JaimeA: It is hard to believe that in this time of advanced camera development this camera does not have stabilization of any kind.
To those saying they don't want this camera to have stabilisation because it's not needed: you can turn stabilisation off. Meanwhile anyone else who is doing low light work or video, it really should have stabilisation at this price point.
Aur: just a matter of time with these sytems before you drop your camera
it just takes one time to think your camera is locked into the holster when it's not, you release your camera with your hand and it falls, lens first, on the concrete below it
also, if you use that on busy streets, some people can seriously hurt themselves on your camera, the hot shoe is extremely sharp, if someone runs against your camera, they could hurt themselves really badly on the hot shoe metal
"some people can seriously hurt themselves on your camera, the hot shoe is extremely sharp, if someone runs against your camera, they could hurt themselves really badly on the hot shoe metal"
~ overdramatic post of the day
Scorpius1: These will be sweet on the next 50mp A camera.. I'm seriously tempted to buy into this system!
At the cost of high ISO? It will still have less noise than m43.
cgarrard: Might be nice to see a few budget primes for this lineup too, get people into the system with less outlay.
An aggressive announcement regardless, and showing strength for the FE system.
@cgarrard This is what Sony considers budget. If you can't afford it, then just get a Canon entry level DSLR and get the Canon 50/1.8.
Let's be honest, this is what you get for funding people kickstarter. Why literally throw your money away in the first place and then pretend to act shocked?
At first I was excited about the new APS-C converters and thought Sony had not abandoned APS-C e-mount, but after seeing the picture it's just the old converters with a black paint job. Also contradictory to what Sony is saying, the old converters work fine with the 20/2.8.
Did you read the announcement? The 28mm f/2 is a budget prime.
princecody: Steve Huff just posted a quick video on the *new Sony Distagon T* FE 35mm f/1.4 ZA Lens. Said it was better than Leica & Best E mount lens to date for IQ. BHPHOTO seems they a had in stock that have now sold out. I'm interested in this lens & obviously Sony's *new macro lens & how it compares to the Olympus 60mm macro lens :)
That doesnt really say much. Steve Huff is overly enthusiastic about any new thing that comes out and claims the latest thing is the best thing ever.
Who is going to pay $1000 for a superzoom?
Screw RAW. This looks like a FUN camera.
art99: Where is the 4K in this camera? a new model without the 4K? You gotta be kidding'
@flipac Well Samsung managed to put 4k in the new NX500 which is an entry level mirrorless and has a bigger sensor size (more prone to overheating).
The articulated screen and included bouncing flash are a very nice surprise. Silent shutter is also a huge plus.
wootpile: It's a great piece of software - but I refuse to pay a cloud fee for it. over a 10 year - span - PS CC will cost you $1200. hope they go broke.
Just pirate it.
mgrum: "Canon has never offered us two cameras with the same sensor and asked us to pay more for one, to get some extra features before"
That's pretty much all Canon have done for the past 6 years ;)
mosc: So they release an IBIS body and now they want to sell you a bunch of giant OSS lenses for it?
@viking79 How is it dual IS bad when it's proven to be more effective? The two IS systems communicate with each other.
It's obvious what Sony is doing here.
They are intentionally releasing gigantic lenses now so that next year they can conveniently release the Mark II version with up to 40% smaller size reduction as a major selling point.
Just like they did with the a7 grip: Intentionally put an inferior grip and shutter release placement and then add the proper grip and shutter placement in the Mark II version (a7II and soon to be a7rII/a7sII) and sell it as a new feature upgrade.
Beckler8: I wonder if they've omitted power zoom on the 24-240; probably. Just like there's no zoom control on the a7 body which makes no sense. But then there aren't many controls on the body at all because they're going for some ridiculous minimalist style, which has no place in *functional* product design meant for serious users.
What on Earth are you talking about? The 24-240 is not a powerzoom lens and was never marketed as one. And just because a lens has powerzoom doesn't automatically make it a professional lens. Look at the Sony, Samsung and m43 consumer grade kit lenses with powerzoom.
No IBIS + No Lens IS = No ISNo IBIS + Lens IS = ISIBIS + No Lens = ISIBIS + Lens IS = Double IS
The only practical lens is the 28/2 FE. The rest are the size of a small rocket launcher.
The answer is no. Canon is too concerned mirrorless will cannibilize their DSLR lines and cheapen their brand name and reputation.