Woo! I love piggies... Lovely shot, Sporgon! Was going to post one of my own piglet-pics but it's not here on my iPod, so here's what my Avatar on here looks like when it's rocking more than its usual 8 pixels...
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They do clarify that at the bottom of the post:Heh, well it's a year or three since I last checked these stats out and that statement does sound kinda' familiar...
"Why do cameras appear twice in the top 10? Our tools for labeling cameras do not currently automatically group the same hardware with different regional names (e.g.Canon 600D/T3i). This is something that we are hoping to address soon."
Good point. Newer models will only have a great participation on Flickr after 1 or 2 years.
Will anybody be using flickr in 1 or 2 years from now? I dip in occasssionally nowadays if I'm researching potential locations, don't really post so much or contribute to forums nowadays tbh.
A 70D N, 75D or 750D.
Does anyone actually find them useful? If you wanted soft, you could do that in post, couldn't you?
First reaction to this was, oh err the sites been hacked .
Then realised this is a cine lens, I assume soft focus is a much more tedious affect to apply post or its used in cine for more than the traditional stills use?
Thinking that for some, this conversation has gone .....*imagine above image here*. Shot with Canon 5DX and 50mm f 0.6 used Toyota headlight.Coooooooool!
Looks a lot like the 60D body too. My bet is that its the 70D sensor and auto-focus, but without some of the more pro features (frame-rate, AFMA, buffer, etc), just like the 60D had a while ago.
Wouldnt surprise me if they renamed it, since they've essentially left the Ti/xxxD line. They updated that thing yearly, yet the 700D hasnt been updated in almost 2 years (with a new sensor that came out in the meantime)
I mean an LCD on the top of the camera near the shutter button. I don't believe a Rebel has ever offered that.It's functionally the same thing, displaying settings on a low-power LCD without draining battery power firing up the big display, which is now touch-screen and even more draining!
Tugela,I think it means words just kind of splurge out of him/her - but they're quite consistent in sticking to their guns so lets see how Tugela responds!
"If they had made the 7D2 into the camera it should have been"
What do you mean by this?
Take a look at that captured still of the right hand side of the back of the body. That's a top LCD display. That would imply that we're in XXD territory and it would not be a rebel.
This presumes that Canon is consistent with that being an 'enthusiast and higher' feature. They certainly could put such a feature on a Rebel, but I generally associate that as a step above the entry-ish levels of XXXXD and XXXD, so a 70D-lite or 80D seems plausible.
Consider the SL1/100D, which broke current naming conventions, but brought a unique characteristic to market (smallest dSLR). In some ways, that was an attempt to define/create a new market segment and Canon maybe up to something similar here. Small body, but with an upscale feature set (e.g. top LCD)...sort of an xxD-Lite.Quick, check out the leaked page before Canon UK notice and take it offline again
The other possible answer can be found in the comments at PetaPixes site, somebody claiming they work for Canon wrote:Yes of courseQuoteKurt • 4 days ago
sorry guys im from canon germany and have to tell you that is just a prototype with NFC.
it´s basically a mockup not a real camera.
Canon will make a new body housing design in this finish just for a mockup. With this statement the source "Kurt" should be rated [CR0].
Maybe this specific camera body in the video was a mockup, but they made a new body design to use it and will only discard it if they design something better.
I am sure Canon has many alternative body layout prototypes laying around. Why is this so inconceivable? No, I don't need a tooling lecture...