« on: March 04, 2014, 10:17:22 PM »
One thing to note about the seamless paper - it often comes in 9' rolls and they are pretty heavy. Make sure your support setup is adequate.
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... what everyone means is they want Canon with a better sensor then Sony's.
Apple have thousands of patents awarded each year (the system in the US is different to Europe where it is harder to get a unique patent) but that still didnt stop the stock market marking Apple down recently. Sony also have thousands of patents every year likely as many as Canon.
Oh and for the record Im not predicting Canon doom Im simply stating a technology company lives & dies by innovation and by pushing the envelope not by playing safe by way of example look how the stock markets reacts when they dont like Apple incremental changes.
Ready your squirrels, everyone! DXO's been mentioned!
what do you think is weird with DXO measurements?
OK, no response so far. So I owe you the explanation DODO = Difractive Opticts for Digital Ornithologists (= BIF photographers )
Me thinks they will focus on DSLRs first and try to bring innovation that gives them the same attention Sony is getting from the A7R which currently has a weak lens line-up compared to Canon or Nikon.
Canon are in trouble currently if they still apply tiny steps like the EOS1200 / Rebel T5 then they will lose creditability they need the next big jump.
Most interesting to me was the clear statement that the EOS-M was an "experiment."
It's plain to me Canon has backed away from mirrorless for now. Likely they will let the other guys (Sony, Olympus, Fujifilm, etc.) sort it all out before they commit to anything seriously.
For me personally, and I well understand others will see it differently, reliability is worth way more to me than a $100
A new patent showing the 600mm f/4 optical formula. Is Canon already working on the replacements to the current super telephoto lenses? It’s quite possible!