« on: January 11, 2012, 05:37:20 PM »
Does anyone know why this class of macro lens is often 180mm rather than 200mm? Is it simply lens size vs. speed? I notice that the equivalent Nikkor is 200mm, but only f/4.
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I still want a f/1.4 shallow depth of field capable small camera. Which is where an interchangeable large sensor camera comes it.
The 4D - Full frame, mirrorless, compact sized, with a range of slim 'pancake' wide aperture primes.
Might settle for the new fuji...
I am keen on Rob Galbraith's test results, assuming he's still willing to test the 1DX after all the
flakpublicity he received for posting his 1D3/1D4 AF findings.
Over to Neuroanatomist...?
Noticed and hypothesized on yesterday:
In short, my take agrees with yours - it's a firmware implementation, and there is a possibility that Canon could match it with the 1D X (if it works well enough with their sensor, and if the choose to (they may not, either for marketing reasons - driving customers to buy longer lenses - or to avoid being seen as reacting directly to the competition).
neuroanatomist, teaching people as usual. How do you have so may smites? Do people hate the truth that much?