« on: January 07, 2014, 06:36:37 AM »
Hmmmmm I wonder if this body will be of a higher MP form than the D4? Canon who knows?
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So no mention of release date. What good is this information other than to stifle sales of the D4?+1
Thanks.+1 I'm waiting for the 7D II myself...
I suppose it maks sense that everything is soldered onto the board, to deter "improvements" by people. Oh well, I'll just have to save up for the mythical 7D2 (or whatever it will be called).
Smartphones are a disruptive technology when it comes to photography. We haven't seen the end of the disruption, but there will always be a need for cameras to do things that smartphones can't.+1
So. Year of the lens and year of the camera.+100000000
But will it also be year of the sensor?
Canon has not had one of those years since the 5D2.
How do you improve on the 135L?
Is this one of those questions where you assume the product is to replace someone's Canon lens? Not everyone owns the 135L. I have one and have no use for a Sigma offering but it will be a great choice for others. Folks on the forum here seem to comment over and over on why a 3rd party would make something that Canon makes. Take the 24-105 for instance. What the hell is wrong with choices? Blind Loyalty comment above just for these reasons.
Wow. The concept is cool, but how many people in the world are going to buy a two thousand dollar lens to mount on >$300 camera?+100000000
you'd be surprised the lengths some men will go to win a pissing contest
never underestimate the ego and its wallet
LOL. I'll gladly take a loss here
Wow. The concept is cool, but how many people in the world are going to buy a two thousand dollar lens to mount on >$300 camera?I agree.
+10000000000000000000000000 Ummmm Yep!!!!!Does the significant price drop of the 24-70 f/2.8L II give an indication that an IS version is coming soon???
Considering all the videographer business Canon is losing to Tamron, I think delivering on one of the four patented 24-70 f/2.8 IS designs they filed years ago sometime in 2014 would be a wise move.
For wedding videographers, Tamron 24-70 f/2.8 VC > Canon 24-105 F/4 IS > Canon 24-70 F/4 IS > Canon 24-70 f/2.8 II. Canon needs a 24-70 2.8 IS lens to beat the Tamron with this staple photo/videography group.
While the 24-70 f/2.8 II is an extremely sharp lens, it fails to meet the needs of many with its lack of IS in its up to 70mm focal length, especially in its astronomical price range.
Canon needs to release a 24-70 f/2.8 IS for ~$2299, and permanently drop the 24-70 f/2.8 II to $1699 without needing rebates.
Thank you...Dylan you only live once just go out shoot, shoot, and shoot until your heart is content. If I was you I'll be out finding many different ways to use that wonderful piece of glass you just acquired. Happy shooting and Merry early Christmas to you!!!!I'm just wondering why the invoice doesn't show a tele-extender or two?
As I mentioned, my photography account(account that the wife doesn't know) has about $12 left.
4% reward X $6000ish = $200plus will go to x2 TC III
With 2 kids(2 & 5yrs), I'm fully booked with family activities. I'll take your advice will do some shooting soon.
Happy thanksgiving & early Merry Christmas to you too ewg963