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I do hope that their flash business will survive. I have a Metz macroflash and an AF 58-2 which is quite good (besides its old fashioned interface)...Maybe it's time to buy a new Metz flash to strenghen their business
But I would have really liked Canon not to cripple USB TETHERING / Remote Control [remember, they had to put a sticker on the respective symbol already printed on the EOS-M box!] ... using Canon Utilies/Remote.
And additional built-in WiFi would be even better.
I'm pretty sure the only feature stickered-over on my (UK) EOS M box was the 3-10x Video Crop/Zoom that they removed from the review/pre-production models' firmware... are you sure yours had that printed?
yes! .. the 1/8" inch rebel plug even would be awesome to have - I'd love to have a wired release on the M
I can see not having room for the N3 plug, but the rebel would do nicely.
I don't see how you can compare this with the 5D III, the 6D yes, and its in the same price range, A7 II has more MP and new technology while the 6D will still perform better in low light.
... the weight, size, mass of DSLR gear becomes problematic I've wanted to downsize my gear but not downsize my image quality. I've proven to myself that this is possible with a mirrorless system.
Canon must be crazy to have so many iterations of their EF-S ultrawide lenses.
It may make sense if this is an EF-M lens.
pro enough never to sell?
these sell is such small quantities why would canon even bother?
I don't even think the Fuji Xt1 even makes a blip on bcn's japan rankings let alone anywhere else.
I mean, here's a news flash .. the people that hang on in dpreview, cr forums .. aren't the mass buying public. while it's certainly good to tailor to us if you have no market (like sony, Fuji,etc) does .. it's not exactly profitable for Canon or Nikon to migrate R&D away from other areas, nor does it build an installed base in the lens mount.
MILC / Small FF is even more against what canon is saying they wish to do with MILC - which is to get it even smaller.
pro mirrorless without the lenses to back it up .. yeah, sounds like you want to purchase a sony - that's what they do.
... canon 75-300mm which I am planning to sell because both are not compatible with full frame. I considered the 7Dii because it would support my sigma 17-50 but I mostly shoot landscapes. Let me know your thoughts!
Man, what is up with Canon's "white" lately? I thought they had gone from the "old" white to the "new" white a couple of years ago, but the three lenses in this photo all appear to be different shades.
Your view of things where "Azubis" accidentally publish such things is far from the reality how such corporate websites work. Usually there's an Enterprise-CMS like CQ5, Magnolia, CoreMedia or InterRed in the back with a multi-stage workflow to avoid that anything gets published by accidence. I know this since I was involved as a consultant in setting up such CMSes for various major companies in Germany.