We need to wait for proper samples from production camera on credible sites. Lenstip samples always look crap.
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Because the fs700 is a completely different readout (It doesn't address rolling shutter like the c100 sensor does) and looks like junk in all the samples out there. It's got one trick: high fps.
I just love spec sheet warriors.
for days i have about the disbelief that DXO rated Nikon's 800 so much higher than the 5D3.
how of you use DXO products?
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I picked up an EF to m43 adapter with a built in aperture some time ago. It works reasonably well, I don't notice any vignetting with the lenses that I use it with. I've yet to test how much extra dof I get from it. Controlling the aperture of the lens directly would be nice, but with a price tag in the hundreds, I could pick up some Canon FD lenses (mechanical aperture) and adapt those instead.
. On the other hand it's possible it degrades IQ too much (the adapter) or that the electronics don't work reliably.
More than 9 fps on FF seems impossible with a moving mirror. A77 got a fixed one...
nope... if nikon can do it canon sure can.
ok nikon 3Ds does it only in DX mode but that is more a processing problem then a mirror problem.
"If the 5D3 moves up the latter in performance and price, a $2000 full frame camera at launch would be an industry first and a massive seller. Canon was the first company to break the $1000 price barrier with a DSLR, no reason they canâ€™t do it again."