Has Canon really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like about the new sensors yet?
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Since you went and invoked Nyquist, I will ask - what is the physical phenomenon that we are sampling, and what property(ies) of that phenomenon provide the limits from which we determine the minimal frequency to adequately capture all information present, and the optimal oversampling frequency?Now you got me thinking and crunching some quick numerics. The sinc function is bipolar while the optical intensity is only unipolar which is a basic difference. Usually functions are not bandwidth limited unlike ideal low pass functions like the sinc. Therefore if you want to caputre ALL information you need infinitely fine sampling.
Ok, I think this is too technical for me. So 46 MP is same as 36 MP for landscap?
No, 46 MP is higher resolution than 36 MP, for any application.
I would rather have a good 1 point AF sensor than 9 bad ones. I would rather than 22 good mega pixels than 36 bad ones. I would rather have good menu system than sensor specs. I would rather have integrated WIFI and GPS units than not. I would rather have the EF lens support than not. I would rather have good customer support than not. I would rather have my Canon than not!
I've always thought the smartest thing for Canon to do would be to have official plug-ins for that sort of thing. Maybe provide your camera serial number, pay $25 and get a file that's either flashed into the camera or loaded to a special folder on your cards via DPP.
Even better an app store, it wouldn't be too hard for them to vet code to only use official APIs like Apple do so there's no chance of damage to the camera and have rules on how much CPU they can use etc. Bit of extra cash for Canon, a bit of extra cash for thousands of developers and the ability to get just about any feature you could dream of for end-users.
As for warranty / support just have a quick and official way to disable the plug-ins so they can quickly work out if problems are with the base firmware / camera or some sort of add-on.
I'm a bit confused; Is the 5D2 after rebate 1299$ or 1799$?
It's 1799 with the rebate.
I also have heard that they do allow slr's but the white zooms are persona non grata.
Did you see them?Canon's pricing strategy with 5DMKIII proved to be fundametally wrong, so I really hope they learned their lesson...Just curios, did you see sales numbers?
Please be sub-4000$.
lol. Yeah, let's call it the 5.1D then. With Canon's pricing strategy, $4,500 is almost a guarantee. 6D -> 5Dm3 -> 3D -> 1DX. $4,500 fits in there nicely.
Does Canon even make a lens that can resolve 46MP?
Yep, The 100L & 135L are beast. Perhaps the New 24-70 II?