mac701: I'm an architectural photographer, it's all going to come down to how sharp it is over the whole image. I jumped ship to Nikon specifically because the 14-24 is sharp across the image and the Canon 16-35mkII was awful at the edges. Even if it's top notch, at that price I can't see being tempted to jump back.
you need the Canon 17mm Tilt Shift for architecture. I use one everyday and its as sharp as you can get.
I shoot in small spaces. This lens will make my life much easier. Thanks Canon.Can't wait to use it . Just ordered it today.
It is in no way difficult to handle. Leica designed it to fit right in your hand , much better than any of the competition .
This review is BS. I own a "T" and its one of the best "carry around " cameras on the market. I use 5dmk3's everyday in my business and after lugging them around I find the "T" a pleasure to use. All the "cons" that were pointed out are just BS.
Its easy to "slam" a camera you don't own. Sounds like a nice camera to me.Some people just like to be negative and most of the time they're the ones that use cheap "point and shoots". The RX1 is way above them.