« on: February 06, 2015, 12:34:18 PM »
Its probably the JPGs but I expected more. On the bright side, if you we're going to buy a 5D-s, you'll have LR6 to process the RAW's, Which hopefully will have GPU support.
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Many of us are waiting for 5D4 to see the big body improvements and the 5D-s is a repackaged 5D3 with some tweaks.What body improvements are you hoping for? While not quite up to the build of the 1D X, I think the 5DIII is a great body and a huge improvement over the 5DII.
I would think that is what the 7d line would be for.7D2 is a big price jump from a rebel and only for a bigger grip? I don't see it.I don't think it will merge. The Specs are impressive for a rebel but rebel's cramp my hand after shooting awhile. A 50D never hurt my hand with its bigger frame.
Software is not a camera. I'd hate if my camera layout moved as much as software does.If it ain't broke, don't fix it was probably Microsofts philosphy and it allowed Apple to flourish. Now Apple have the same problem with it's user interface. It's hard to improve it without a radical change whereas Android probably has alot more scope to change gradually.
If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
They have pretty well thought-out ergonomics and their consistency allows us to migrate between bodies with little effort.
Any radical change would likely be a step, fall or plummet backwards. Why do change things for the sake of a gimmick unless there was some huge gain to be had?
This is evolution I suppose. The dinosaurs were pretty happy they way things were at some point but the small furry animals adapted and modified to the changing world.
Usually we don't spot extinction coming until it's too late.