70D's sensor is the new 18 MP sensor. Yay!
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Is it IS or not?EF-S 24mm has NOT Image Stabilizer.
Canon EF-S 24mm f/2.8 IS STM Specifications
Wide-angle lens for Canon APS-C cameras (equivalent to 38mm on a full-frame camera) offers an ultra-slim and lightweight design.
Slimmest and lightest lens of the EF-S series (approx. lens width is 0.9 in, or slightly wider than a U.S. nickel).
I will buy one if the price under $200.
Wow! Really F6.3 being marketed as a sports lens? Maybe on the planet Venus. Rarely is F6.3 enough to stop sports action.
It will have 65 AF points, 45 AF points, and 19 AF points
yeah i know the 10-18 comes with IS.. but still, useless for a wide angle
If you want to take a Reuters Best Photo this is what you need: A Full Frame Camera - with a 16-35 lens, shooting at f/2.8 or f/8 set your ISO at 400 with a single person as your subject, the content should be shocking in some way but a funny picture may also work.
Other than Canon… Nikon, iPhone and GoPro were represented with on picture each.
Can people on these forums kindly make up their minds on what kit I should buy, because I'm getting sick of the constant opinion changes.
First I lost thousands switching from Canon to Nikon, just to find that Sony is the new "must have". At least I can get further use of my Nikkors until Sony actually manages to release more than a handful of FE lenses.
Lest you think that things have been easier with my mirrorless system, I was quite happy with my Panasonic until Sony NEX came out and everyone said the APS-C sensor stuffed micro-4/3rds. I'd nearly assembled a full kit of E-mount lenses, when Sony suddenly stopped making them and everyone told me that I should buy Olympus! Then Fuji released their X-mount cameras, which was really tempting until the A7R came along and everyone said that anything less than full frame was useless.
I'm now divorced and totally broke, I can't afford a holiday or put fuel in the car. Consequently, my current photographic exploits consist of taking pictures of the outside of my house on a sunny day, then pulling the shadows indoors to show how much dynamic range my camera has. When I get bored of that, I shoot some test charts and wander down to my local cafe to take pictures of the froth on other peoples lattes.
Who ever made this decision wanted to sell lots of cameras. Know what? They will...
Really? Who will be doing the buying?