Just as I'm trying to justify an upgrade to a refurbished 5DIII, this rumor happens. I'll definitely have to wait and see what the 7DII brings.
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If one of those camera bodies is a Cinema EOS product, the other one might at best be a 7D Mark II? I must admit that I am highly pessimistic about this mysterious second camera being the long-rumored high-MP 1D-style camera. Perhaps it is going to be the year of the new camera body I won't invest in.
I doubt it will be the "7D2" or high megapixel anything. It will be a Rebel. I seriously doubt we will we anything exciting from canon this year.
The difference with o-rings & gaskets and the like is they are not at wearable joints. They are put in place, and they stay in place, and there is no wear on them. The most worn seals in a DSLR are the seals around the buttons, underneath which is a full seal that separates the button itself from the electronics inside.
My point is that an articulating screen is something that will constantly be pulled out and put back, on a continual basis, over the life of the camera. The joint there is going to take a lot of wear (especially if it's one of those swivel joints.)
I am aware that it's been done. I would also be willing to bet that Olympus has encased the ribbon itself in the seal, rather than breaking the seal to allow the ribbon through.
Here's my guy
What a beautiful dog!!! And really good! Our guy can't seem to help "investigating" a lens when you try to shoot him... it's something we're working on...
Here's my guy
Such a good boy!
I am sure you said the following before shooting...
"Sit. Stay! No!! Don't even think about it!"
Or I may be spitting in the wind...
"The Last Camera Syndrome" article really applies here. These specs are all nice but, none will persuade me to buy the 7D mkii, over my 7D. All, except for one. If this new APS-C sensor really does have, at the least, 5Dmkii noise performance, then I will strive to purchase one. The problem is, I seriously doubt the sensor will achieve such performance, even with superb noise reduction software and resizing.
One can only hope. If not, my 7D will remain a prized possession.
many new customers will nevertheless enjoy the better features.
10 FPS with an 61 point AF system..... mhm... that sounds delicious.
Nice panning Jon.
Would have been even better with the car on left side facing the open frame of the shot. Rigth now that abrupt ending is a bit distracting.