I imagine many people must be asking the same question, but how better could it be compared with the already wonderful and build like a tank Sigma 35 1.4 art? I don't see a business case how will someone pick up this one at $1800 when I can get similar quality from Sigma at $800? Don't get me wrong this is only one particular case, I own a 70-200 f2.8l ii that so far it an unique jewel in the market, but this 35 it's just not making a lot sense for me
What about the Galaxy Note 4? In paper looks better than all the phones in the list.
When is canon going back to the game? Gents I am a frustrated canon user... What happen with this guys just announcing boring orControversial or overlapping products? Many of my colleagues a switching to Nikon and I think I will eventually do it as well.
Wow, the noise at 1600 looks terrible... Fuji and Olympus are way better:
Anyways at this time the is too much speculation, so let's wait a bit.
I've just got my new 24-70 f2.8L II USM and so far looks incredible, performs much better than my 17-40 and Siggy 35 f1.4 @f4. It is comparable to my 70-200 f2.8 at 70mm. So it is an impressive piece of glass. I upgraded from my 24-105 after more than a year hesitating to do it, the reason is the 24-105 at the end of the day was not a lens I trusted 100% of the time, in my experience sometimes I managed to get good results, something not so good.
Guys guys, I just want a canon mount affordable 24-70 F2.8 DG OS HSM with good IQ (please no Tamron) Sigma has demonstrated with the A series they can do it... then what's going on? why nobody can offer the 24-70 2.8 to compete the abusive new Canon?
Maybe HTC could make a good camera with android but Samsung?? forget it... they just know how to destroy an android image, make the system slow, unreliable and in general terrible, this is a failure...
Sony is doing it great, but the fact that is sticking with SLT limits a lot the market... For me it will be like que cars, little details here and there will make the difference, for example the wi-fi and GPS buit-in. Aso the ASP-C cameras will die in the near future, but I see pentax, olimpus, fuji, etc... Having exactly the same market than today, I only see Nikon dominating the market, sony being the king of the prosumers and cannon in a kind of limbo living from the loyal owners.
Nikon D800 specs to support Nikon and Canon EF, EF-S lenses, with Wi-FI and GPS included, wireless infrared trigger, 11 fps, weather sealed, magnesium body and the size of a canon t4i...
Great picture, How did you get that dynamic range?? HDR?