Open the image in PS, lighten the shadows and all kinds of oddities show up around the lens, such as a zoom ring that stops and fades into the grip
Why has this been debated so long without anyone looking at the actual photo, or has the huge EVF done its job and distracted everyone's attention ;-)
I've a rollover image showing the issues at:
Thanks for pointing that out. Even if it is a fake it's still fun to debate because it shows what people would really like to see in this type of camera. I for one would be very excited if this proved to be real, save the EVF.
Not that I wouldn't welcome a decent (big) EVF for an EOS-M one day...
« Last Edit: February 08, 2014, 01:09:39 PM by mrsfotografie »
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