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I would imagine joint ventures on something as expensive as sensor manufacturing would help lower costs for companies and perhaps customers as well. It’s definitely possible, but I wouldn’t write it in stone yet. If Canon does the manufacturing of the sensor can they put their own technology into a Sony sensor, such as Dual Pixel AF?
People here talk about not knowing anyone that buys Nikon and how Nikon is always making a loss and how Nikon cameras don't rate as well as Canon on Amazon, etc ...
Co-worker is planning their holiday and wanted the best camera to take on holiday and went with a D810 plus lenses.
My input into the buying decision? Didn't know that she was shopping until she mentioned what she'd bought.
Do they shoot sports? No
Do they shoot birds? No
What photographs will he take? Typical tourist pics.
When asked why she wanted the Nikon D810 her answer was simple: "I just want the best IQ."
No, I'm not making it up.
(Reposted because someone decided to be pedantic, so I've corrected for their pedantry.)
I would go with Fuji X series + native lenses.
Thought it may be the right time to resurrect this old thread.
When I look at the latest DSLR best seller list on Amazon USA recently, I am shocked that Canon is taking a very severe beating in sales. This has been going on for several weeks now (from about Nov 2014 till early Dec 2014).
Never expected this.
The unending gripes on the internet forum are showing their influences now...
White-Tailed Deer 7dmkii by Corey Hayes, on Flickr
Apparently Yosemite makes big problems for non-apple SSDs. So if you've replaced your hard drive or added an SSD for your boot drive then be careful. Larry Jordan has a bunch more info on it here: http://www.larryjordan.biz/caution-ssd-drives-and-yosemite/
Yes, Apple continues to strengthen the walls of it's Sandbox. I didn't have a problem with this, but apparently you should turn off TRIM for systems running third part SSD's prior to upgrading. Apple is not signing these drivers so TRIM will not function inside the sandbox. Not all third party drives use TRIM and apparently Apple is not a big fan. TRIM is a method of preventing your SSD from getting clogged up with unnecessary data. If you think you might be affected it's worth doing a bit of research. If you have a third party SSD in your system I expect you are a sophisticated enough user to sort this out without too much trouble but you may be less than happy with the available solutions.
This is the type of thing that Apple does which folks have a legitimate right to be annoyed about but it's Apple being Apple. You have to take the good with the bad.
Mt Spokane has nine. Is that the most you can get?
I don't get it. Is it only based on recent activity? Or on seniority (reg time)?
neuro - ~15k posts = 8 points
spokane ~10k posts = 9 points
So sure it is different, but probably not different enough.
...I thought OP meant Opening Post.
The original post (=OP) could then be updated maybe once a month to regain the alphabetical order.
What else could be modular?...
- Lens mount
- Built in flash
- Storage options (SSD?)
- Camera body mount
- Communication (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, GPS, 4G, SatCom?)
- Power options (Li Ion, AA Alkaline, AC, USB)
- Auto focus system
Any other ideas?
To put things in prespective on where Canon DSLRs stand for video shooters.
2- Canon 700D vs. Nikon D5300
3- Canon 70D vs. Nikon D7100
4- Canon 7D mk II vs. Nikon D7100