« on: February 09, 2015, 06:28:17 PM »
+1No. No DPAF.
Ditto. BIG mistake on Canon's part. I don't understand why they can't build a mirrorless camera that appeals to US customers. There are clearly those here who want one, the only reason they aren't buying Canon is because Canon's offerings pale in comparison to the competitors alternatives. All they have to do is build a competitive model with competitive features, and I'm sure millions of US customers would gobble them up. DPAF is one of Canon's most competitive features right now...and rather "essential" on a mirrorless camera. Mind boggling that they did not include it.
no DPAF? WTF!
Video frame rate max's out at 30FPS on 1080p? Even my GoPro does 1080P at 120FPS.... and it also does 4K video....KNOCK! KNOCK!.... HELLO?... ANYONE HOME?
HEY CANON! Here is a tip for you.... people buying big DSLR's are primarily interested in still image quality. People buying tiny cameras are interested in convenience. You want to sell a lot of a small camera? Put a touchscreen and WiFi interface onto it that can let you log onto a hotspot, and put an app on it to let you connect to email or facebook. Then stand back and watch it sell....