ttran88: Wow can't wait to get this in Canon mount and shoot it with the A7RII.
Very interesting. So the only canon piece in the setup will be the mount. No one can find out you are a Canon guy :-)
Thanks for the review. I incidentally started looking into Note 4 with a different aspect for serious photographers. It can be used as location backup device without much hassle. You can buy a Micro USB On the go (OTG) like this (http://www.amazon.com/StarTech-com-Micro-USB-OTG-Adapter/dp/B00BFYH11Q/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1430582693&sr=8-6&keywords=usb+on+the+go) and connect your regular card reader to this and connect to the phone. Transfer your images to your phone from the field. You can view your images during breaks and sort them out. It's one of the best portable storage with best screen on the market :). I started doing it with Note 2 and going to upgrade to 4. It will be great if dpreview can try this and add to the review. I initially thought the phone should be rooted to do this. But it happened to be nothing need to be done or download. Just spend 5 bucks with your regular card reader and you are ready to go.
Unbelievable shot. Congrats!!
wassim al malak: NIKON d750 and CANON 7d II announced in 48 hours. what would you prefer ? d750 : FF for all uses .7d II : APS-c aimed for sprots and action .
it is not about brand or prices , it's about your needs .
Marc, I bought a6000 because of all raving reviews on the AF. Tel you what. Mirrorless cameras are world behind mirror cameras when it come to AF. You will be lucky if a6000 focuses with indoor bulb light. Very dissappointed. Works ok during daylight. Olympus once claimed the 'fastest' AF. Where's it now? I have no hope on Samsung. Anyhow my subject is wildlife and they have no lens beyond 200mm. I will watch them for sure
I'm a Nikon user with D4. Need a second camera and I want the best AF I can get. Don't care too much about crop sensor. This 7DII possibly has the best AF in the world. I think I will get it and run dual system for a while