I believe Canon had this sensor and the technology to mass produce it for some time (2-3 years) ...
Yes, they've been using it in the 7D for three years now.
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Oh I think it would be quite excellent for wildlife because when you crop the picture, you'll have the same ability to crop as with the 7D. It would be the full frame version of the 7D, except perhaps in fps. Birders would love it.
I also see it as being used by quite a number of wedding photographers (that aren't amateurs pretending.)
Youre essentially paying for the software that costs the company money and time to develop. Programmers arent free guys.
Being a programmer myself, I agree
It could of course just be a typo?
...Who is this camera made for? - 60D lovers lusting for FF and tired of vari-angle LCD, obviously . Similar bodies, similar controls, shared SD cards...
Adorama has sold 818 5D Mark III's on ebay alone, which has netted them well over $2,400,000!.. not too shabby.. 100 5D3's were sold alone in the last 9 or so hours of that sale!! and that was when everyone was likely sleeping.