Its the lens with interchangeable body..... interesting.... :D
I would add one more glamour retouch effect:
Redden Noses: Applies a blush-like effect to a person’s nose to make them look like clowns. Or alcoholics.
I just broke my 2 year old Canon A3300 and wish Canon A3500 would be better, but I miss the mode dial, but hey, I have a dedicated movie button, the aperture is worse F2.8 - F6.9 vs F2.8 - F5.9 in A3300, but I have wi-fi now and eco mode, that enables me to achieve the battery life as long as it was on the older model, everything else is the same...Would you call it progress?
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to perfection I miss couple things... time-lapse shooting, some kind of panorama, longer battery life (by Canon 1100D is it 800 shots) and multiple exposure (my old film camera Canon 3000v has it)...but still is this one great camera indeed
today is the 25th anniversary of Canon's EOS system, which started with the Canon EOS 650 in 1987..... I want Canon 650D and not this brick ... ;)
I wanna see this sensor in some high end 10 - 12MP compact camera... could be Canon S 105 :)
Ken Rockwell said: if you already have a Nikon D40 (or FE or SP), there's no need to buy a D800
sigma manager nr 1: nobody buys our cameras with 600 percent marginsigma manager nr 2: ok, lets sell it just with 200 percent marginsigma manager nr 1: what about those idiots, who already bought SD1?sigma manager nr 2: whatever, we just shut them up with some free lens
nice camera, but the new olympus om-d is the winner here ;)
plus of the highest model - more optical zoom.. minus - shorter battery life, omission of dial mode, slightly worse aperture, sluggish continuous drive....and all the other features the same... I wouldnt call it progress ....boooo
ixus 510 has crop factor 7, which looks like the 16MP sensor only uses 10MP from the center :(
no towel holder? I'll pass ;)
"IXUS 500 HS is the slimmest camera of its type in the world" with the world's SMALLEST sensor ! :(
The sensor has the same pixel density as the one on Canon 600D. Maybe its the same old sensor, just doesnt use the whole area (cropped to 4:3), but new is the connection with the Digic 5 processor, thats why it performs slightly better ;)
nice camera, the price not so much.... its pretty big and heavy as well, the mirrorless olympus or panasonic cameras are smaller and lighter..... for the money, id prefer canon 600d ... http://camerasize.com/compare/#257,99
I used to have fuji f70, it was "only" 10mpix but I only shoot in 5mpix after I examined the pictures closely....and when I resized the 5mpix picture up to 10mpix, it was actually better than the 10mpix one straight out of the camera!....It comes to point soon, when professionals will shoot 18mpix photos from full frame sensor and every point and shoot camera will have at least 50mpix on their tiny sensor, but loads of new modes (hamster, tea cup pig, angry birds, my doggie crap mode ...)
choochoo22: OK Canon, now it’s your turn. What I expect Canon to bring to the table, as always, is excellent build quality and refinement of other people’s ideas. Fortunately other people have taken the risk, introduced many new ideas, and created a new market for compact system cameras. Here is my wish list for Canon (or Fuji, if they’re up to it):
The form factor, hump-less viewfinder, hot-shoe, and sensor of the NEX-7, it would be OK to drop a few megapix to achieve better noise or the ultrafast hybrid focusing and burst rate of the V1. It should have a smoothly integrated user interface and excellent jpeg engine. It should have Sony’s sophisticated processing modes (HDR, Sweep pan, DRO, etc.), 1080p/60 video with still capture. Olympus’ in-body image stabilization and good looks would be nice. At least one pocket able zoom lens and a range of appropriate quality lenses at affordable prices and, of course, adapters for Canon and other’s existing SLR lenses.
Did I miss anything?
Its too perfect to be true;)...but I agree, there is no point to make another different sensor size and new line of lenses..!... to the perfect mirrorles camera I would add wireless flash control, tilt screen, hybrid viewfinder as on Fujifilm X100, direct function buttons, quite shutter, af lamp, internal flash as by panasonic gx1(its possible to bend it backwards, so it can bounce off the ceiling:) and some more features like time-lapse shooting, the option to combine 2 or more images together, customizable self timer, distortion control, the sony´s focus peak control for manual focusing and battery life for 800 pictures at least! ....