This should revive slumping DSLR sales.
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In addition to Dell and Lenova workstations, you might also want to check out HP. I bought an HP 17" Elitebook back in '09 with a "dreamcolor" screen that's pretty functional to this day....
Anyone who thinks HDR is ridiculous, I'd like to hear why..
I don't think there is a lot of head room in the APS C format. Just how many pixels can you cram into that sensor size?
I calculated once that it would take over 46M pixels in a FF sensor to equal the density on the 7D.
......and Magic Lantern supplying the software.All this just makes me wonder how long it will be before some innovative company comes along and 'Black Magics' Canon, with an EF mount body having something like 1DX performance at a 70D price.
Makes me smile just thinking about it Especially if that "Black Magic" body incorporated the Sony/D800 type FF sensor and came with the Sigma 18-35 f/1.8 as kit lens, but in full frame version. One can dream..
The problem with Canon is that they jerk their customers around too much with bodies.
Canon is well known to drag it's feet with innovation,
ridiculously old Canon 100-400mm.
The Nikon D800 nukes Canon in the megapixel department, the Sony NEX melts face off the Canon EOS M in every dimension.
Now the Black Magic cameras has mostly demolish Canon's video cameras. Not having RAW video is like not having RAW in photography. Canon's 1DC doesn't do raw video, ........ making the whole Canon cinema line up obsolete.
Now they are just a creaky old rotting corpse that releases overpriced products that are obsolete before they hit shelves.
Canon is an embarassment and they deserve it for sitting around and developing ridiculous products like the 70-300mm DO, touch screen DSLR's, t5i, a zooming fish eye to cover APS-C a..... worthless EOS M that autofocuses like a joke,
Canon's product development is a sad mismanaged joke and the writing on the wall is getting ever clearer, especially combined with their new ultra greedy pricing designed to alienate customers.
I wasn't stating that nobody needed more MP, I was pointing out that the numbers we have can be used to very great effect and I don't believe many people need more the vast majority of the time,