You guys are dumb ! Funny thread!
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And, until now, I kind a higher opinion of the folks here. Oh well, whatever. Bye.
Sorry we won'r hear more from you!;)
Well, I guess my point went over your heads. I don't drive a fancy car, either. And I am sure many bought two to sell one on eBay. Understand now?
I'm struggling to see the point of this post.
He acted and tested like a child. I'm not hostile towards him. I'm just calling it as I see it.
DigitalRev episodes are for entertainment, with some good, practical information shared in many of them. If you're looking for well designed, repeatable tests with detailed analysis...there are plenty of options for that elsewhere.
This is similar to someone watching Top Gear when trying to decide which car to buy. It's not meant to be serious, and if you watch it expecting it to be, you'll likely be disappointed.
Maybe I will get a quote and see how much it will cost. Hate to junk it as it still takes nice pictures.
The $1.7M price tag.
I just posted a few hours ago in the $299 EOS thread that it seemed like a silly purchase; since Canon would likely be replacing it with a dual-pixel AF markII version.
I guess I was spot on with that prediction.
How is paying $300 for a mirrorless with DSLR IQ and a small, fast, and by all accounts, sharp prime silly? That there would be an improved successor is blatantly obvious. But you're the Man.
In my opinion the EOS-M is not worthy of its price tag due to its poor AF, even at $299. Opinions vary. And people can buy in to first generation gear; it's their money - their choice. They know the risks going in. And when there's a fire sale, it's pretty telling that the new technology (ie, dual-pixel AF) just made the previous generation obsolete.
Don't be mad.
I don't care what body u use, your photo is only as good as your lens.
Go for the lens, whatever body doesn't matter