digitallollygag: Another 18MP sensor?
not another one, the same one
Dave Luttmann: Hello Canon? Anyone home? Will the T6 through T83 have the same sensor? Innovate guys.
yes it will!!!!
EricAotearoa: Wonderful, the Olympus download program can not run on Microsoft Surface computers, well the RT version anyway. Absolutely great.
RT is not a real computer, its a tablet. go buy a real PC
Eleson: I'm a bit surprised by the lack of imagination from many posters here, " not understanding the product".For many (actually most) taking pictures is not about having them, it is about sharing them. Something 95% of current cameras suck at. And for most, a lower quality image that gets shared is worth a helluva lot more than a great picture that noone sees.Simple as that.
i would never consider a phone a photography tool... and as far as sharing most people share and like to share photos, I personally share with family and friends and email works just fine. All this social media bs is annoying.
post RAW samples, not this JPG crap.
facedodge: My guess is $999 for this lens. $100 dollars more than the 35 1.4 for the extra glass.
50s are generally cheaper then 35s
Nikon plastic bulky budget camera puts Canon plastic bulky Rebels to shame again.
Yxa: Is this where Canon has put their engineering resources instead of in the sensor development?
seems like it, since they made zero improvement in IQ with the sensors.
WOW! way to go Canon, that one hell of an innovation, will go and pre-order 10 of these right now.
topstuff: Interesting in that it tells us that IQ is not the top priority for people.
It also reveals the truth that people generally look at photography through an iPad or tablet and don't print large anymore.
It also reveals that a large percentage of shooters only really take pictures in undemanding situations, with good light and conditions.
Why else would a MFT camera win? ;)
MFT camera that has better dynamic range, in most cases better noise performance then Canon crop cameras, its also more customizable, lighter, better to use then anything that Canon or Nikon released EVER.
retro76: Interesting, you never see most of the caneras selected in public, yet they somehow got best gear ???
best does not equal common. what do you expect? some cheap-ass Rebel and iphone being best photographic gear?
o_23: Canon EOS M was released in 2012, but it was really a hit in 2013 after firmware update and new pricing. It became a totally new camera with incredible IQ, incredible lenses and incredible pricing. I don't see camera in 2013 list that is close to M in terms of ratio IQ/value/pricing. I wish you could add it to the list. Also, I am curious, if new EOS M2 will be released on December 20 (tomorrow), will you include it in 2014 list then or it will count as 2013 model and get out of your list again? DPR needs to make some adjustments according to reality.
EOS M was never a hit, its still a big joke
$650 dollars for this crap camera, wow!!
no wonder they won't release it in USA, EOS M sells here for $280 with a lens, no one would ever buy this.
honza_lin: !!! DISCLOSURE ;-)
Canon should be ashamed...
Heefe: So it supports GX7 now. Does that mean GM1 as well ???
GX7 means GX7.
Support for GM1 is not there.
ThomasSwitzerland: I have no idea why Canon seems sleeping.
it is true, that they are selling a crapload of cameras, but compared to cameras that other companies are making, canon cameras are getting crappier with each generation.
still no sigma support!!!
justin23: assuming of course it comes to your device... I love my android phone but OS updates take forever to reach the phone after android has been released.
that mostly OEM and carrier issue, best is to load custom firmware and not relly on OEM for carrier to provide you updates.
Android phones need RAW support.
Beachcomber Joe: This camera is the result of Nikon misunderstanding their market research. Their research question was "What would you like to see us do with the Nikon 1 system cameras.?". Those queried overwhelminglyresponded "Throw them in the ocean."
haha, that great