« on: May 22, 2014, 08:27:47 PM »
How about a return to the APS-H size sensor for the 7D Mk II ?
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They are both Disney so no comparison! The comparison I mentioned was Warner Bros vs Disney!The only comparison that would be hard for me is Warner Bros vs Disney (Looney Tunes vs. Mickey, Donald, etc)Why so hard? Mickey is better/smarter then Donald
Well, Bugs Bunny is clearly smarter than Mickey Mouse...
Probably has more to do with the Canon 6d reaching the 1500.00 dollar price mark (and sometimes lower). If the 7d mark ii comes in over that it, it becomes maybe a niche commodity that doesn't sell all that well. I think the market looks at full frame as the complete item. The biggest reason for crop was affordability and if it loses that it could be phased out.
I agree with you Rowbear! Very nicely done and the boat/boater definitely adds to it and gives it a story... I like it a lot!
Good to see the lowly 7D's are still out there shining and excelling in areas that some say they aren't even made for... Very nice and welcome to the forum!
Btw, you seem to have a couple dust specs toward the top right in the sky field...
I have a M and it's bloody marvellous ! With the 22mm pancake, it's light for hill walking, pictures from it are great, it looks like a cheap compact to a hit and run thief... And importantly, gets the important capture of your life when the FF + f2.8 is just too heavy or big or expensive looking to carry along.
Got to agree that there is no reason to switch systems. Although I prefer the look of Canon files, that's just an opinion and it's personal with no relevance to anyone else. Nikon makes excellent cameras and any of the newest ones will be magnificent. If you want to spend some money on gear, get a camera that matches up with your lenses. This Nikon vs Canon thing is just foolish. If you're not getting good pictures with the camera brand you have, the problem is not the camera.
I had the 50/1.8 and I rather have the 40/2.8 due to the optical quality.