« on: November 14, 2013, 12:14:38 AM »
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Actually, the 6D and 7D2 should be a pretty excellent combo!
They are...it is called the 5DIIIFor photographers who want a cost effective crop camera there is the 70D. I am wishing for a 'mini 1dx'. Will be perfect second camera along with my 1dx for 'good light' wildlife work. And I hope the 7d2 has better IQ than version I starting from ISO 100 itself to 1600. Hope......Yep, this is the basis for my earlier comment that I am worried that $2k isn't a high enough price to make the 7DII "professional level"....really, I was thinking "mini-1DX."
Considering it would be $900 more than the 70D, there is plenty of room/need for differentiation. But, "mini-1DX" I'd expect to be on par with the 5DIII in price. As the quick example, if the 7DII was given 63 pt AF, 10 fps, improvments in sensor technology gave us ~1-2 stops better high ISO noise performance, AND there was improved low ISO noise performance at $2k price point....who would buy the 6D, 5DIII or 1DX?
Perhaps Canon does go this route, kill the sales of their current FF lineup and release the fabled high MP FF body (3D? 1DXs?) so they'd get sales from the 7DII and 3D/1DXs for 2014 and then refresh the 6D/5D/1D lineup in 2015 with the improved sensor tech.
Maybe....really, that would be great and make everyone very happy....but I am expecting a more modest upgrade to the 7DII at the $2k price point.
Sanjay! what did you do?Does anyone know the whereabouts/well being of RPT? He has been missing for a bit now. And has not responded to emails either.
He's just commented on black and White landscapes, so he's certainly alive and ...., well if not kicking then typing.
Seems that he doesn't want to communicate with you.
Please tell me that "Pro" doesn't mean a built-in non-removable grip. That would be a deal-killer for sure.Maybe for you. It's the complete opposite for me. I'll take the built in, fully integrated grip.
Part of the reason the ergonomics of 1-Series bodies is so brilliantly refined is that it's a totally integrated package.
Part of the reason for my post is that I find the ergonomics of the 1-Series worse than any Canon body aside from perhaps the M. They're too large and they're unnecessarily heavy. They're simply unusable for me. I'll take my 5D over a 1-series every day. In fact, if you give me a 1Dx for free, I'll put it in the basement along with my VCR.
Please tell me that "Pro" doesn't mean a built-in non-removable grip. That would be a deal-killer for sure.
I agree completely.
Great shot guys. All of you... Unfair to take just one name.. U all are superb. Here is one of mine. She is a film actress.Great shot sanj :-) what lens are you using here?
She is begging me for mercy... Lol.