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If Canon bring back the APS-H, It must be in the niche market and meet the following requirement.
1. Smaller than the 6D for portability
2. Same pixel density(or even smaller) than the 1Dx for low light/high ISO performance.
3. Very fast FPS for sports photographer due to lower MP.
4. At least half of the price of 1Dx
Question is at this day of age, how many photographer can live with a 10 to 12 mp camera as a general purpose camera?

Why does it have to be smaller than the 6D when you're going to be hanging big whites off it?
I think a 7D size 24+MP APS-H body would be attractive since the 1D4 is 16MP and $3500 complements the current line alongside the 5D3

Look how many 1D4s are used by sports pros.  Many would prefer to not change their shooting styles by going from a APS-H to FF or APS-C.  Sports shooters are the most visible of Canon's IRL ads.  Studio shots are usually closed to casual observers but everyone sees the sports shooters on the sidelines.

Can we have a discussion without the childish name calling? Austin, I would love to add you to my list of Richard Craniums but I don't have one.  You are entitled to your opinion as are all of us here.

Lenses / Re: Hawaii travel advice
« on: June 28, 2014, 09:46:52 AM »
24-70 with the 6D.  Bring your tripod and shoot nightscapes and the blue hour after your kids have gone to be.  Hawaii gives you both ocean sunsets and sunrises!

This is how rumors start. ;)

I looked for but couldn't find it.

Apparently not everyone.  It makes sense that Canon cannot price a new camera between the 1Dx and 1Dc.  $2000-2500 and they will cannibalize 5D3 sales.  I expect the new body between $3500-4000 which is too pricey for APS-C but perfect for a high MP APS-H body.

Apparently, Canon has the technology:

And you are so knowledgeable because ......

Won't be a 1D Mark IV replacement either because it will not have the larger pro body.  APS-H in a 7D size body.  It will keep the price down below the 1Dx but above a 7D.  I expect a $3500 price tag making it an APS-H equivalent to the 5D Mark III

It will be a 1D Mark V in a 7D size body, hence the change to 1Dx because it is full frame.

And the autocompose doesn't seem to work either

EOS Bodies / Re: New Sensor Tech in EOS 7D Mark II [CR2]
« on: June 19, 2014, 02:03:04 PM »
Does anyone have an example of what Canon call revolutionary?

White bodies?

Maybe because the working pros there don't give a rat's ass?  They're shooting the freakin' World Cup!!!!!

EOS Bodies / Re: More EOS 7D Replacement Buzz Going Around [CR2]
« on: June 09, 2014, 11:18:16 PM »
It looks like the anticipation has dropped the price of the 1D Mark IV by at least 10%

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