I would hope that if the 135mm gets an update, that the 200mm 2.8 would also be in line.
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Ok, say there's no difference inside at all, other than the one port we know about. That means Canon is charging a 91% premium for code that offers critical features for a certain group of users. Why are people up in arms about this? Adobe is charging a premium for Photoshop CS6 vs. Elememts, for the same thing, code that offers critical features for a certain group of users. But, Adobe is charging a 459% for their code.
Did the bride really wear a cyan green dress?
Did the clouds really break from clear blue (sky) to green (gray cloud) to bright magenta (cloud highlights)?
Do you mean we should take this as an example of GOOD color?
Still searching for our personal style, but I'm glad we're using Canon:
....I know, that most of you simply do not care about facts, but for the rest, who are more open minded, I explain (once more).
DxO Analyser is not made for the photographers. It is for the engineers and technicians. ...
And what do they do with it?
Confuse photographers and themselves.
This thread is absolutely the stupidest thread on this site currently active, and adds to the cesspool that most of the internet already is. This is embarassing for the site.
I think that it has just taken time for the better sensors to get into camera models that actually get attention: D800 & D600.
Three years ago, the D7000's APS-C sensor was way 'better' than it's competitor, the 7D (in DxOMark-land). Which was more popular?