Not sure why someone would go through the process of faking images of a 24-105. It's just not a very polarizing offering. If this was an Art 14-24, seems that would be different!
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<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>
Problem with the shift mechanism on the TSE-17? News to me.
Put 35mm sensor in this chassis
Am I asking too much?
All hi resolution scans of film do is give you lots of detail of the grain structure. A 21MP FF digital sensor has far more subject detail than a 50MP scanned 135 format film image.
To me, it's about the lenses.... MF has a much wider field of view than Ff, which has a much wider field of view than APSC.
How can a format (without a specified lens) have FOV? Does MF has something wider than 12mm on FF?
Look at sport photography.....see all those people with the FF cameras and the 600mm lenses? With an APSC camera you can get the same field of view with a 400mm lens, but at the cost of image quality. A MF shooter would need a 1500mm lens to get the same field of view, but would have superior image quality. Obviously, this is not practical and MF will never fit this segment of the market.
Maybe they plan on bigger for MF ---something in the 80mp range. If they can make 50 mp FF sensors, then 80 + mp mf sensors shouldn't be that hard.
My guess is it will be pricey though. If the 1 series bodies are in the 7k range, then expect over 10k - more $$$ than pentax, but less than hasslebad/leica...just guessing
It all depends on how many MP they can get into a FF camera compared to how many MP they could get into a MF camera.
I'm sure there are professional phtographers that will buy a high megapixel Canon MF, especially if they can use some of their existing lenses.