« on: February 14, 2015, 01:05:00 AM »
Reduction of the mirror's vibration is a huge deal. The difference using live view is very noticeable in most situations. Mirror/shutter delay is also a big step for improving quality for landscape work. The biggest advantage will some for wildlife photographers using long lenses where the slightest mirror induced vibration kills the fine detail in an animals coat or the feather detail in birds. Even though the 5Ds/SR was designed for landscape and portrait photographers, I think the nature photographers will be the big winners. We need a good side by side shootout video with a Nikon D800 to see how effective the anti-vibration is.
how about an electronic mirror. so you can turn on and off the reflective surface. Not sure if it would be possible, ...
I'm pretty sure canon already has the patent for the technology