ttran88: Looks like Canon has taken 2014 off..
yet people are stupid to keep buying their cameras, I got 5DIII but if there is nothing good after CP+ I really need to think about switching. 7DII was a huge disappointment, same old sensor tech.
waiting for announcement of Nikon D760 ;)
good job canon!! who needs new sensors, when you release products like this!
Fredy Ross: I don't trust cloud storage prefer to store on external hard drives.
Kuivaamo, people don't trust cloud storage for a lot of reasons, leaving your data in someones else hands is never a good ideal.
wow, Canon is really really desperate, its pathetic.
I bet is a new printer ;)
nekrosoft13: hey Chuck where is 4k? little late in catch up game.
and MOV and MP4 is not a codec, those are containers, codecs are H264, HEVC, MPEG2, VC-1 etc...
Nikon is not the only competition that Canon has. Point is that Canon is no longer the top dog, even in a field that they pioneered.
nekrosoft13: and BTW THIS IS NOT AN Interview, why don't you ask him some serious questions?
if its not meant to be interview, then stop calling it an interview, scroll up and read the tittle.
racketman: Newer better sensor than the 70D he said.
same BS they said with every rebel announcement, and latest xxD announcements... nothing major ever changed. Canon sensors been behind everyones for years..
and BTW THIS IS NOT AN Interview, why don't you ask him some serious questions?
hey Chuck where is 4k? little late in catch up game.
ThatCamFan: Sorry Canon I jumped ship after seeing no improvements in noise for years. I doubt this camera's image quality will be much different from the 70D if not identical.
Canon milks the cow by changing names of cameras while keeping the same old sensors & low light performance. I am glad I jumped ships.
But I will give them that 10fps is impressive, I just wish they would not feel the need to paint lenses white nor copy paste every single camera's sensor instead of doing some innovation.
Joseph Black, you do know that when you send comments to Canon suggestions/customer service no one meaningful will ever read them? some level 1 email support employee will reply to you with some copy and paste generic answer, and thats how far your suggestion/comment will go up the chain.
JoeAmateur: I can tell that a lot of commenters have never used the 7D. The MkII has everything an action/birding/event photographer could ask for: super fast focussing and shooting, great movie capabilities, super-rugged. Great job, Canon! (Except the missing touch screen.)
except for 4k, except for actual faster burst rate (while other cameras have 11, 12, or 15fps) ...
Randy Benter: They should build the flash into the body and ditch the clip-on accessory. Even the tiny GM1 has a built-in flash.
but then look at E-M10, you have VF and Flash
Kipplemaster: The fact that the copyright office say they will not register copyright to an animal does not mean they are taking Wikimedia's side, it just means they will only register copyright to a human being, which I would have thought was blindingly obvious. It supports the photographer's case if anything.
I should mention, unlike the other 1465 people who have commented seemingly thinking that common sense is the same thing as the law, that I am not qualified to advise on this (I am a qualified lawyer in the UK but not a copyright lawyer).
no, they did not say they will not register to an animal. They said "'The Office will not register works produced by nature, animals, or plants"
By and To, entirely change the meaning.
fberns: It was the photographer's camera, he made the trip, he was there near the monkeys, he published the photo. If it's not him to decide on those photos. the law is buillshit.
monkey took the photo, monkey is the author.
Nigel Wilkins: Regardless of copyright ownership, Wikimedia really shouldn't be encouraging the use of images without permission, which they apparently didn't even try to obtain. As if copyright theft wasn't already a big enough problem.
I'd love to post my best images full size without a watermark, but this is the kind of thing that prevents me from doing it. I suspect there are & will be many other fantastic photos never shown to the world for fear of losing all control over their use. Who actually benefits from this? I can see no beneficiary but many losers from this kind of attitude, both photographers & those who just like to look at nice photos.
I'm sure if they asked the monkey, he/she wouldn't have a problem with it.
since the monkey took the picture, that would make the monkey the photographer, the tittle is incorrect. The photographer (the monkey) didn't request the photo to be removed.
last time something "big was coming" it was a white rebel. Now it must be a pink rebel.
quezra: Finally the tele lens! Now where's the EVF and grip to use it properly?
as long as all the clueless people will keep buying the 5th 10th incarnation of the same rebel with the same damn sensor tech from 5-6 years ago, nothing will change. Canon will keep releasing the same outdated crap.