Ugh, Canon Geniuses or Canonistas.....
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This is one of the ugliest cameras I've ever seen.
I agree with above post, naming the camera '3D' sounds like a really bad idea if it does not have any 3-D image features. Sure, some Canon users will understand the naming history. But, everyone else will be confused or annoyed with a camera called the 'EOS 3D' that does not shoot in 3-D - it sounds dumb. I hope Canon knows better than to use that name. It's a marketing fail waiting to happen.
Not exactly true - Sigma has the Foveon. The SD9, not only had no bayer filter, but no AA filter or MICROLENSES! In theory, this is better, in reality, not so much.
Read more: http://lightbox.time.com/2012/12/18/unfiltered-photographers-react-to-instagrams-new-terms/#ixzz2FRfSat4O
Read that link, then followed the link at the bottom to here.
Sounds like Instagram are trying to confuse people with this line: "Instagram users own their content and Instagram does not claim any ownership rights over your photos."
That's not the point, Instagram. The point is that by using Instagram, you retain ownership and copyright but you give Instagram a royalty free and unlimited license to use and sell your stuff. In fact, not only are you letting them use it, but by retaining ownership yourself, YOU are responsible for legal liability.
It's like this: You own a car (photo). By putting BrandX Petrol in your car (using Instagram), you are letting anyone from BrandX drive your car, and they can let anyone else drive your car, and make money by letting others drive your car (Instagram can sell your photos to others). And if anyone of these (potentially unlimited number of) people driving your car hits and kills anyone, you pay for their healthcare/funeral.
Thought more about it. Instead of FF mirrorless, it may well be a fixed lens camera, like the RX1. If it's a fixed lens camera, AF speed should not be an issue. So, we may see a battle between Sony 35 mm f/2 FF compact and Canon 50 mm f/2 FF compact.