The forth D800E, should I accept it?

Started Aug 30, 2012 | Discussions thread
Tharizdun Regular Member • Posts: 314
Re: The forth D800E, should I accept it?

Leos wrote:

That said, I think it would be a safe bet by now to conclude that Canon got it right with their new cameras AF this time around. While obviously, it cannot be judged at the same enlargement as the D800, at least when it comes to fast glass (The "Digillooyd" case - not the left AF point) it seems Canon doesnt miss as often and as severe as the Nikons.
Good luck in your chase for the perfect compromise for you.

Not true, the 5D had a mirror that fell out of the body, the 5D2 had light leaks and black holes, and the ghost image problem on the 7D. and then there was the 1D3 focus problem. Not to mention the 650D irritating rubber grip.

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