I am ... largely given up the 35 for the 40 pancake.
Considered the 35/2 IS?
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At $1999, they're almost being given away.
I have never used an extender and wonder if using one would make the Canon + extender a real pain in the butt. Since money is not my problem what do some of the forum members think on this subject?
Nevertheless, to my mind Canon didn't announce anything major in the first three quarters of 2014 ...
Why is everyone insisting this is slower than f/1.4?
I am going for an 50mm f/2.0 IS, to match the other compact primes with IS. If it is good, and light, I could go for buying this.
I can't imagine a need for a retooled non-L 70-300 that isn't implemented in the L version.
Looks like no EVF:(
I just got back from a cruise. With the kids and wife I have no motivation to lug around my FF gear anymore. I ended up using the EOS-M most of the time. However I missed the EVF very much. I was hoping the M3 would allow me to stick with Canon, but a hotshoe EVF is garbage.
It really looks like after 15 years I'll be moving on. How is it Canon is still missing the boat on mirrorless? Every single time a company has sacrificed innovation to protect existing products they lose, and that's exactly what they're doing. I can't ignore the IBIS + FF + size + video spec of the A7m2 and that ticks me off. There's the added fact Canon has been charging us extra for IS lenses for years when they could have IBIS. So frustrated...