I have a pretty basic setup so I'll be getting rid of my stuff to jump to Sony too.
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It can't fit the EF natively because of the flange distance, just like it can't fit the EF-S lenses natively. An adapter will be necessary.I hope it has full frame and an optical viewfinder and takes EF lenses natively.
I don't. I don't and I don't.
But I just wanted to be the first to say it.
+1 for me too, Sir, Dear Mr. Paul.
Yes " I hope it has full frame and an optical viewfinder and takes EF lenses natively." + 1 Customize remote control too.
When someone attacks a Canon body, you always resort to raw sales. That'S not very interesting.Like I said before. Canon's "Answer" to the Nikon D800 (and future D900, and the Sony A7R) will come as a big bulky elephant sized 1D-body, with a price tag that most people can't touch.
Ok, then...but what are Nikon and Sony's "Answers" to the 5DIII, which has outsold the D800 and will vastly outsell the a7R?
Why do people think Canon needs to play Nikon's game? The D800 was Nikon's attempt to play the game by Canon's rules (we'll see your 8-9 MP increase, and raise you by another 14 MP), and Nikon lost.
I think this will be a camera to compete with the Nikon DF or Similar. Why would they have a teaser for a Rebel? They have to respond to all the new tech coming out with something different.
it´s a teaser for korean.
doesn´t have to be a new model at all... could just be a special edition for the korean market.
and i really don´t see why canon has to respond to a retro nikon.
Is it a MILC? It is filed under Canon mirrorless...Where do you see that it's filed under mirrorless?
A 7D Mark II that is a SLT?
EOS M2. Same size as EOS-M. DP-AF sensor and absolutely all capabilities and features found in the 70D (except the flapping mirror and prism). "Retina" EVF included. EF-S and EF-adapter included in package. Priced @ 999,- including 18-55 STM.
Instant win. Wait lists well into 2014. :-)
Unfortunately greed has made Canon too stupid to even think about this.
There's more to a camera than its sensor, check out The Phoblographer's list of complaints about this camera:Yes, these are points that are weak in the A7r. But the sensor is Canon's weakness and they should try to improve it. It seems really hard from Canon lovers to recognize problems without trying to find faults in competitors. Yes, Canon's great, but they can be greater.
I'd rather than 90% (or whatever percent is appropriate) the IQ 99% of the time vs. technically great stills that are out of focus, missed, underexposed, etc. most of the time.
Oh little EOS M. What are you going to do now that Sony has launched their EF-capable A7 and A7R?Everyone is announcing crazy stuff and all we get is a firmware update
Just go FF or go home.
Still looking to the EOS 70D as my next purchase but following release of the Nikon D5300 announced this week with 24MP sensor, no optical low pass filter & built in WiFi & GPS at £729*, the Canon EOS 70D at £1079* is looking rather over-priced; I'd hope to see some heavy reductions after Christmas...If Canon could AT LEAST match the D7000's sensor rating I'd be happy. Until then, I won't buy anything from Canon and I even might get something from Sony or Nikon. The 70D's AF would be nice enough on a mirrorless body but doesn't justify getting one since I don't do movies.
* UK prices
I have not used the 70D yet with shorter fl lenses.