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(unknown member): They (NASA) also still use ancient microprocessors in their systems. Not because they are cutting edge technically, but because they know exactly how they behave and perform.

@ChickenBalls
nice, I've learnt something today :)

Link | Posted on Nov 17, 2017 at 16:26 UTC
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zodiacfml: It is not "impressively small" if keep on comparing to the RX100 V.

@rrccad,
Im not confusing, im aware the these are cameras that suppose to be in different categories, but leave that fact aside for a second and look at the end result: ILC or not, the Samsung is a more compact device, you just happen to have the "bonus" of being able to change lenses.
Feature wise? Same story.
Support? The Canon have a fixed lens, support and future compatibility are not big issues.

Let's put it another way, the Mark III might be a useless offering where there are such great offerings giving the same features, portability and more from other manufacturers for a smaller price, even that on paper they are in a different category.
I expect more of Canon and that price they are asking.

Link | Posted on Oct 29, 2017 at 08:20 UTC
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zodiacfml: It is not "impressively small" if keep on comparing to the RX100 V.

@rccad,
Just put the 30mm on the samsung and you have an incredibly compact APSC. Its either Samsung were way ahead of their time, or Canon is wayyyy late for the game.
This camera have nothing exciting, nothing new, i would consider it for 600$, but Canon is really becoming like the Apple of cameras - introducing a device with the same (or less) features than the competitors, but charging twice as much.
I dont care about brand name, i care about features.

Link | Posted on Oct 28, 2017 at 05:34 UTC
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zodiacfml: It is not "impressively small" if keep on comparing to the RX100 V.

I don't get it - 6 years ago, Samsung introduced the NX1000 which is smaller, have interchangeable lens capability, and an APS-C sensor, and cost half the Canon (as new back then). Is this a some kind of a joke?

Link | Posted on Oct 27, 2017 at 17:37 UTC
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