taking it that the camera is being marketed as a wildlife and sports camera and for sale to the masses that will be shooting with your bog standard 400mm f5.6 or 100-400mm lenses ,then i cannot for the life of me understand canons philosophy of lending out cameras to companies or advanced pro's who are just going above our heads ,i.e i saw some shots last night taken by a pro who was using the camera with a 600mm f4 + 2xtc .
now the majority of joe public will never ever aspire to lenses of that length or indeed even half of that .and the results that are being obtained so far do not relate in real terms to anything that most people will actually shoot in everyday use .methinks canon have actually shot themselves in the foot on this one
A good point but I don't see these pre production reviews been done using a 55-250 or so on.
I'm thinking in about a month's time, this camera will be released and we can gain a fair idea of just how bad, or good this camera is.
I'm kinda considering some folks's parameters as to what "much better IQ than the 70D" actually means. Just how bad is the IQ of the 70D, that a vast improvement will be considered the only acceptable answer? Would an incremental improvement, over a camera about a year old, not count?