Holy smokes, Jack!
I take that's a complement - thanks. I've been doing so much grumbling about my 1DX2 lately that I wonder if I've irritated people.
Holy smokes, Jack!
Why are there multiple SKU for the same camera? Is it because of factory kit combinations? Or different colors?
Edit: it's also worth mentioning that when using imperfect optics -- which is the case with many at long telephoto lengths, because not a lot of amateurs can afford professional primes -- APS-C means that you're only using the center 63% of the lens, which will be the part of the lens with the least problems. That means you're squeezing 24 megapixels out of the center 63% of glass, rather than a 28 megapixels out of 100% of the glass.
If you are using the same telephoto lens on an APS-C camera and a full frame at the same distance, then your image of your bird (or whatever) will occupy the same physical space on the crop and FF sensors and be subject to exactly the same optical defects of the lens. There will be fewer pixels from the FF after you have cropped the image to the same size as APS-C of course, but the cropped image will be unaffected by the poorer edge effects of the lens as you have cropped out the edges.
Well. A late April early May release would make sense from the registration information. It's usually around six months out, and it came out in December.
The only thing is the registration list that came out in December never mentioned the MK II.
Canon EOS 77D or T7i
Wireless modules: ES202 (Wi-Fi) · WM500 (Bluetooth)
It was only in March that the MK II was mentioned.
DS126631 (Canon EOS 6D Mark II)
Digital single-lens reflex camera
Wi-Fi · Bluetooth installed
Equipped with latest wireless module ES202
and now again:
so this has been showing up since December now.
I could see this points to a May / June release date IMO.
...and here are some counter-examples: