« on: September 13, 2014, 12:38:42 PM »
20.2 * 1.6 * 1.6 = 51.71
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D610 is the one I think will be most cannibalized ...
I did this because there is severe misunderstanding by certain people in this thread regarding the meaning of these two terms.
7DII and D750 are way different markets.
I'm not trolling the forum with 1,000 word posts claiming Exmor is dramatically better and Canon users are missing out. Burden of proof was always on you.
Yet another strawman
Do you have real world, optimally produced and processed shots with RAW files and production notes yet?
All the AF focus points in the world and FPS won't make up for a lack of shutter speed or too much noise. Get the sensor right first, then start piling on the croutons and dressing.
It just doesn't make sense, IMHO, to spend almost $2000 on an inferior sensor. The 70D is a solid camera for the money, and about the limit of what you should pay for APS-C image quality.
I don't know a single pro photog who uses a crop camera. They all bailed on the 7D pretty quick and never went back.
7DII and D750 are way different markets. You buy the APS-C flagship for use with supertelephotos and the additional crop on the field or in the wild. The FF/FX camera works better with wide angle lenses and equivalent focal lengths.
They really don't. They've sold enough D800's and D810's to pro users and now they've crippled it enough so that it will only compete with (or rather replace) the consumer D610.
This needs to be read by everyone posting here: http://www.dslrbodies.com/newsviews/d750-too-little-too-late.html
the 7D MK2 will sure be a good camera for sport and wildlife photographer.
thought i don´t think it will sell as well as the 7D.
today there are way more options.
when the 7D was release people bought the 7D who did not really need sports/wildlife camera.
I'm asking this as a serious question, because I know nothing about shooting video, and I'm genuinely curious:
Why were/are so many people looking at the 7DmkII, a crop sensor camera, with such hope for a bounty of strong video features? As mentioned, I know nothing about video, but I would not think that a crop sensor camera would be the best option for that. What benefit would a crop sensor have for video?
Thanks for any clarification.