Well, the surprise might be, that the price tag is even higher than ever before ... my two centsPedro, that wouldn't be a surprise. A surprise would be if it was lower!
They are too slow for martial arts indoors. A constant 2.8 would be preferred, but I'll take a 2.8-4 for compactness (and price). 5.6 indoors when you want 1/500th of a second shutter speed or faster? Crazy ISO/noise. Maybe the 28-135 on the 6D would work, but then it would be too short.Hmm, I saw this lens on ebay: http://www.canon.com/camera-museum/camera/lens/ef/data/standard_zoom/ef_35~135_4~56_usm.html28-135?
I think this range would be awesome for indoor sports/martial arts (like taekwondo) on a APS-C camera.
Can one hope for an EF-S 35-135 f2.8-4 USM?
I would buy it in an instant.
if you have sources to tell you that there are prototypes.I thought it was certain that it was NOT a push-pull? All rumors I heard point to twist-zoom, but I could ofc be mistaken.
why don´t they tell you at least if it is a push-pull design or not?
or is a push-pull design tested and a "normal" design?
I returned my SX50 because my hands were too big, I'm curious about the replacement. I'd like to see touch screen, wifi and GPS. Touch screen and GPS might even convince me to try again once the initial price drops. I think I can operate a touch screen with my big fingers better than the tiny controls.This looks like the replacement of the SX500, not the SX50 (no viewfinder).
That is also true. But it does not dispute my claim. I still say "convenience matters". For EVERYONE. NO exceptions.But convenience matters...and so gear matters. Or do you dispute that convenience matters?