The 60D is also out of stock nearly everywhere.
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This also plays out in the overall upgrade strategy that Canon appears to be following. One area you see that is the AF systems chosen for the non-1-series bodies, where improvements are slow to 'trickle down' the lines.
Please tell me your sources for this information.
There are no L lenses being made at all. Where does this fact come from?
Lenses are in limited supply. How limited? Who reported this?
im personally waiting for thr 5DMkIII. i am in no rush and i can wait. more time to save up since i only have 2k.
...unless it's a "square full frame" AKA 36mm x 36mm...
I tried the eneloops and also some Costco alkaline batteries, same result with both. The eneloops are recommended in Syl Arena's book which is why I use them, but maybe there are better ones out there. The 2CR5 in the canon unit is 6V however, and as it is a lithium battery, I guess it probably has more oomph than NiMH.
I know eneloops are no good in a flashgun
I didn't know that. I've been using them in my 550EX's and 580EX2 for years.
Canon and Nikon really are a horse a piece. Each has their strengths and weaknesses, but they both have good SYSTEMS as a whole.
Sony could have the greatest sensors in the world, but they don't have lenses, they don't have flashes, and they don't have third party support. In the current market, I could never recommend that someone buy a Sony dslr, no matter how good the sensor tests in DXO.
It could be a loose shim on the image sensor's trans-nebulizer - probably caused by the higher than normal gravity we have recently experienced from the "super moon". It should settle back into place in a few days.