Whats wrong? Image quality/sensor. Not much better than the first 18 mp canon aps-c sensor 10 years ago. Not any better than EOS-M for 200 bucks. Only larger and heavier. ;-)
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I can't find a link for Chuck Westfall mentioning af illumination on the 5d3. Where is that? Was it after the 5d3 came out, as in a firmware update? That's my biggest complaint with my 5d3. Any chance it will still come?
... Delkin dual universal battery charger ...
And no idiotic chip checks.
It's a stop and a third, of noise performance and DOF control (assuming you can keep constant framing through either a change in focal length at the same f-stop or a change in subject distance). You pay for that just like you do with lenses.
There is another plus of the crop sensors, which unfortunately is lost in Canon because Canon does not make good lenses for their crop cameras. Crop sensors don't require all that glass.
Q: Can we continue to make use of the existing battery model
A:“Yes.” The new LP-E6N (1,865mAh) has a larger capacity, while maintaining the same shape as the LP-E6 (1,800mAh). The existing battery charger also remains usable, so equipment that you have purchased for the EOS 7D will not go to waste.
Q: What is the maximum number of shots that can be taken when the battery is fully charged?Obviously Canon is doing something very wrong regarding battery drain.
A:“During viewfinder shooting at a temperature of 23°C and at AE 100%, the maximum number of shots is 800. When using 50% of the built-in flash, the maximum number is 670 shots. Under the same conditions during Live View shooting, the maximum numbers are 270 and 250 shots at AE 100% and flash 50% respectively.” These are the numbers when the LP-E6N battery is used.
Some night snapshot with my EOS M and 22mm f:2 STM