buellom

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  • I'd expect a 85mm to perform better. Compare the Sigma Art 50mm and 85mm at Optical limits (Nikon). Agreed, it might be an indication. But as with comparing 50mm with 85mm it's again not comparing ...
  • Different focal length? No, I didn't. These are computer generated models, not measured with real lenses. I did, see below (I called them photozone, their former name). So let's look at the f2.8 ...
  • This comparison doesn't make much sense to me. The excellent Sigma 1.4/50 Art has a sharpness rating of 25 on the Canon 5D IV, compared to 22 of the RF 1.2/50 on the R. I'd expect a 1.2 lens to be ...
  • No, there is nothing wrong with center sharpness. But a lens with (even) higher center sharpness but much worse corner sharpness might get a better dxomark rating (overall and in the category ...
  • This one dxo number doesn't say anything (to me). But if you take a deeper look into the information provided by DXOmark then you see that the sharpness in the corners is very good. Am I willing ...
  • Not sure what you mean by lens caps. I think it would have been possible to build the lens into the body (when the mirror box is removed) and "simulate" a short flange distance. I guess the ...
  • It wouldn't habe been a smart decision, but this was not the question.
  • True. One could use the EF mount and build lenses that go near to the sensor when there is no mirror in the way. To some extend Canin did this with EF-S. But re the ease of lens designs the Nikon ...
  • It's not this 1mm, but the difference in flange distance: 20mm Canon vs 16mm Nikon.
  • Hi Noogy, Did you experience any dust issues with one or the other? If you compare it to DSLRs, anything worth mentioning? I still have a 5DII and never had any real issues with dust. Twice a year ...
  • Replied in Canon 24-240
    There is the Oly 12-100 which received good reviews. So why not a similar lens for FF? We will see, I'm curious.
  • Replied in RIP M
    An RF-M lens can have the same size as an EF-M lens. The image circle is the same, the flange distance isn't a big difference, only the diameter might make the lens a bit thicker towards the ...
  • Replied in RIP M
    Indeed, but ... ... how small can an R get? The R mount is larger but I think it's possible to build a R camera that has the same size as the current Ms and uses an APS-C sensor. (This would be a ...
  • Replied in RIP M
    I get your point and if the M was able to take R-lenses the M system would make a lot sense to me. However, the question for Canon will be if they can sell enough Ms to justify R&D expenses. A ...
  • Replied in RIP M
    My guess is, that there was a misled evaluation of the market when Canon developed the M system. With the introduction of the R and the incompatibility of the lenses the M is no feeder system for ...
  • The rumored RP is supposed to have eye-AF in AF-C, so my guess is that this will come to the R too when the RP is released. Though, strange to have minor fw update before a major one ...
  • The RP is supposed to feature eye AF in AF-C and I don't think that the moedel below the R will feature better AF. So my bet is that the new fw update for the R is coming with the introduction of ...
  • Hm, I would be fine with 26 MP, but if it's basically the same 6DII sensor I'm out. I understand the business reasoning in re-using the 6DII sensor but long term I' not sure that this decision is ...
  • Not sure if I remember correctly, but didn't Canon undercut current pricing in the industry with the introduction of the 5D classic and the 350D (first Rebel)? If it worked twice, why not going ...
  • Like Leice M lenses?
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