« on: January 26, 2015, 01:49:26 PM »
I do not expect Canon to act on this, but I think that a left hand conversion would be a good product for third party accessory manufacturers like: Pixel Vertax, Flashpoint, Phottix, Meike, Bower or Hahnel.
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Thanks for demonstrating why rating lenses based on data that has been obtained via a setup with more then one variable is less then useless.Correct.
Many of Canon lenses would be good enough for a 100 MP FF sensor, at least at f/4.Sure, if you settle for a 20+ PMP image. But if you do, why pay for a 100 MP image sensor.
Almost all Canon's current lenses would do just fine on a 50MP full frame sensor, and the better ones would excel.If you are used to images from a 24MP sensor and accept that level of quality, I agree.
The high pixel sensor will cause serious problems on the optical side. For example, if you go to DXOMark, there is nearly no lens able to match the 36 MP Sensor of a Nikon D810.I agree with most of what you said, except for accepting a limited sensor resolution for that reason.
Canon came late to the game, and they should have gone with a full frame sensor. A FF mirrorless from Canon could have shaken things up.Agreed !!
That's no good.I agree with you. I am making a case for mirrorless because of its many other advantages. But you are right; the time to focus and some buyers fear of EVF is still a hold back. However, both of these are in the path of better chip technology which the semiconductor industry is very good at. I believe that in a couple of years it will be a mostly mirrorless market with a few DSLR holdovers.
150 msec?? This is sooo s---l---o---w. I guess that camera is not for me after all.It's in the order of a young mans reaction time. Therefore a young man with a Sony RX1 would keep up with an old man with a DSLR.
Just curious why Nikon can do it but Canon can't.Hi bdunbar 79
Speaking of the D800, is it true in Nikon cameras, when you are in auto ISO, you can still do EC?You can do EC (Exposure Compensation) in both manual ISO and auto ISO. Auto ISO does not alter your exposure (ISO+aperture setting+exposure time) it only tries to optimize ISO for the exposure that you or the camera have selected, be it a compensated exposure or not.
The FF sensor in a body like the Fujifilm XPro-1 would be very desirableLook at the new Sony RX1.