That's great news. I like to read/see as many reviews as possible - from DigitalRev, TDP, DPReview, etc. the different styles make them entertaining as well as informative.
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This would be the kind of design I'd expect if they ever made a square format sensor. This has been discussed here before and only about 4% of readers seem to agree with me this is a good idea.
I'd love a sports camera that didn't force me try to jerk the camera 90° because there was a diving catch of a grounder instead of a leaping catch of a line drive. Let me shoot everything square and I'll apply the crop that doesn't amputate limbs later. (Or leave cropping to the client, as my primary customers prefer.)
...apologies to the 28-300L, but you’re too big and expensive for most people to carry around....
Hope that the new push for FF will encourage Canon to come out with a few more designs quickly, but don't hold your breath.I could definitely see Canon coming out with a 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5 IS USM in the near (within 12 months for announcement) future to match what Nikon is offering. Development of reasonable build quality, affordable FF zooms has completely died since 1998 (with the exception of 28-105mm II in 2000). Timeline of metal-mount non-L zooms:
maybe called EOS-S (for studio).
...it could be that this camera even has the rumored square sensor.
But, as Canon has shown us with the Powershot S100, they don't have a problem reusing model numbers.And the S110 aswell.
At some point, old technology is forgotten, what with the playstation and i-phone generation. Remember when music was on big black vinyl discs, and nobody bothered calling it 'analog'??You really don't have to specify a technology when another technology did not exist. Cameras used to use film, and one did not need that a camera was a 'film' camera, and music came on records, 4 tracks, 8 tracks, reel-to-reel, cassette tapes, all these are analog, but one does not have to state it when it preceeds the invention of digital means.
Might not help you to choose which ones are good, but at least you'll be able to identify them (and know which models exist):I don't have any frist hand exp, but i would imagine some older F mounts might be a good idea. If that's not trick enough, you could get some Leica R mounts.
Yes, I've been reading too that old Nikon AI-S lenses might be quite interesting. I find harder to identify which specific models though...
What about Canon FD lenses?
Several have suggested that, but the flash sync is still a issue for a very few people.+1
I don't see 4D. For me it's more 1D than 4D.
Sounds like similar problem as early Mars face photos :-)
If Canon's app webpage has 6D and 7D picture references, I assume that also 1DX could be included. If 7D has WiFi add-on, so has 1DX...Then wouldn't it say '1D X'? Clearly it would not be referencing the 11-year-old 1D that has no way of connecting to Wifi.
If it's sharper, faster focus, lighter, smaller, I would look at it. Maybe cheaper too.I hope that was sarcastic. Have you seen Canon's recent releases?