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A lens I'll never sell, no matter how little I use it. It doubles as a body cap that's ready to go. Awesome for travel or pocketing a camera. Sharper and better contrast and color than I expected. Win Win.Now if you shoot 1.6 crop it's a funny FL that only you can decide works for you or not.
There's more to colours than simply three numbers. E.g., the colour separation (amount of "cross-talk" between colours) might be different between different detectors (I'm not saying it is for 5D and 5D2, just that it could be). The Bayer detector has three filters: R, G, & B. By making the filters broader in wavelength, you gain some sensitivity, but you also run the risk of having the filters overlap in wavelength and counting the same light twice, e.g. for both R and G, and that will decrease the colour fidelity in your image compared to filters where there is less overlap.I still preferred the colors out of my 5Dc than my MK3s. I skipped the mk2 series because it wasn't worth upgrading for me.I never understand comments like this. It is digital, why not profile your camera to get whatever "look" you want from it?
So, not all detectors necessarily reproduce colours the same way, and it is no possible to correct in software (because it would be an ill-posed inverse process).
A 1 series body with the traditonal 1 series size, weight & price tag will sell like cold hotcakes.
According to sales figures, their market research team has been doing an excellent job of predicting the market. No, I won't buy a 1-series body, but lots of others will.QuoteCanon has been steadily leaking users to the D800E
Citation? Or is this just your unsubstantiated opinion?
Ahh.. the first complaint didn't take long.
The switchover will be buggy for 12-24 hours as things get sorted. These things rarely go smoothly.
The Zeiss Otus 55mm f1.4 has an 82mm filter size too.
... I believe the Otus 55/1.4 is a 77mm.
If this lens is awesome, I'll sell my EF 24-105 f4 to help pay for it.
However...in this range, I'm dying to see what the rumored Siggy 24-70 f2 will look like. I'll probably hold off on anything until it's revealed (IF it's revealed).
If this lens has a 82mm filter size for an f4 lens I cannot wait to see what an f2 zoom would have....
<p>We also understand that Canon is redesigning the shift mechanism on the new tilt-shift lenses and that they won’t share the same design... I would gladly welcome a more reliable design to the shift unit, and hopefully Canon can make the new lenses a bit less prone to broken knobs and other issues that I have seen.</p>