How about "annihilates"?
Now that would be something!!!
Undeniably a great camera. Very sharp, in particular with fast Nikkor lenses. But.... something is not right with the colour saturation / color cast. I am pretty sure the results are close to natural, but..... when I check that Canon 80D... my hart warms up and I simply enjoy those Canon colors better.
That being said, Canon shots do look muddy... sharpness-free... ahhh well....
Boky: the sample photos done with that 18-13 5 look lifeless and with no sharpness of any sort - amaizing... and the combo costs $1600 !
this did cross my mind as well...
the sample photos done with that 18-13 5 look lifeless and with no sharpness of any sort - amaizing... and the combo costs $1600 !
Beautiful colour and great sharpness.Nick
For years I've been saying how lousy the canon AF body/lens combo works. It is fundamental flowed. Buying a body without AF Micro-adjust is equivalent to flushing the money down the toilet, in particular if your lens collection consists of expensive L zooms.
So, what do we have in 80D???
A micro adjust that allows for a separate adjustment point with zooms, for wide angle, and when zoomed in!
They can't fix it. I knew that some 10 years ago when I was scammed in buying dSLR and expensive zooms that were unable to provide accurate, consistent focus results.
The funny thing is, how they still manged to sell rubbish for another 10 years....
darngooddesign: This is great. I used a similar guide to replace the lens module in my S100 after it developed the lens error. This looks like a less fiddly and easier repair than that was.
that will be expanded to the whole car in the future...
Ahhh, the good old Canon! Milking their customer base to the nth degree.
Outstanding! Thanks for sharing.
my business card is 90 x 56. it is very small and of standard business card size I see other companies use
this hdd is 74 x 58 (www.samsung.com) - amazing realy!
Very nice! I like this one a lot.Nick
sandy b: That last image has a beautiful almost 3D look to it.
DtEW: It's pretty awesome that some companies actually do seem to try hard to bring you good value for your money, and plan for a long-term relationship with the customer.
It's also great that Roger Cicala can educate and disseminate to the camera-buying-public this sort of insight that is rarely obvious behind all the marketing and ad-copy.
Kudos to Canon and Lensrentals.
they didn't show the PCB.... and the accompanying filtration (chokes / caps) found only in the noisiest of switching mode power supplies.
Boky: so, in general, underexpose the photos to hide lousy DR, use post processing to compensate for inaccurate (shocking) white balance between lit and dark scenes, add sharpness to taste... on a bright side you do get that outstanding 0.5 frames shot-to-shot in RAW.
..... nothing's changed in Canon world in 100 years...
sure, but the lousy DR ones are sold to canon
so, in general, underexpose the photos to hide lousy DR, use post processing to compensate for inaccurate (shocking) white balance between lit and dark scenes, add sharpness to taste... on a bright side you do get that outstanding 0.5 frames shot-to-shot in RAW.
Unbelievable.... how could this photo win anything???
"It’s no surprise that compact camera sales volume also continued to decline, down 29% compared to last year..." no surprise here!!
I am still waiting for S90-series replacement; something that can focus ACCURATELY, be fast to operate and be truly pocketable, i.e. same size as S90. Once canon decides to give us what we want AND STOP INTENTIONALLY CRIPPLING their products, the customers will return.
Same goes for their dSLR range: PUT THE MICRO-ADJUST into all your dSLR's if you CAN'T ACHIEVE consistently accurate focus results with anything but a single lens & dSLR body combo.