Well they definitely have enough time to work out the bugs and work in the features thats for sure.
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Also fix the issue when you remove a memory card and put it back in that it switches to the other card even when camera power is off! I think they fixed this on the 1DX but the 5DIII was left in the dust....^^ Agreed! Keep CF as main until you switch it. I would think the auto switch feature could wait til you try composing a shot to switch it to SD.
I'm absolutely in love with the 5D3/50L combo! I shot a couple live bands in very low light @ ISO 6400 and was pretty damn pleased with the results. Check them out here if you all would like! http://jvillaphoto.com/live_concert/ I have a few more but only added my favorite fewNice shots JVilla, I guess if you are going to shoot F1.2 with action subjects you better be ready to throw 80% or more away lol. Still its worth those that turn out like what you got.
Shooting teenage bands that jump all over the stage in low light @ f/1.2 was a pain, but the results are awesome when you get a decent shot!
You need to be careful about knowing the mind of Canon unless you have inside info your bold claim to know without doubt APS-H is dead debunks your credibility. How do you know the market has moved? While you may end up being right, you don't have the right to say something you don't know about as fact.If canon puts a 21-22 MP APS-H sensor with 8-10 fps on the new 7D2 .. i will buy one regardless of the price...
.... but i know this is near impossible.
APS-H is dead, deader than dead...get over it folks. The hope/myth of a re-emergence of APS-H in a 7DII, 4D, 1D Mark V is hope-less. It doesn't mean anything negative about the APS-H or the 1D Mark IV, it simply means the market has moved....and instead of APS-H, there are now "entry-level" (though I hate that phrase applied to FF) full-frame cameras now like the 6D and Nikon entries. APS-H is six feet under.
I ended up going with the 35L and couldn't be happier. I actually sold my Sigma 50 1.4 and the 35 lives on my camera the majority of the time. Picked up a 85 and I have a 50mm gap in all my lenses. 35L, 85 and 135L.Perfect selection. ^^
Shot weddings, families, sports, landscape with this setup and haven't wished for anything else. Other than a 100mm macro
Its not a matter of if they can, but how they target the market with options on diff cameras. They could make it possible to record all your user settings on a 5DM3 but they don't they leave that for the 1D series cameras.What surprises me is Canon has again released a brand new XD series without a headphone jack.
The 1D X does not have one and now this latest model from Canon does not have one.
But the 1D C does, as does the 5DIII. Seems like Canon is differentiating between bodies that can shoot video (which is all of the current ones, obviously), and bodies that are intended to be used for video.
That's fine, and I can understand the logic (sort of). But if that is what they are doing then why bother sticking video in at all. Surely a headphone jack can't be that big a deal for the engineers or the camera itself, but I am not an engineer.
I am one of those guys that thinks if you are going to do something do it right, and as it is almost 2013 and as this new 6D does have video then in my eyes it should have a headphone jack. And the 1D X as the flagship should have all the bells and whistles.
Will be interesting to see what they do with the 7D ii and the new High MP cameras.