« on: July 07, 2014, 10:25:31 AM »
I will not be disappointed because ... I will not buy it anyway
I keep my disappointment for 5DMkIV
I keep my disappointment for 5DMkIV
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especially for ... Count CanonCanon 7D it's ok, but the new all espected 7D Mark II will be better than may Canon 6D - 24 Mp + better low light ISO.
Must a joke of the day...
Perhaps the laws of physics don't apply in Romania.
Canon lens classification is very specific.Hmmm, I guess there is a CR2 that RLPhoto will buy you a beer
Telephoto is a designation that includes 135 to 300 mm non-zoom lenses.
It does not include anything else.
My wild guess is an Image Stabilized 135mm f/2 for want of any better idea.
+1 Exactly! And then they would forget about the previous L "unique" characteristics and they would enjoy their new sharp 50mm L lens..Great photo of your beautiful daughter - turning a "snapshot" into a true photograph! I don't hate you for wanting the sharpness wide open - I'm sure nearly all 50L owners would be beyond excited if Canon came out with a 50L II that was razor sharp at f/1.2!
Hate me for loving that 1.4 sharpness, I REALLY don't care
Technically true but without any purpose. Anyway I still insist in a camera having at least 2470 points (ehhmm 2471 )Only 2460 focusing points ? If it does not have 2470 points at least it is useless...
OH, BY THE WAY: The number of focusing points has to be ODD in order to have a central one
Only if the focus points are symmetrical. For a counterexample, consider three points in a triangle, with a fourth point in the center.
Only 2460 focusing points ? If it does not have 2470 points at least it is useless...
Usually, a sharp lens exhibits other equally desirable characteristics (apart from weight maybe, but for these we have the version II white lenses...).Sharpness is important and for sharp pictures you need the right gear. But what do you need most for sharp pictures?
* exact focusing,
* optimal aperture,
* either fast shutter speed or heavy tripod,
* clear sunlight or flash,
* if available big format (the bigger the better, film or sensor is unimportant)
* and experience in developing and printing (unimportant whether files or film).
Lens design is only one factor, perhaps a minor one, most important in case of the lens is, that it is perfectly centered and adjusted to the camera.
Don't forget correct exposure and optimal contrast play a part in sharpness. There are plenty of people who don't need or want lenses so sharp but I'd rather have mine sharp and have to soften it in post (which I'll never do) than to need it sharper and not be able to.
Having said that, I do agree with the OP that sharpness is by no means the only characteristic people should be looking at when choosing a lens. There are many more factors that go into that decision and in the end it's up to the individual to decide if it's worth it.
Disdain for gear does not equal creativity.+1
Funny how many who belittle enthusiasm for great tools post hundreds of comments in a gear forum!
Be proud to be a gearhead!
OK My turnI'll take one if X II native 52,000ISO = 12800ISO current X
Dylan77: What will this mean for the 5D4 in "native" ISO? In nightphotography tests, the 1Dx was recommended without hesitation for ISOs 8k to 12.8k, while the 5D3 was referred to as an ISO 5k cam due to its pixelcount. Can we expect about 3/4 to one stop improvement in high ISO in RAW with the 5D4? I hope Canon will remain with the +/- 22 MP. As I guess, that real improvement in high ISO IQ happens along with improved sensor tech and same MP count, otherwise we'd endup with an "evolutionary" new body only.
If Canon can implement these into X2:
1. All 61 AF points = double & dual cross
2. Slightly higher MP(20MP)
3. RAW, 25K ISO = 12K ISO current X
4. keep 12-14fps RAW
5. Add little more DR to the "NEW" rumor sensor. I'm going to get nailed for this
I might be in the minority here, but these might help current X owners to upgrade. Current X is really solid.
1. Like to cross points on the power points. Expand the focus area.
2. 24 MP
3. Not just 1 stop improvement in S/N, but 3-4 stops.
5. More than a little. 4 stops.
Total programmable buttons. Canon made a major step with the 1Dx but I would like see them take it all the way.
Also either 1D-series body with APS-H (1.3 crop) or APS-C (1.6 crop) sensor with 24 MP. Realize that S/N would drop but hopefully Canon can keep the ergonomics the same and DR similar.
+1 The analogy is 100% off. There would be an outcry if the new Windows couldn't read all user files that were created with previous versions of Windows.Nice of Canon to hobble the actual utility of their downloads. Why did I bother paying for a 7D?
Maybe some hacking is in order?
Are you seriously complaining about buying a camera that was released YEARS ago, Canon's oldest body ever, in fact, because it doesn't work with a JUST NOW newly released version of DPP? Seriously?
Their "strategy", if this word would actually apply to something so poorly conceived, strikes my as being somewhat disingenuous. If Microsoft made a major upgrade to Windows 8.1 but said it wouldn't work on computer more than 3 years old, would there be an outcry?
Bad analogy - the hardware is gone, but the files are still here.
I don't care whether the current version of Windows I have would run on the desktop computer I had in 2009, because it is no longer in my possession.
I do care whether the current version of DPP (or PS, or LR, or whatever) would process the raw files I shot in 2009 with a 450D, as though the hardware is no longer in my possession, the raw files are & I might want to reprocess them.
I am shocked.. shocked I say, at the responses to this question.Back in the 80's I had a Konica Autoreflex TC with a 40mm f/1.8 (OK, I still have it). I also had bought a Sigma 70-200 (or 70-210) lens. When I lost that lens (YES, lost! it's a big story!) a colleague suggested that I turn to Canon. I got an EOS 620 with 35-105, 100-300 and a 420EZ flash. So switching brands can happen. Admittedly not often but it is still possible.
Imagine asking this question on a Canon fanboy site and finding out that the vast majority of members say they would re-buy Canon. Never saw that coming. LoL
I would imagine that if this same question were to be asked on a Nikon fanboy site, the responses would be equally "surprising"
OP, when you posted on Canon Rumors, did you really expect people to respond "If I lost everything, I would dump Canon?"
That's why I love coming to Canon Rumors.
buy from scratch..85L is slow focus and maybe overpriced but it is not soft.
5D3 + 70-200 2.8 IS II for action
Nikon D800 or Sony a7R + Nikkor 14-24 + Nikkor 85 1.4G for landscape and portrait
big gap somewhere in between 24-70
The canon 24-70 2.8 II is way overpriced and no IS for that kind of money,
so the 40mm pancake might fill somehow. Cheap, sharp, small, lightweight!
I'd love some prime L glass such the 50L and 85L, but those lenses are soft, overpriced, slow focus (especially the 85L) and OLD