« on: September 18, 2014, 02:44:06 PM »
7D Mark 3?
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Elsewhere, someone worked on a 7DII raw file and found rather clean shadows:
This is way out of my expertise, and all though it looked good from a shaddow point of view, I would have liked to see a few more examples. The steel railings (which in the original is quite dark) are somewhat smudgy in the shaddowenhanced picture. I am not sure if that is the way the steelrailing looks inherently, but could also resemble some sort of banding, could it not?
I'm interested, but waiting on some real world feedback. If things look good, then I'll be in the second wave of people to make a purchase. Surapon gave some valuable advice which I will follow.
BTW, from the pictures that I can see, the noise level looks great at iso 3200. I have not seen any full size images though. Has canon posted any sample RAW pictures that are downloadable?
Look Canon, no view finder and no flash? Fuck it, I'm going to have to buy my wife a Sony Nex 6. Damn it.
Took this about a half hour ago with the yn622 and 580exii at 1/8th.
So Nikon produces a large mega pixel (36mp) camera for $3k. If and when Canon produces a large mega pixel (speculated 47mp) camera it's looking to be around $7k in an EOS-1 boy type.
TBH, I actually don't care all that much now.
What we have is good enough for (most of) our needs.
Heck, the 8 year old 10MP 40D is still more than plenty for the average enthusiast, and one of the first bodies I recommend to new dSLR shooters.
yep.. a decade ago most people could only dream to have a digital SLR (i was one of them).
today most who are interested in a DSLR have one .. or two..or three.. or..
and as you wrote, 10x15cm prints from a 8 year old camera don´t look much different then from a 1D X.
and that´s what most people do... 10x15 or 13x18 prints. if they print out photos at all.
that´s why my uncle is still happy with his D90.
this market can´t grow forever.
im also not really interested in a mirrorless DSLR.
not yet... i have seen all the latest EVF and im still not 100% happy with them.
the size advantages of a mirroless is not that important for me.
the current canon DSLR´s have the right size for my hands.
handling feels natural. i don´t want a tiny camera body.
Of the products you highlight, only Apple laptops exceed the price of entry-level dSLRs. Not a terribly valid economic argument.
The reality is simple: the 5DIII is the competing body to the D800, and it's outselling the D800 by a wide margin.
Well, they're ignoring him, anyway. I find that my needs are being met just fine.
so yes times are changing.. but the problem is... the innovations you guys want will not solve the problem.
Therefore CaNikon are both receiving their well-deserved punishment.
So, who is punishing who?
Actually, the answer is the global economy is punishing everyone. Your assertion that FuSonOly is punishing Canon would be like saying Canon's camera sales are the cause of Fuji's announced cut in the forecast for Subaru car sales.
Feel free to peddle your doom-speak and unfounded, biased opinions somewhere else...might I suggest DPR?