Will be picking up my copy tomorrow.
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I expect both will go mirrorless eventually.
The 70D IS the new 7D Mark II.
There is no space between the 6D and the 70D.
If I look at the sales reports I see, that Canon has lost around 25 percent of the APS-C customers to other brands (APS-C or mirrorless) or FF.
First, we’re told by a great source that only PowerShot announcements will take place on the 21st. We’re also told not to expect anything “high end”, nothing like the Sony RX100 II.
Your assertions of DxO publishing BS are just as BS as their results because you don't know how they calculate their "lens score" and thus you have to make up reasons as to why it is so.
For those who argue that it's reasonable that DxO consider the camera in the 'Lens Score', note that the sensor is already factored into the measurements themselves. P-Mpix measures sharpness of camera + lens, pixel size affects CA, etc. Even their transmission measurement changes with different cameras...
Actually, that's probably giving them too much credit, because real Bovine Scat makes good fertilizer, whereas DxOMark's BS has no real-world utility.
Lens performance result using measurement from different camera body is basically useless since every camera sensor perform differently and every vendor process their RAW file differently.
DxO should come out a standard testing camera for testing lens... a mirrorless camera should be idea since it'll have the shortest flange focal distance and can use adapter for different vendor lens... then the only variables will be the lens and the result can be valid to compare between different lens.
DXO never said that they were "lens tests" only, so I do not see he problem.
Well, that ought to DRum up some DRead from the DRoll DRones who DRool over DR, and DRag many a forum thread down the DReary path of DRivel, DRaining into puddles of DRoss.
Too little, too late imo
You are distorting the numbers. The Canon figures are for EF (Electrically focused) lenses, and do not include3 manual focus lenses.
What are the Nikon figures for their electrically focused lenses? Far smaller.