« on: February 01, 2015, 08:27:24 AM »
Ashavari by Nοah Fence, on Flickr
I love the shadow detail on this, did you lower exposure in post on this?
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Ashavari by Nοah Fence, on Flickr
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Helps, if done right. Think ML dual ISO done with separate sensors in each pixel.
But a new 6 or 5 body? Really should have it.
no problem, really easy: Canon just should offer 2 versions ...
A) "regular" stills-optimized 5D IV with 50 MP and no video out or HD-video at best @ 2999
B) a video-capable 5D IVs with 24 MP and internal 4k video capture (but not raw 4k out) @ 3,499 ... would be still competitive compared to 12 MP Sony A7s which requires use of an external recorder to capture 4k video [at significant additional cost]. Thanks to much larger 5D body internal 4k capture and heat dissipation should be no major issue.
I'd really like to see sales statistics then.
I do not know, but my guess is, that Sony sales of A7s are max. 10% of combined A7 / R / II units.
Yes. My only point was Canon needs SOMETHING with competitive 4k that isn't $10,000. I don't see why they can't/won't make something competitive with the Sony and Panasonic offerings when Canon itself was the DSLR video pioneer. I don't expect RAW output for $3-4k. But a real clean 8-10bit HDMI out would be lovely and on par with the competition. Add in Canon's superior color reproduction and the EF lens system... Look at all the effort they put into the 7D2 video AF system.
I'd like Canon to consider improvements found in ML.
You're talking about a camera (5D4) that is not even at the horizon although some talk about a potential announcement in 2015.
Canons Camera Division Executive Masaya Maeda has twice confirmed that a new high megapixel camera is coming soon. He mentioned it the first time back in SEP 2014.
DEC 14, 2014 he said: "We are thinking of a high pixel count cameras for users who want high resolution images, and it will come out soon. It will retain pixel quality while increasing pixel count.No one here knows. So why ask?
Why answer, when you are not following the announcements from Canon?
Even if we do not know exactly what this camera will look like it would be rushing it to buy a Canon camera right now unless you absolutely need it or can exclude that you would be interested in Canon's soon-to-come-according-to-Canon-mangement DSLR.
This new DSLR will hopefully at least catch up with the substantial advances that Nikon has made since the 5DIII came out. And why should we not expect Canons newest DSLR will be better than anything Nikon has out there already?
If nothing else a new release will certainly lower Canon 5DIII prices even more.
Time from presentation to market is only a few weeks for new Canon DSLRs, so with any luck the new camera will hit stores in April if launched at the same photo show as the 5DIII was 3 years ago (guessing here).
As much as I enjoy exploring the latest from Neuro[resepct] and others on this site, I feel you guys need to take some chill pills ,it is after all only photography and not life saving surgery,just out of intensive care which gives a different perspective on things,keep on with entertaining us with your posts but possibly a little less rancour
I bought this lens, and after extensively comparing it to my Canon 24-70 f2.8, I sold the Canon. This is an outstanding lens.
At that price, if I didn't have one, I'd get one!
No matter what Canon have in pipeline, this is a lot of camera for the money and a 1DX-II will cost a lot more.
+1....very temping to pull trigger on 2nd 1DX.