March 26, 2017, 05:03:32 PM

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A better solution is for Fuji to make more native lenses available. How many are going to buy a large sensor camera and then crop to a small image circle?
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EOS-M / Re: EOS M5: A damend good camera!
« Last post by JoFT on Today at 02:55:34 PM »
The A6000 doesn't have a touch screen, right?

I do not know what others think, but a MILC without a touchscreen is a MASSIVE failure IMHO. It's also one of the reasons that I totally ignore older Sony MILCs.

I like touchscreens, but I haven't ever felt on the A6000 that it was a massive failing. To be honest I miss it more on the A7RII probably because I use that in a different way to the A6000. But in neither case would I say it was a massive failure.   For me, the ergonomics on the M5 is more of a massive failure than this.

Still. I think there is more to like than not to like about the M5, and I'm certainly keeping mine.


What's on the ergonomics is that massive failure? I have some minor things to argue (f.i. I would like to double tap on the area where I want to zoom in in manual focusing)


And one remark on native APS-C native E-mount lenses: where are those? They are not that much. Correct is, that 3rd party is missing...
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Why are there multiple SKU for the same camera? Is it because of factory kit combinations? Or different colors?
Typically 6d is Item. SKU is Item at location. Same item with different locations.
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PowerShot / Re: PowerShot SX60 HS Replacement Finally Coming? [CR1]
« Last post by 9VIII on Today at 02:27:59 PM »
SX ... who?!?

Canon 6D / mirroless FF / sensor technology rumors is what i am looking for, here on canonrumors. The rest is ...

You're doing yourself a disservice not paying attention to the compact superzooms. It could be an ideal camera to pair with an SLR if you're not setting out with supertelephoto lenses to begin with, or just for more casual use, low risk, low profile.
Not to mention practically everything on the market gets equally good IQ in good light these days.
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Cambo announces a new lens adapter to fit Canon lenses to the Fujifilm GFX50s.

The CA-GFX will be the third Canon lens adapter that Cambo have manufactured and marketed for camera movement. Having successfully adapted Canon lenses to the Cambo ACTUS (ACB-CA) and more recently the WIDE series camera (WRES-CA.) It was a natural transition to manufacture the adapter as it gives many photographers the option of using their existing lenses with the latest mirrorless, large sensor, Fujifilm GFX50s (CA-GFX.

Cambo CA-GFX Adapter The CA-GFX adapter fits directly to the bayonet of the GFX camera body and the lens aperture is controlled electronically when dialling in the required f-stop. As there is no direct connection between lens and body, there is no data received; aperture, auto-focus or EXIF, from the lens.

Why make this lens adapter? The Fujifilm GFX50s sensor measures 33x44mm and Canon lenses such as the 17mm T-SE and 24mm T-SE have very large image circles, they will cover the sensor size and will enable the photographer to apply movement.

Cambo CA-GFX Adapter The CA-GFX (Product code: 99070301) is available from your local dealer.

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EOS-M / Re: EOS M5: A damend good camera!
« Last post by jolyonralph on Today at 02:16:07 PM »
The A6000 doesn't have a touch screen, right?

I do not know what others think, but a MILC without a touchscreen is a MASSIVE failure IMHO. It's also one of the reasons that I totally ignore older Sony MILCs.

I like touchscreens, but I haven't ever felt on the A6000 that it was a massive failing. To be honest I miss it more on the A7RII probably because I use that in a different way to the A6000. But in neither case would I say it was a massive failure.   For me, the ergonomics on the M5 is more of a massive failure than this.

Still. I think there is more to like than not to like about the M5, and I'm certainly keeping mine.
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Lenses / Re: Three Canon Lens Masters Pick Their Favourite Lenses
« Last post by Don Haines on Today at 01:55:49 PM »
...and here are some counter-examples:



 :D

This is clearly photographer error.... you picked the wrong building :)
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"Almost ready to go"

Wonder what time frame that means....

The site where I work still has some "temporary" shelters that were put up in 1940...... we could be waiting for a while :)

Ha. I know you're being wise, but I hope they wouldn't do all these certifications unless the product is winding down to completion.  ;D
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"Almost ready to go"

Wonder what time frame that means....

The site where I work still has some "temporary" shelters that were put up in 1940...... we could be waiting for a while :)

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1DX Mark II Images / Re: Anything Shot with a 1Dx mark II
« Last post by Viggo on Today at 01:46:37 PM »
It is nice.

"Dad how much longer do I have to stand here..."

Thanks👍🏽 And yes, that's how it usually goes 8)
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