« on: June 30, 2014, 08:28:55 AM »
Full review done by Bryan !
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Quote from: vlim on Today at 08:06:06 AM
With the 70D, you really can make clean photo at 3200 iso so we can expect the same result at 6400 iso for the 7dII.
Right, and pigs can fly :-> ... well, at least if you apply heavy nr you'll have a clean image, though w/o details. Good for shooting doorknobs and brick walls though :-)
That's what I was thinking... but tolerance to grain is a virtue I guess.
Semi-pro and enthusiast oriented. Small body, optional grip. better performance (especially AF) and wheathersealing than 70D. Slightly improved sensor. User interface along the lines of 7D and 5D3. Touchscreen added. Pop-up flash w/ optical wireless commander. Possibly RT radio wireless controller included as "special" ... In line with 7D, which was the first EOS with optical flash trigger included. WiFi and GPS included as in 6D. Weathersealing in line with 7D and 5D3. Price 2299 USD. Targeted at same crowd as 7D: enthusiasts and reach-hungry pros. Would sell probably 100 times more copies than alternative
I know! One has all cross-type AF points, faster FPS, and even a faster flash sync speed !
There already is a full frame rebel... it's the Canon 6D
Why? It's unlikely to be as good as the old 100-400 at 400, and probably much worse than a new 100-400mm II, and even less likely to be seen.