« on: October 20, 2014, 10:06:56 PM »
I just about guarantee it would snap off with a 400f5.6 attached, and that's a "light" lens.
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I wonder if a lens with a liquid element would be weathersealed?
2.5k just for the monitor as opposed to same price for a full-fledged desktop (that includes monitor) ... that's the difference here.
This is cool, but will it allow accurate enough MF for very thin DOF in critical applications? Not sure.
Wonder if the business people at Canon will put the kibosh on this tech given the very high quality MF-only lenses from Zeiss and the very affordable MF-only lenses from Samyang.
So basically Canon will tell it's crop users that want to move to FF to look at other brands (like the D750), since new lenses have to be bought anyways.
Great job Canon.
honestly, imo, if the IQ is matching the latest releases, this is a dream come true! I dont know how often i've really used f/2.8 with my 16-35 unless if it was for indoor architecture shots to shorten exposure time (where you would want to use a tripod anyway if you want to be serious about it). I am not stopping down action.