For what it's worth...
Thanks for doing this indeed. Much appreciated.
The 70D is noticeably cleaner in this comparison.
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people take this rumor as an absolute truth. its a RUMOR. second half of 2014? more than 12 months (again a rumor) until released? many things can change.
Realising this is a rumour, so with that in mind....
IF it was to have the same sensor as the 70D, which by some accounts will have little improvement at RAW level compared to the current 7D etc, I figure I may as well put my money towards a full frame body upgrade, which of course, may all be part of Canon's grand plan......
... I wouldn't expect much better IQ in a 7DII.
If you want substantially better IQ, Canon wants you to buy a FF camera.
Of course, what Canon really wants you to do is jump lines.
What do you think?
I'd have thought a full frame camera with a 'very high frame rate' would be a 1D X replacement.
How much do you think the RRP of the Canon 7D Mark II will be when it launches?
You are assuming Canon will leave the 7D II in the same target demographic bucket as the 7D.
I'd point to the various statements Canon has made about how they want to do something "special" with the 7D II.
Frankly, the relatively low pricing of the 70D should give some reassurance that the 7DII will likely come in comfortably under $2,000
Thanks, and it shouldn't be "for a change"...my points are always valid...there...yes I did say that!
If they want to turn a 6D2 into something very close to the current 5D3, and turn the 5D4 into an even higher spec camera...then they will know they're making the right call. I just don't see that happening at all.
Just depends on what the market wants ...
This sensor is made from canon line 2 , APS line and compact camera line, nothing difficult with that