Same old 18GB sensor?
You clearly didn't read the first post ...
Same old 18GB sensor?
I saw the headline "new bigger savings from B&H". The lens I purchased yesterday, the 24-70 f2.8 ii is now $2099 vs $2049 I paid yesterday. How is this better??? My attempt at posting this earlier was blocked.
Has anyone tested out the SL1's sensor yet? How is it performing? My bet is that the image quality remains the same. Canon would probably want to announce the 70D before the SL1 is released to the public because once they realize the IQ is not better than the old 18MP sensor, nobody is going to buy it.
Sorry, but I really don't see the point of your post.
To pick one gallery, that exhibiting the work of the principal behind www.luminous-landscape.com, I imagine that the work being displayed has changed over time from being dominated by Canon sourced material to Sony/Nikon material if what he displays on the web is anything to go buy (and the fact that he no longer owns any Canon DSLRs.) Information about his gallery is at:
If you read enough of the essays from professional photographers that write for the above mentioned website then you start to realise that Canon no longer features like it used to as a tool used by artists, never mind photojournalists, etc.
It was also mentioned that the price of the EOS 100D was “a bit expensive”.
Compaired to what? and EOS M or a Powershot or a 1DX
There is always that chance that maybe an APS-H 10fps 7DII with EF-s compatability is coming. I think it would be a fantastic idea If it plays out.
But why doesn't Canon print on the lens itself 29-216mm? The 18-135mm printing is misleading then.
There was supposed to be an announcement at Photonkia, but I guess it never happened. The trail's gone cold it seems.
I hope we hear more soon.
Does anyone have good experience with Samyang lenses? Are any of decent optical quality?
I've seen good reviews and bad ones. The 14mm lens I bought was the most horrible lens I've ever owned, and went right back. Others are very happy. The issue seems to be poor quality control, or perhaps easily damaged construction that gets messed up in shipping.
I'd only buy one locally, or from Amazon Prime so that I could easily return it if its another bad one.