Either way, that doesn't close the door on an EOS 70D though - when asked when we can expect one, Maeda promises: 'some day in the future. Without fail.'
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Honestly, I have no idea how anyone can compare the 60D and the T4i...
I see posts that say, "ISO in between settings. T4i only has 400, 800, 1600".
This is Just Totally Wrong...!
The only issue I see is that when you considering the crop factor of 1.6 the 15-35 is 24mm to 56mm. And on a full frame camera, the 16-35 will actually be 16-35mm. So you might want to look at one in person to make sure that your desired focal length is what you expect. I'm not saying it will be TOO wide, but it might be.
Do you realize what using a full frame sensor means...... it means that you need full frame sized lenses... remember the silly looking picture of the EOS-M mounted onto the 800/5.6 just after it was released.. that's the direction you head with full frame sensors.... large and expensive.
Data from the sensor has to be processed. It can be processed through hardware or it can be processed through software. Hardware processing is at least an order of magnitude faster than software processing, but at the expense of flexibility.
It has an APS-H sensor...
I must admit that I've never understood why my Canon FD lenses can have a nice convenient hard stop at infinity and never suffered from any noticeable focus shift with temperature (and I did use them over a huge range) while my EF's don't have a stop and apparently have to be that way to deal with temperature extremes?