Back in the days SLRs, Canon used plastic mounts on the cheaper models.
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This ^ from the guy so thoroughly dissatisfied with Canon camera's current DR???It is a POS! Who cares about a 5K display if it is only sRGB
What is the colour space of the Internet and almost every computer screen? sRGB.
You desire (but cannot afford) the ultimate in DR but are also satisfied with limited gamut?
It is a POS! Who cares about a 5K display if it is only sRGB
Sounds to me like he sees the switch as enabling him to take more easily photographs that before would have been difficult or impossible.
I agree Krist's body of work is impressive, including many stunning images, but I also agree that the photos included with his ringing endorsement of Sony mirrorless are not great. They're not among his best photos. He also doesn't seem to tout the image quality--just praises the portability and versatility--of Sony mirrorless.
mabye, but i often wish i could somehow get just 1-2 stop more DR out of my canon RAWs.
would not give me a proper exposed outside but made things way better.
it´s seems nikon can do that without a problem.
then look at the 5D Mk3 picture in the review, they are unusable.
Have you tried MagicLantern's DualISO?
Typical Canon response:
Person 1: We are not making enough money.
Person 2: Well then raise the price.
I think this makes perfect sense... The Nikon D750 made the D610 nearly obsolete, so why should Canon bother to bring a D6xx competitor instead of a similar priced D750 competitor?
I expect the 6DII to be specced similar to the 5DIII and the 5DIV probably to be high MP... would make sense to have the three important Nikons (D4s, D810, D750) covered. Df and D610 are nothing they have to care about
I personally think that the 6D is just fine where it is, the issue may be that consumers think there is something wrong because it sells for less. Bring the 5D III to $2500 and adding a 3D at $3600-$4000 makes more sense.
I presently shoot with a 1D Mark IV and a 5D Mark III, which are fully supported by my present version of DPP. The 7D Mark II requires that I update my DPP.
Here is my problem with that.....
The newer version of DPP does not support my operating system. I run Vista 64. Updating my operating system requires that I go to Windows 8 which needs a clean install. Huge job. Also, I'm not sure that a lot of my current software will run on Windows 8. I have CS4 as well as plugins such as NIK, Neat Image and a slew of other free standing applications.
As much as I was not comfortable with the user interface of Lightroom when I tried a demo last year, I thought I would now have to go that route. Guess what? Right. It's now only available under CC and I refuse to rent software on a monthly fee basis which is why I still run CS4.
I'm 72 years old so I guess my 1D4 and 5D3 will have to do me the rest of my life or until my computer cr@ps out and I have no choice.
All Canon had to do was continue to support the operating system and I would have added a 7D2 to my bag.