Jimmy jang Boo: The third image is a standout, but I find the lens flare distracting.
people look for perfection in a lens, not realizing that imperfections in the equipment make the image perfect.
I'd like to say it's great price for a backup or disposable body, but then again I can get a 5D mk I or Canon t4i for the same price on ebay/Craigslist and be happier.
BarnET: "The Rebel T6 will ship in the US next month at a price of $549"
I bet you my car that it will be half of that before the end of this year.
Or a quarter on craigslist.
Yawn. Wake me up when a proper mirrorless or innovative effort from Canon is here.
reptile9985: Is there any chance that Sony will stop this adapter from work in future firmware updates? I'm afraid of...
I doubt it as they would be hurting future camera body sales. With lawyers, legally, they could. However, if they just block it using code, future firmware updates from Sigma USB dock could bypass these roadblocks.
With fantastic glass, cross platform compatibility and (relatively) modest pricing, Sigma's goal is to become a powerhouse and a winner. Bravo.
Combatmedic870: The original 100-400 wasn't a classic. It was old. There is a difference. The 85 1.2 is a classic.
Thank you. The 100-400 is far from classic.
Every question must seem an exercise in futility.
Nindy: Why does DP dance around questions? I would love to see Canon pushed a little harder with questions around why 4K hasn't been implemented in the enthusiast market, we all know answer. Letting Canon give you a BS answer maybe be acceptable to DP but we the readers want DP to ask and push manufacturers and be the voice of the people
Precisely why the Koreans have overtaken the Japanese
ProfHankD: Did Canon say something? Nope.
The "read between the lines" is that Canon can't figure-out how to make really new products while keeping their very cost-effective standard guts in them. Sadly for them, they no longer have the infrastructure to compete with engineering-intensive companies like Sony.
My suggestion to Canon is to embrace the main sources of their innovation over the last decade: CHDK and ML. If Canon can't afford to do the research and development, especially in software/firmware, there are people in the open source world who can and are willing to, including academics like me. All Canon has to do is decide to support rather than ignore/frustrate these efforts....
Looking for funding are we?
wb2trf: This is a deeply stupid review because it confuses two fundamentally different questions: does one want to use a camera that is in this class (compact, high resolution, fixed focal-length lens) and is this a good camera of this class? Instead, as it stands, this review is like a review of a live-theater play that compares it to a movie version of the same play and is written by someone who deeply likes movies, not plays. This class of cameras is like the live theater: tough to do Star Wars in live, but maybe, to some, live has its unique charms. The fact that the reviewer deeply prefers movies keeps creeping into this confused review.
Lets instead suppose that no one buys this class of camera who doesn't think that they want to own this class of camera, with all the class peculiarities. The review should really confine itself to comparisons to the Leica, (unless there are any other relevant cameras in this class.) That's all that belongs here. This vs. the Leica. That's it.
or the reviewer?
I'm waiting for good fast Tokina primes like Sigma and Tamron are offering. Tamron is getting to be exciting with image quality approaching Sigma Art at a lower price and with stabilization. Come on Tokina.
Erez, your image is great, and better yet sharing your techniques was a very generous and selfless gesture as I mentioned in the very first post at the bottom. However, don't take all the negative posts here to heart. Most people here will rip you to shreds for no reason, it's been like that for years. Quite possibly the most aggressive forum on the web. It's the culture here. By posting here one pretty much agrees to being desecrated.
If you could afford the 600mm you'd have a 1D or 5D body. The body price of the t6i falls in the disposable camera category relative to the price of the lenses shown in this video. Looks like a Canon commercial.
Thanks for sharing your details about the story and techniques. That's the only way for others to learn. Enjoyed your post
RedFox88: Meh. Only 5 lenses and only one of them is high quality.
I'd say only one of them (50mm) is a world class leader in image quality.
Karroly: Subjects are interesting, well framed, but I am bored with these highly saturated - and thus unnatural - colors most landscape photographers used these days. Do these landscapes really need such post-processing to look great ?
Landscape photography has become a test of post-processing skills; how can I outdo the guy next to me with more MegaPixels, more PhotoShopor whatever else, otherwise it's the same shot as the next guy. Not much going on.
Chris Yates: It's because of Sony and it's A7 mirrorless lineup. Canon still doesn't get it.Put out a FF mirrorless and see sales skyrocket. there are countless people like me waiting on the sidelines. But once I pull the plug on another system it's over.
I really wanted to say, and should have said any mirrorless system, not just the a7.
It's because of Sony and it's A7 mirrorless lineup. Canon still doesn't get it.Put out a FF mirrorless and see sales skyrocket. there are countless people like me waiting on the sidelines. But once I pull the plug on another system it's over.