Jennyhappy2: Makes no sense why Canon won't offer this in the US since they recently said they want to dominate the mirrorless market by 2017.
Mirrorless, all brands, is not a high seller in the USA. It does much better in Europe and Japan
tedolf: Wow, that lens looks huge.
That's "mirrorless" for you. Tiny bodies and same sized aps-c lenses.
Tilted Plane: The question does linger--is a $900 camera, without a lens, entry level? The Rebel line seems to beg for a true entry level--in terms of price--without having to buy a 2 or 3 year old model. No?
Sorry but there are several rebels. The T6i isn't entry level. It's akin to the d5500. Canon has the entry level SL1.
Shunda77: Stop gap camera, trying to stop the shift to Nikon full frame. Noise and high ISO performance will kill this camera.
Very high mp cameras, like MF, aren't for high iso. They are landscape and studio cameras.
The return of the "s" series! Well done Canon.
electrophoto: welcome to the plastic styled fake world. and another useless app that should bite the dust.
Not even the best dslr can capture the range the human eye can. If you think there is one you are lying to yourself.
Cipher: Do people buy magazines anymore?
Wow, only 3,000,000 magazines sold in the USA anymore. Talk about fast death! Divided between 100 of different mags!
SoundMix: National Geographic did the same thing to its staff photographers around 15 years ago. NGS did not want to pay retirement/health benefits/401k match anymore. Many other creative types were released at the same time...I was one of them. Many of us continued to work for them freelance. Going freelance I was able to triple my salary with them until I retired. Go figure.
Hopefully the SI photographers will do OK.
I can make up a story like that too!
pdqgp: Meh, I feel for them, but they will very likely be hired back as freelance contractors. It will save the company money and free up the photogs to do other things too.
...right.... I want to be fired and hired on part time so I can do "other things" rather than work earning a paycheck. Few people would prefer one full time job instead of 2 part time jobs of which neither then will provide benefits: medical or retirement savings.
Impulses: I wonder what they paid those guys and what the half dozen photogs that do the swimsuit issue earn... ;p
I believe one photographer does the swimsuits and it's not a sports photographer.
nerd2: f2=f2=f2 and we have f1.7 lens in out pocket!
It's f/1.8 and of course only at its shortest focal length. Aperture will get smaller in a hurry as you zoom!
DPR: 2/3" is really 1/1.5". Use common nomenclature to make it not sound like a much bigger image sensor.
Thing is, the sand pic has a foreground element: the ripples in the sand. Try again!
viking79: Thanks! The hands on photos are very helpful to judge size, the lenses aren't quite as bad (large) as I was initially thinking. They are definitely not compact though.
They are mockups. Real lenses could be a different design completely. Sony has done this mockups under glass things for years to try and show buyers they have real stuff coming up. No idea why why do it. It look amateurish.
Jonathan F/2: Nikon is starting the new year off on the right foot. I think we'll be seeing some butt kicking form them this year! I think the sleeping giant is about to wake up!
What r u talking about "sleeping"? They put out several dslrs last year.
Sad Joe: Nikon like Canon needs to get it mirrorless cameras sorted- now that would be worth DPNEWS giving a new Nikon such airtime - the EOS-M (hated by almost everyone I have two and I love them) and the 1 series have totally failed and DSLR sales continue to fall as does their retail price. This is affecting Nikon much more than Canon for two important reasons: 1: Canon rely far less than Nikon upon camera sales - so Canon can stand the pressure for longer. 2: Nikon have to give SONY a high percentage of their profits for each camera sold as they rely on Sony for sensors. Again Canon can play the waiting game - and do.
High percentage? Unlikely. I've heard aps-c sensors cost about $50 these days. And profit is what is left after paying for materials and labor. A sensor is a part and a part alone.
Jim Salvas: One guy just uploaded 24 photos with this tag. That's pretty needy, fella.
There's nothing to "win" here.
crashpc: Please, add some older camera models in the comparison tool. It has been said many times and it would make good reference. I'm sure you'll find your time for 4-6 models... THX
So... you want them to add old cameras you can't buy new anymore instead of working on new reviews?! It'd take someone weeks (maybe 6 weeks) to aggressive 6 cameras and you'd upset some by not putting their old camera in just "for fun"
Tap0: "The main competitor to the D750 is Canon's EOS 6D"..... the main competitor to the D750 is the D610 ....
Yes, the d750 is a warmed over d610 with cosmetic changes.
RedFox88: A bit of a contradiction, DPR: you can't have a Pro being "best in class burst mode" but a Con being "limited buffer affects continuous shooting". They cancel each other out. Fouls on both teams: replay the down.
But it's a pro and a con in the review. No disputing that fact.