« on: December 22, 2014, 02:59:14 PM »
I don't know if anyone mentioned but selectable aspect ratios would be real nice. 4x5, to be exact, with nice masking in the viewfinder.
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. And now it's this great looking 20/1.8. What a great astro photography lens, not to mention landscapes.
The lack of interest and excitement for such a versatile high-res machine like this one on this forum is beyond me.
Keep in mind that it sits right between the much cheaper(+lens sharing) A7r which offers almost the same linear resolution and the established MF systems, with the latter offering a much broader selection of backs, lens options and widespread rental to make case-by-case useage feasable.
Its neither for those who are on a budget nor for those who aren't, but in some limbo inbetween.
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Yesterday we posted an <a href="http://www.canonrumors.com/2014/04/eos-1d-x-eos-1d-c-cold-weather-autofocus-issues/" target="_blank">internal service advisory for the Canon EOS-1D X and EOS-1D C</a>. These are advisories that are only known to a select few within Canon and not told to the consumers.</p>
<p>We have a lot of more of these documents that cover various Canon lenses and camera bodies, there’s even more on the EOS-1D X mirrorbox.</p>
<p>The person that sent them to us didn’t have an issue with Canon keeping this stuff internal. However, they were upset that a lot of the issues are known to Canon and they’re still charging customers for the repairs out of warranty. There are a couple of lenses with design flaws and Canon is charging $250-$450 for these repairs out of warranty and not fully disclosing the design flaw to the customer.</p>
<p>We’re not sure whether or not we’ll post the rest of the internal documents we have in our possession. If you think there’s value in us doing so, <a href="http://www.canonrumors.com/forum/index.php?topic=20341.0">please sound off in our forum</a>.</p>
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