement in technology meant smaller camera sizes.
And Canon has wonderful DO lenses which do the same thing, only better.