newe: 4K??? LOL. Who needs it on a phone...well if it makes you feel better go right ahead.
Completely agree. Furthermore it makes it slower and likely use more battery.
I like the mood of this photo!
2eyesee: I can't really see people opting for this over the FZ1000, which includes an EVF and is $200-300 cheaper.
There is no one-size-fits-all. The Canon clearly has a size and reach advantage which, I guess, in the shops will convince many.That said, this camera isn't for me but neither are the other two.I'm more interested in the G7X or a RX100 if anything.
autochrome: Wow. Talk about a marketing droid... the amount of bs here is just insane. This in particular is truly a gem:
"So in your opinion your sensors are currently the best on the market?
Yes. In the EOS 7D Mark II for example the sensor we’ve used is improved compared to the previous generation, especially at high ISO and in shadows. There’s less noise."
It's true that we don't know for sure yet, but i have a vague suspicion that somehow this 7Dmk.II wonder-sensor won't be quite up to the challenge against present Sony sensors at least. The arrogance is truly flabbergasting
There's a lot more BS in these comments than in the article. It's quite fun to read.
Wow, that's really good!
jonte0: HDR must come from "it can be made" rather than "omg, it looks so good".
Same as most photos these days...
I'm looking at the phote, very nice!I look a little closer - in Full view.On the line between the sky and the trees there's a strange blue "noise" line. What is that? It's not reflected in the water for some reason. Has the sky been replaced?
Also some tree tops at the far left side seems to be copied. Is that because of the HDR?
Nice inspiration. Very well done
This is THE coolest shoot :-) Well done!