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They don't have a history of making MF lenses.http://www.popphoto.com/gallery/12-film-cameras-worth-buying-right-now
Canon could add a non-tank like 28-300 similar in price and quality to the Nikon 28-300 as well as the Nikon 18-300. I use the 18-300 on my D7100 and that has replaced by for my event camera which was a 60D with 18-200. I've been surprised just how good the 18-300 and D7100 combo is. They have been a joy to use.
Agreed. I'd like to see the 28-300L remade along the lines of the 70-300L - compact, twist zoom, light, great IS. It would be great to have a full-frame all-in-one with L quality that didn't break your neck for hiking, kids sports, etc. Although if they're gonna list it at $3k, don't bother.
I would like to see someone make a quality speedbooster adapter for the EOS M with EF lenses! I would buy one as soon as it's made, as long as AF still works reasonably well.
Theoretically, the adapter will offer a similar field of view as full frame and give 1 stop more light. That would make the M system really interesting...
a 15-85 EF-M would be a winner
I am hoping that Canon comes out with a killer mirrorless ... either a Pro EOS-M3 or a full frame, either of which should beat the Sony A7 series. Features: fast AF, awesome IQ, amazing low light, excellent video, Video AF with dual pixel, full sensor readout for video with no artifacts (moire, aliasing), excellent ergonomics, built in wifi with livestream to YouTube capability.
What product do you hope-for the most from Canon this year?
Nononono... I want a EOS-M 15-135mm
CR .. you're mixing canon and canon usa up in this post / announcement quite a bit. canon USA doesn't have plans. canon as afar as we know are still going ahead with EOS-M. Huge difference.
Awhile back I might have been more excited. I have the 7D and 5Dm3 pair - however current needs really have me looking for a second FF.
Most of my work these days is Landscape and Motorsports. Yes, an odd mix but I enjoy the different work and thought processes.
For Motorsports - now that I got the 300/2.8 II which works great with the 1.4 and 2.0 TC's, what I really want at the track is one FF with the 300 and one with the 70/200. Having a Crop Body just doesnt work for me. But I could really use a 1DX in this case. If the sensor was a significant jump, maybe I would use a 7DII for the long shots. But for the next year, I have wondered if just getting a 6D as second body would be the better pairing.
For Landscape, I am almost always 5Dm3. Only when I need the extra reach, maybe wildlife, do I use the 7D. At present it comes along primarily as backup. What I am really looking for is the next FF high MP camera.
In neither case does the 7Dm2 enter the discussion, except as a reason to get an updated crop body.
For anybody interested in a 35mm equivalent FOV, there is nothing anywhere in the canon lineup that comes close to touching the quality of the M + 22mm f/2 at any kind of reasonable price point.
In this aspect, Nikon is a little misleading, because it puts the count also your old lenses, manual focus. On the other hand, Canon only makes counting their EF lenses, which started production in 1987. Canon took a bold attitude when he abandoned the compatibility of their previous camears and lenses to exclusively support EF lenses in 1987 to enable faster AF and silent, and compatibility with AF in video, after many years.