I like both very much. Very nice, serene feeling. I prefer the second (but not by a whole lot).
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At $500 for the body + EVF I would consider one, for the same reasons as ablearcher. A couple of small primes and it's a very nice, portable system that works with the lenses you already have.
Not going near it at $799. I could justify $500 as a "nice to have" option but if it costs $800 I need to "need" it. (Or at least feel like I need it )
I can see that back button focus isn't going to work like the original EOS-M, which I had and liked but traded the system for a backup 7D body.
and the EF-M lens adapter is discontinuedIt has?
I will be travelling with the wife, who can't understand why it can take longer than 15 seconds to take a photo, and why would you bother walking around to find another angle. So I am normally under time pressure which also means that constantly swapping lenses just ends up annoying the wife, which in turn end up annoying me. But I am sure a lot of you can understand that situation !!!
If/when canon brings out a FF mirrorless, would it be possible to have a built in adapter for EF lenses?
Surely they'll over some means of transition, or people are bound to take the opportunity and switch to another brand. However, with the film-lens distance ef is designed for, the adapter will be quite awkward esp. for smaller ef lenses and counteract the "small camera body" opportunity of mirrorless.
That's probably the reason why there isn't a ff mirrorless from Canon (yet) and their ef-m lens lineup isn't very large: They're still unsure which way to jump and if to produce a new ff mirrorless lens line.
Your pictures are very good. I especially like the 3rd and 4th one. I do have other shots when I moved right and left. Also, barcketted some exposures in RAW. Somehow I picked this one first to review and was discouraged to see that there might have been some blur. Coming weekend I intend to work on the images and take the suggestions made on this thread. This was such an amazing spot! I went to shoot the Brooklyn Bridge but turn around and the Manhattan Bridge was also equally amazing shot! Next time I would shoot this scene from the Brooklyn tower of the Manhattan bridge which will avoid most of the water and give an elevated perspective of the Brooklyn Bridge with Manhattan skyline behind it. Thanks for your insight.
(And don't forget to download and install the plug-ins!)
What it will probably have:Another item on the wish list: ability to disable and enable the touch screen easily( via a button??) with the AF selection on all the time.
20.2 MP, from the 7D mk II
Digic 6 processor
1080p video at 60p, no aliasing as 7D mk II
Clean HDMI out with audio/timecode
3" touch screen
-I would really love such a small stills and video workhorse but only if the video aliasing part is true in that it's similar to the 7D mk II not the 70D. Don't screw video with your damn aliasing Canon, the A5100/6000 all got rid of it and have similar video to the 7D mk II and 5D mk III, this one should have it too considering the competition.