I wonder if the improved AF speed will also come to the rebels featuring the "hybrid-AF-sensor"...
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However, DXO has tested the raw output of the T5i which has the same sensor as the SL1,Wrong. As far as I read the news, the sensor of the SL1/100D is "new", the sensor of the T5i/700D is the one used already in the T4i/650D.
A few things:+1
1/20th is waaaay too slow a shutter speed if you're shooting over 70mm...tripod or not. In cinema, even on a 50lb, $20,000 tripod, we never start action until a few seconds after rolling, as you need time for the camera to settle. [...]
125 ISO is way too low. Boost it and increase your shutter speed.
Hum... strange. As far as I understood BIS it shouldn't be a big anhancement when applied to a large area sensor such as APS-C or even FF...
now the question we have to answer is..... how much do you understand?
Maybe when the 5dIII comes with (hopefully) digic V most of our video problems will be kinked out to the max...What video problems? The rolling shutter issue?
There's no binning now. Pixels are skipped when using full sensor video.How do you know? And how does that fit with your second statement:
Digital zoom should yield an improved video quality at full zoom because they will use all contiguous pixels in the center of the sensor. This should give reduced moire.