Is your camera set to use back-button autofocus?
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Lol Canon 18Mpx sensor made it to most rubbish bottom model 1200D. Why do you expect they repeat this and put the same sensor into 750D and M3?
Rolls eyes, how many times... Repeat after me, "there's more to a camera performance than just the megapixel count !" Now say it over 500 times
2014 is the Yeah of the Lens!*
*disclaimer: may actually be next yearI'm assuming this has zero bearing on the (rumored) upcoming 100-400mm ii... I'd feel more confident if there reports of the current 100-400mm being discontinued like the 7D.If anything, it basically confirms the 100-400. It won't be a new 200/300/400mm prime. It wont be an update to the 55-250, 18-135, etc (all just recently done with STM). So, what does that really leave?
I guess they could update the 15-85 or 17-55, but I'd doubt that. And they just re-did all their wide and mid-range zooms, so it cant be those. Basically only leaves the 28-135 and the 100-400. And since there really isnt any room for a 28-135 update...
QuoteSo, there is no official mention of a high-resolution camera by Canon.
But Canon must respond to the D800/E and a7R. Canon must respond because (1) the 5DIII outsold the D800, and the a7R isn't really competitive in the relative sales numbers, and (2) Nikon responded by trying to boost sales with an incremental update and Sony responded by releasing a model with 1/3 the resolution. So everyone can see why Canon must deliver a high resolution sensor, right?!?
I wonder if it would be possible to make the 1DX2 as a 60 megapixel camera and run it in "crop mode" where it uses the central part of the sensor for reach, "full mode" for those monstrously large files, and "bin mode" where a 2X2 bin would give you a 15Mpixel camera with good low light performance, or even a 3X3 bin mode for a 7Mpixel camera with really good low light performance. ?
Is everyone saying that it is working using the 'ipod touch' as the OP?
I wish I could talk to the engineering team who developed it to give some very direct feedback about UX
Most companies go one step further and just extend the warranty on the entire device to 90 days from the date they return it to you, but I don't think that's strictly required.
I don't think so. No car repair place extends a 90 day warranty on a entire car after a repair. Otherwise, we'd all be in having them fix trivial issues like a flat tire. I'd say giving a 90 day warranty on a entire device after a repair is pretty unusual.
So the question is... When will Canon respond to the Sigma 50 Art with an update to the 50L?
Canon's lenses have historically had a life of somewhere between 15 and 20 years as a current product.
Expect the 50/1.4 and 50/1.8 to be updated well before the 50/1.2L.
16 GB per day is ~700+ images shooting RAW on the 1D X. If you are awake for 16 hrs per day, that's 960 minutes. If you actually plan to average a picture every 82 seconds, I strongly recommend that you take some time to see the sights of Europe without your view being constrained by a viewfinder.
He seemed to find it a weird thing to ask, but I work for a car dealership network and I'm quite sure that if we change some part on a car that's not under warranty anymore, we still have to provide some warranty on the part we installed (obviously not on wear, but on faults of the part or the work done)...
Anyway, lets hope the new shutter will hold longer
thanks and good night
If your camera was out of warranty and Canon charged you to repair it, then there is a warranty on the repair, I think its three months. However, they do not extend the original warranty for free repairs.
The line says that 4-5% dont buy lenses other than the kit lens.
Which line? The one in the original Japanese, or the one in the poor machine-translation of the original?
70 million cameras, 100 million lenses – 1.43 lenses/body isn't consistent with 95% of people buying additional lenses.
food for thought from another topic ---http://www.canonrumors.com/forum/index.php?topic=21908.msg417183;topicseen#new --- only 5% of the buying public buys more than 1 lens apparently. That leaves 95% with a kit lens. What to venture a bet as to what percentage of that 95% never even take a peek at their manual? What percentage of that 95% even knows what an AF point is? LOL....that is why AFMA won't be in a rebel! How many users are in P mode would end up messing with their AFMA because they have blurry shots - because they don't know their shooting at a slow SS? Or because the AF is locking on to other things (all point active!!!). I would love to have more faith in humanity that this wouldn't happen, but, time and time again I get questions from the first time DSLR user and yup, theynever even opened the manual, hell they don't know where it is and ----yeah they look at me like I'm Satan for asking....I paid $$$$ for this and it should just work. UGGGGGG....no no no no no....AFMA just has no place in the rebel line....
and most of those people shoot in "green box" mode.... do you really want them to be doing a complex and precise calibration sequence on a tool that they do not know how to use? AFMA is hard for advanced users to get right....