Near $3000 for an APS-C haha. People with such nonlogical thinking should get off their unicorns.
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5 Years for a same generation sensorwhere does it say it's same? in your head? in a rumour? official canon announcement?
I am so trilled
will the IQ be much/any better than the 70DMuch? No. Any? Possibly somewhat at higher ISO.
i wonder how much that body will cost in the € zone... 1500 € ?Hahaha! That's a good one. Usually it's converted $=€, and if its $1800 in the US, its gonna be at least €1800, which is approx. $2330. It always was and it always will be like that.
Personally, I'd choose the 70-200 II + 1.4xIII for the better IS and AF with similar IQ.I tried the 1.4xII (yes, version 2) with my 70D and 70-200L f2.8 and while I was satisfied with the IQ, i was not nearly satisfied with the AF. On a super bright sunny day, photographing football, first division. To my knowledge, Mark III extenders don't offer any improvement to AF over Mark II extenders on nonsupertele lenses.
The Nikon D7100 or Pentax K-3 wouldn't even come close!Nikon D7100 isnt meant to compete against 7DII. It is meant to be compared against 70D. According to the rumours, Nikon has a 7DII competitor called D9300.
still a rumor, people. don't take it as if Canon itself listed these specs.so many people spewing their venom over something that is: