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- 22MP vs 24MP
- 19 AF vs 39 AF
- 4.9 FPS vs 5.6 FPS
- non Flash Sync vs Flash Sync

Based on the spec the price of 6D should be very close to D600.  However, you know recently Canon's price is not good.  Thus, I would guess the price of 6D will be about 2500.

the price would have to be 1500usd or so?...2100 usd  ;)
the autofocus system has just 9 cross type sensor :-\
it lacks microfocus adjustment and has usb 2.0 interface (stupid thing)

the 6D is going to cost the same, if not less


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The next 7D with an aps-h sensor like the 1dm4 would kill! I'd buy it. Sensor size has always been one of the largest points of any camera. Bigger sensored cameras have more photo-site space and with gapless lens technology on the 1DX and 5DM3 its a big win over the Nikons non-D series sports cameras. Its also a win over Sony and others that are 1.5 or 1.6 crop. This would separate the 7d from the two digit series cameras like the 60d. It would kind of take the old helm of the sports camera but in the middle spot the 1dm2/3/4 held.

so the next 7d mk2 specs

10 fps dual digic 5
aps-h sensor 22 mpix
autofocus from 1dx/5dmk3 improved (focusing with f/8 lenses)
sealed body
price around 2000 usd/1700 eur

pratically a camera better than 1d mark 4 at a fraction of the price...bvery unlikely

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EOS Bodies / Re: Should/can Canon keep making its own sensors?
« on: July 16, 2012, 05:56:50 PM »
so sony and nikon 7 years ago would stop making sensor and buy them from canon? lol...

apple moment? do you think canon is lagging behing nikon and sony in marketing?

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EOS Bodies / Re: 1dx a compromise?
« on: July 10, 2012, 03:10:11 AM »
It's a pathetic, useless compromise.  Fortunately, I'm willing to step up and take one for the team.  :P

Don't do it! A good photo can be made only with Nikon!  :P Do you believe the shot below could have been taken with a Canon? No way!  ;D ;D ;D




taken with a sigma lens for sure...backfocused a lot ;)

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EOS Bodies / Re: Should I get 7D now or wait for MKII?
« on: July 06, 2012, 04:36:52 PM »
Hey guys! I'm new to this forum and new to Photography. I've always loved taking pictures of landscape,cars,people, and just random stuff. Lol So I decided that it's time for me to grab a decent DSLR.

I'm completely new to DSLR's and photography. Still doing a lot of reading and learning on which camera I should go with. Based on the stuff I've read and learned I'm leaning towards getting the 7D. But I'm concerned that when I get the 7D now couple of months later down the road the new rumored 7D MKII comes out.

So my question is should I wait for the 7D MKII (why?) or I should just get the 7D?

There is no guarantee from Canon that there will even be a 7DmkII - nobody really knows.  It is also anyone's guess when Canon plans to introduce a new APS-C sensor.

What would interest me is why you particularly want the 7D?  If you don't have specific needs to shoot sports or to use the camera in an environment where a sealed body and lenses are needed, you could look at a 60D, which has the same sensor, or even a 650D.  I would possibly rather put the difference in price between the 7D and the 60D into a good lens, which will possibly yield a better return than a higher end body.

The reason I want the 7D over the 60D/650D is because of its weather sealing and also its faster. My family travels a lot thats why I want the rigid and weather sealed body of the 7D.

The things I want to take pictures of are landscape, fast moving things (cars going around the track), and just random stuff. lol its mostly going to be cars and landscape.

As far as Lenses go I'm not quite sure of what I need for the stuff I want to shoot. I do plan on upgrading to a 5D later on just not sure when tho.

forget weather sealing; you should buy weather sealed lenses too

lenses you have to get
sigma 8-16 for landscapes
sigma 17-50 f/2.8 OS as all-around lens
canon 70-200 f/4 is or a sigma 70-200 f/2.8 os as tele
sigma 50 f/1.4 for particular low light

kidding of course...they would costs several thousands $$$

start with a fast 17-XX with optical stabilization (this will be the lens you wont change before the switch to ff) then take your time to decide

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EOS Bodies / Re: Is SLR dead?
« on: July 01, 2012, 10:50:40 AM »
the phones camera doesnt excedes anything…except for the nokia one with a big sensor size

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EOS Bodies / Re: The 7D for half price
« on: July 01, 2012, 03:57:35 AM »
1ds mk ii has a FireWire port and a very slow usb 1.1

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EOS Bodies / Re: The 7D for half price
« on: June 30, 2012, 12:40:38 PM »
if you want i can sell my 450D for half the price of 7D... it's the same camera with a different sensor :D

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EOS Bodies / Re: Is SLR dead?
« on: June 29, 2012, 02:00:04 PM »
I wonder how many commenting have done sports on an EVIL body?

Even shooting Kids on an EVIL is very hard when they are running around.

There is a long way to go before the optical mirror is surpassed

i have a very old evil...a bridge nikon something and it's impossibile to shoot anything that's moving because of the lag, but we are talking about future.

the solution of sony it's a joke, like everything sony is doing

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EOS Bodies / Re: Canon EOS 7D Successors [CR1]
« on: June 28, 2012, 07:38:45 PM »
I know I am showing my ignorance, but I'll ask anyway. APS-H (1.3) - Would it support EF-S? I would assume not! I only own one (10-22mm).

hummm some sigma lenses works but with an very high vignetting/blur on the edges of frame; you can sell your 10-22 an buy something else anyway

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EOS Bodies / Re: 5D Mk III vs D800/E, is the 5D3 better at anything?
« on: June 28, 2012, 07:33:40 PM »
The 5D3 is better at being more expensive. ;D

That is soooo good.  Canon took a page from their own playbook of Super-Tels and priced the 5D3 at the absolute top of their range.  With a vertical grip, extra battery, and an L bracket the 5D3 is a $4,000 camera.  And yet I'm hoping for even more.  I'm ready for a 1D style camera, 45MP for around $5,000 and I'll be willing to pay for it.  I've added a D800 to my tool set and I'm loving the high MP results.  I've been able to almost double the print sizes I print and I'm going to different presentation media (laminates) for commercial purposes.  More technology is giving me new types of business for my art.  But my Canon glass is not getting much use right now.  I need a camera body from Canon that can equal or best the D800.  Canon - Are you listening?  I'll wait.

really? so you wasted your time on those years...your business could have expanded years ago buying an high mpix MF camera

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EOS Bodies / Re: Canon EOS 7D Successors [CR1]
« on: June 28, 2012, 07:18:05 PM »
I keep saying APS-H is just too good to shelve.  It doesn't give up very much to the 5DIII sensor as it is.  I wouldn't hesitate to add a 1.3 7D to my stable.  :)

Could this be the 120mps monster they showed a couple of years ago - that would wipe the smirk of the D800 fanboys  8) 8) 8)

120mpix,40 EV, 2m iso usable and sub $1500 price of course … of course the 9.5 fps of 2 years ago is unacceptable....we need 16 fps as minimum :D

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I guess everyone will be selling their D800's to go for this one.

yes and the next step is to add additional arrays to expand the DR to 45-40 EV :D

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EOS Bodies / Re: Is SLR dead?
« on: June 28, 2012, 06:17:04 PM »
I think that SLRs, like everything else, will eventually die, being replaced by the next thing...  when and how this will happen, only time will tell!  :)  I think mirrorless is the first step, and the fact that a lot of the P&S cameras are getting better and better!


Yes, but even if P&S reach SLR in terms of IQ, noise and ISO performance, we will not have the same DOF using small sensors....

we are not talking about cameras with small sensors, but cameras without a mirror/pentaprism...or at least is what i am talking about

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EOS Bodies / Re: Is SLR dead?
« on: June 28, 2012, 12:22:18 PM »
in the long run… yes

In the long run, we are all dead.

Not until you can hold the camera up to your eye and actually see what you are shooting as clearly as you can with today's SLRs.

yap of course...and i would add with a very low lag

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