« on: November 16, 2014, 03:38:53 AM »
Perhaps Long Exposure NR is on by accident? I've never used it, but would it give a black image?
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Before this, I've never seen a group of people who all share the same passion as one another be so brutal to one another.
The new 10-18 looks really good. Wide aperture isn't important to me for a landscape lens because you want to shoot it around f/8 or f/11 on aps-c so that's where the is comes in handy so you can shoot handheld and keep your iso down to earth. It takes filters too!
The sad thing is he's made the same kind of blunders before, he actually believes what he's saying. Go watch his (absolute mess, should be taken down and re-shot) crop factor video (or don't, it's an absolute mess and should be taken down). He had to post a defence video just for that one. The details are correct in his head, it just came out one big garbled mess.
Dick, they could only do that if they dropped the mirror in favourite of an EVF, so far there is no sign they like that idea.
When they can give me a full frame MF sensor (6x4.5) for about the price of a 1DX I'll start saving for one. (yeah, fat chance, I know)There is an option there - new Pentax 645D 2014 which will become available probably by mid 2014. Pricewise should be not big difference from 1DX system
With the back? Cause that's be really impressive actually.
Also just as an aside, why so much comparison to Canons Cinema line? Did medium format film get used that much? Other than 70mm that is.
I believe most people are comparing the two markets and suggesting that Canon is better off investing in its cinema line, rather than a medium format line.
Cinema = growth; Medium Format = shrinking.
A larger format could offer better low light capability, better background blur and a smaller diffraction limited aperture. For landscape and and portrait work these could all be put to good use. In terms of ergonomics sure you'd need to use longer focal lengths on a larger format but perhaps "DO" lens designs (which offer reduced size and weight) could be employed? Anyway, since this is supposedly "The Year of the Lens" maybe all Canon's new lenses will be forwards-compatible to a larger sensor size... perhaps an "XL" line of lenses.