The real question is: what is the advantage of a zoom compared to its long end prime?
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Therefore Canon's response is quite correct and honest. If you install ML and the use of ML damages your camera, they don't have to cover. But if ML is not the cause of the damage, they must honor the warranty.
There's another prototype of sensor (can't recall the name) that uses the energy of the photons to translate it into wavelength and then into color information.
Are you sure you aren't thinking of Roger's April Fool's Day post? http://www.lensrentals.com/blog/2013/04/wavelength-detecting-sensor-eliminates-bayer-filter-triples-resolution
Why not Canon? AFAIK Canon develops sensors in their own company. O.k., they are behind others in some specs + IQ under different circumstances. But in 2005 when I decided to buy a 20D Canon had a great advantage: It's sensor reproduced great color and detail - much better than other cameras from other brands and it was a Canon developed +produced sensor.
They have to do something revolutionary - evolutionary development of existing 18MPix sensors will not satisfy us and I think we will see some revolutionary sensor within 2 or 3 years.
A foveon-style FF sensor in a canon body would be sweet. Canon, dooo ittttttt.....
I'm in love with my Sigma merrill cameras, I would be incredibly interested in a Canon fovean camera. The fact that an APS-C sized fovean sensor can capture as much or more detail than most full frame bayer sensors makes a full frame fovean sensor look really interesting.
Slighly not safe for work, but hilarious with regard to the ML breakthrough...
Hitler finds out about ML breakthrough!!
Hitler finds out about Magic Lantern RAW video for Canon DSLRs
TIPA is a mystery
I have a good friend who has been a member of the TIPA jury for many years, their have their meetings and vote for equipments they have not tried or seen .
I currently own a 60D with various EF lenses. I don't always want to lug that around and would like something lighter and smaller but still be able to get quality shots. While I know the SL1 can't be put in your pocket it can be thrown in a purse. All I would need is the body. My son has the Fuji which is fantastic but your talking 3x the price. Any thoughts? None of the stores around has the SL1 in yet so I can't really play with it.
So the thing Canon needed to upgrade, the lens, is no different then the S100. The camera also looks much more slippery then my S100. I'm guessing the sensor is the same and the only upgrade will be the digic 6 processor which will be of no help because you'll shot in raw.
Nice lens, but not working well with TC is not nice...
I found the sky boring and added clouds to make it more interesting.
Do you think this is cheating? I really want to know.
Am very confused. I have made changes but not altered nature. Have I done something wrong?
thanks for all the input , yes i had it on one shot focus, i used back button focus also.
i like waht people have done with the picture, but my point wasnt really about the composition, i have many variatins of this photo examp[e, more sky, less sky, foreground people at different area of the frame etc l its more the actual image quality theres no core quality to the photos to develop from. even when processing, im struggling with getting good punchy images. i did used to shoot raw before aswell.
i suppose my problem could be dealing with subject matter, the heat and humidity might be one fo the problems i was encountering, plus possibly poor quality Polariser. i was going for the wider landscapes this time, rather than a 'street' style were everything is closer.