Small primes don't perform as well as many of the bigger primes. Third, a shorter flange distance allows the use of adaptors so that you can use - long flange only - lenses from other systems. Visually there is some micro encephalitis going on here. Giving it a rugged, beefy rangefinder build could be a solution. Next day they ask costumers what they need. Do we all want smaller batteries for our smaller bodies so we can carry the spares in our pockets? Canon needs to keep pushing its video capabilities, though, particularly considering rumors that video-savvy Panasonic will launch a full-frame mirrorless camera. Even in low light, images take on a new dimension with the auto focus in as little as 0.
Anyone with half a brain here can see that! Have you actually asked filmmakers what they prefer? An upcoming free firmware update will enable silent shutter in continuous shooting mode as well. However, Canon has to start looking at what its competition is doing. Also which brand of lenses get adapted the most, it's Canon. Canon is already starting from scratch. Regarding the B700, I'm just procrastinating on selling it.
Sony can't even make a weather resistant camera properly nor one with a decent grip and controls. It also retains full autofocus and image stabilization capabilities and contains no optical components, thereby maintaining the original optical quality of the mounted lens. There really is no need to be so annoyed at Sony doing well, it helps your beloved Canon innovate you'd hope Edmond Leung - I'm pretty sure that companies such as Sigma have a very good pulse on the industry. Qualifying the story as a rumour is real news. Saying what you said just makes you sound like an ignorant, crabby old person, haha. In fact, I miss those.
It includes a range illuminator for focusing in near dark. The image quality can be amazing, but first you need to get the shot. I think this is only propaganda to slow down competition crazy sales. I wonder how much of a big deal it is. I would like to be able to use the 50mm 1.
I didn't say I had data, I said I had evidence, I have asked for some data that proves Sony are in trouble and about to leave the photography business. At any time, you can instantly reset one or both of your selected settings with a single button press—all without actually changing your exposure mode. They'll go where the business is, and they clearly feel that the business will be with Sony mirrorless. The Control Ring Mount Adapter adds a customizable control ring via the adapter that provides photographers with added functionality to their fingertips. Which adds enough complexity to a prime but is much worse when you try to build a wide-to-tele zoom. But the one camera I absolutely loved from Canon was the Canon 5Ds series. The lifecycle of cameras is fairly long, especially Canon cameras.
And that happens over time too. Canon Full Frame Mirrorless The information in this section was primarily drawn from various reports over on , and ; in addition to our general industry knowledge. I only link well known and reputable sellers. The Canon's all feel like real cameras; this will be no exception. The touch bar doesn't operate as intuitively as I would like. David Pogue is a dinosaur, what does he know about what young people think or do today? But I am very pleased with what this camera is putting out. So it didn't matter what benefits digital photography might offer, they disliked it no matter what.
Even modern phase lenses can't touch what's possible on a tech cam even with the same digital back. It's extremely difficult or not at all possible to keep the same battery performance with a smaller body. Mirrorless cameras also require more energy, which only compounds the problem. Actual prices are set by individual dealers and may vary. That's probably not going unnoticed by Canon and Nikon. A 5Ds it will have to be. It would get the system ready immediately out of the gate.
These responses over all the forums people are having are genuine disgust for a very long wait by many. They'll be starting off new, starting from scratch. Frankly, they would laugh at your idiotic prediction because they clearly know more than you do. They need to do what they can to make the best damned camera they can and to fight back against many of their competitors. Well, it's mostly because I don't want to waste money on multiple systems.
Developing fast aperture lenses require them to be bigger and this is something no manufacturer can get past. In 5 years time the situation will be different and there will be a convergence in terms of specification, ergonomics and availability of non-adapted lenses. Canon and Nikon will release a very conservative camera. But in testing the cameras, it's easy to see why Canon did this. Now I wouldn't mind if the a9 was a little larger to fit my big hands, but when you have to take at least 2 camera bodies sometimes 3 to shoot a game, it's a huge difference.