I've received it a few times, I have always been able to reduce or take special characters out of the test and repost. However, I think that for some, that is not the issue.
This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.
Real IMAX???4K is 8 megapix. 8K is a mere 30 megapix. But IMAX is 10x 8K. Anyone thinks we are still in digital infancy in terms of resolution? DR-wise it ain't even pretty. Film kills digital. Canon being the worst of all.Imax Digital uses two 2K projectors, but they are working on a 4K system. All the theatres are heading that way.
Why not read up before posting inaccurate information.?
Real IMAX, not lieMax that is going on. The IMAX sensor size is 8x the super35, considering it is film and has off the charts DR, the resolution+DR is unmatched by any digital. Of course, Canon's decade old sensor is probably the least competitive.
14mm 3.1? ?The prices compete very well with $100k + cinema lenses. Zeiss offers a ordinary camera lens for $3000 mount not the same. Prices jump a huge amount for that extra sharpness needed for 4K video.
135mm 2.2? ?
and i assume they cost a lot of money.
if canon want money just go out and beg..
while zeiss offering 15mm 2.9 for 3000$, lets see how do u want to compete with world.
4K is 8 megapix. 8K is a mere 30 megapix. But IMAX is 10x 8K. Anyone thinks we are still in digital infancy in terms of resolution? DR-wise it ain't even pretty. Film kills digital. Canon being the worst of all.Imax Digital uses two 2K projectors, but they are working on a 4K system. All the theatres are heading that way.
Exactly my experience, only I've had five 24-70mm L's. They have built-in curvature of field issues, and commonly have decentered elements.+1 on no 24-70 II/5DIII kit. There is going to be so much demand for that lens there is no way Canon will be compelled to discount it.
Right, it'll be years before there is meaningful discounting on the 24-70II. After a number of disappointing 24-70 Mk1 lenses I bought a 24-105 a couple of years ago to see me through until the new lens ships. Surprise surprise! The 24-105 leaves all four of my 24-70 lenses gasping for respectability. It's a 10/10 keeper. Most people are highly satisfied with the 24-105. Just dig around on this list for positive feedback.
As TrumpetPower suggested, go straight out and pick up a kit 5D3 and 24-105 today. You'll love it. And if in the unlikely event the 24-105 turns out to be unsuitable, you'll barely lose a penny on it if you on-sell. Great lenses like this hold their value.
I had a D800, cropping does not save space, it cuts away part of the image. SRAW that Canon has saves space, but Nikon has nothing similar.Most importantly, for many that want larger MP, their end usage is not a computer screen; it's a much larger, higher res print version.
high MP count with a crop mode to save space (ala D800) or medium count on a smaller sensor (ala 7D) can be good when you need to crop heavily such as for distant wildlife too
I would not want to pay $$$ for a FF camera and then convert it to a crop.
Careful with the renting idea though; 5D MkIII file format is not compatible with anything but the newest releases of Lightroom, Photoshop etc. Updating won't work, you got to spend money.It works fine with DPP, and the send to photoshop function in DPP, as well as adobe DNG.