ScapingFeet: They should have release this camera at $2799/$2999. Then the performance could have been justifiable.
16 bits....I feel like were talking bout Nintendo's console.
This picture got a lot of attention.Its always nice to see phtographers hit the target with a great pics.It show's us what is possible to get out of the camera
I said "Canon will try to sell this camera to medium format potential buyers"They will get some customers for sure, the Pentax is double the price.Like i said, It might get some people interested.
I agrre but remember it has 51 megapixels, so Canon will try to get the medium format buyers too.Hopefully it will go down in price, but knowing Canon i doubt it....
Stanchung: I pity Canon users. Just pay for a Sony sensor already.
Even the D7200 APSC kicks its a$$
Yep, lots lots better
Yep, nothing special, so you dont need all this technology
Wish I could see your pictures!Got a friend who has a D610 and I get the best pics from my 6D.It depends of the user!!Yes they are differences, but for certain applications!
Nice shot the tulips, is that a Canon? Yep
good, any apps for Canon is welcome....
These infos are available if you read books about light....Its cool to have someone at dpreview giving us something to read.It can be very technical, some people like me would need the very basic of science to dig the infos from books, but reading this makes it a little easy to comprehend.Thx
Its better than the winning pic
I like em all!Canon rocks :)
Segaman: Canon is here to stay
they will come back, you know it.....
Crotach: Jesus, at this price who would want to buy it? You can get full frame for less!
I am with you on this one CrotachWay too much for most of the crowd here.....But they are setting a new standard, prices will go down...in time
Canon is here to stay
I would buy this and not a D750 like suggest the reviewer.Its seems promising, very
Wow, mostly Nikon trashing Canon, such a pity to see some users here, really
I am surprise no one talk bout Dynamic Range ;-)
Michael Wilkinson: So many negative comments from people with no vision of potential uses.How many of you purchased say a Hasselblad Superwide for specific jobs,I did.It paid off too.This will be the same.The people who want top quality images and whose reputation on providing them will buy this.If you are looking just at cost and are happy with your point and shoot its not for you.There are people for whom it will make a great tool .
I dig you, so many lame comments, remember who they are, its a small crowd!
pfac: Well me, I'm kind of glad so many folks already have determined they dislike this camera; better chance getting one at the onset. I like working on a tripod, outside, and think it will be a hoot. Good evidence suggests low ISO noise in shadows will be a 1.5 to 2 x stops better than !Dx and likely less pattern noise than my 5D3, which I love with the great L lenses. Rented the Sony A7II with FE lenses and metabones for a week. Yes, less pattern noise at 100 ISO in recovered shadows. Ergonomics, batteries, lenses, sensor dust magnet--not my cup of tea for now. Maybe in a bit of time. Maybe a bit heavy and not as forward thinking as Sony--Canon 5D3 and great lenses make for incredible photos if one uses them. I'll stick with it for now and look forward to the 5DSR that I preordered.
please dont pay attention to the comments here, most of them are from people who use another brand and they are jealous!!!!