« on: February 18, 2014, 12:53:37 PM »
OK, two surprises ... Leica and a Canon EOS 1100D ...
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A person bringing both the 24 and 40 and possibly something else might be better served by the 17-55.
Yeah, but I'm guessing you're not a Fortune 500 company with a $35B market cap, right?
... estimated that the annual worldwide market, all brands, is just 6,000 MF cameras. 14 million vs. 6 thousand.
We’re told to expect a new EF-S 24mm STM prime lens to arrive some time in the summer.
After years of using APS-C cameras with no dedicated EF-S prime lens of this or similar focal length, now they are going to release the EF-S 24mm, when I've shifted to full frame a couple of years ago.
If you are comfortable with it, just take the 50. And a ziplock bag I did just that last summer and was very happy. No weight, no worrying about other lenses getting bumped/lifted/flooded/whatever
Why the 35? It offers me IS and 1 stop of light compared to the 16-35 and it offers me 2 stops of light compared to the 24-105. ... Finally the 35 can also be a nice low-light addition to my wife's set of lenses, but that will not be the decisive argument.
I've tried it.
The EVFs are showing what is in essence the out-of-camera JPEG, with about 1 stop clipped from each end. And as we all know, the out-of-camera JPEG contains several stops less DR than is available in the raw data.
It's lower by around 6-8 stops.
The OVF itself is effectively unlimited when it comes to DR...
You can say that you are right and I am wrong, all you want...
How can you say this....?
But, you didn't think that 60D was better than the 30D, and the 6D was basically the same as the 30D.
Progressively speaking.... how do you know that EVF is going to get better? Each year that passes?
And, even if it does... on the spec sheet, how do you know that the current ones out there won't be better than the subsequent ones to be released from here on end? After all, it is "subjective."
yeah, like the 30D is over the 60D, and how the 6D is the same in terms of APS-C of the 30D?