Anybody know where this information came from? I didn't find anything on the Canon USA site. I hope it fixes the increased number of camera "freezes' that I've been having since the 1.1.1 update...
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This lens should be under $4k. I guess there are people willing to buy it anyway, and so Canon will charge what the market will bear.
I don't know. It is a considerably more complex lens to manufacture than a 500mm f/4 or 600mm f/4, offers 200-400mm zoom at a constant f/4, and up to 560mm @ f/5.6 with the 1.4x switched in.
Besides, at $4k, there'd be no room for the 100-400 II!
There are likely other settings involved, I'd save the settings, and then reset the camera to see if the problem goes away. Then restore the settings and see if it comes back.
Does it bother anyone else that he thinks f2.0-f/2.8 is 3/4 of a stop and f/1.8 to f/2.8 is a full stop
If you manually clean the sensor for at least 30 seconds (just enable manual cleaning dont actually have to touch the sensor) it will detect and map out dead pixels. At least it does on my 60d. Im pretty sure this is done prior to getting a new camera, dead pixels are like dust- you will eventually have some no matter what