« on: July 17, 2013, 11:05:21 AM »
Well the colour looks nice in dual-iso, but that's some crazy bad moire on the cushion.
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But is it just me or did LR4 have a short life, I feel like their upgrade cycles usually are a bit longer?
Does any company make Back-side illuminated sensors in Aps-C or FF Size? Wouldn't this tech allow a massive jump in ISO performance?
So did canon maje any anouncements on 24th?
It makes me wonder what Canon's strategy is around announcing their pro gear so far in advance of availability.
STM is "the thing that isn't USM", right? Like on the c and other super-cheap lenses?
I think a major cut in cost for an entry level FF could come from the body. As stated in a number of reviews, the 5D3 body is greatly improved over the 5D2 and is more comparable to the 1D series in terms of build quality. Quality is expensive. Using a 60D/7D type body could probably shave off another $500 at the least.. (?)
It won't be the SD card that gets the chop but rather the CF card. It's a larger enclosure. Smaller card, smaller enclosure, smaller door.
The only way that would make it cheaper is if there is dedicated hardware that would be left out.
Which one are you going to choose?
Doesn't make much sense to go into production with a new camera when the 5D2 is still awesome and the factories are geared to producing it.
#1 Possibly except they are spending money on R&D (supposedly) and we can assume that the 5d2 with the already stripped specs is not that expensive to make––surely less so than a new camera with newer technology. Save the money on R&D and lower the price.
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