- Jun 30, 2013
All Canons struggled with these DPR AF tests. Mighty 1D X mark 2 even rated behind D5 based on AF tests even with better sensor and 4k60p. I remembered there was a big discussion when they did this test with 80 with the settings. With all points auto AF, there is a setting to choose starting AF point. Otherwise, it is set to center AF point. It doesn't pick up face and start tracking as DPR was expecting.You mean even the mighty 1D X Mark II struggles with the infamous DPReview "bicycle test"?
You are absolutely right.NO!
For Sony trolls, 20 fps are much better than 30 fps.
Less can be more (if Sony has less...)
Yes, mine had problems with objects that were directly flying/running/driving toward me. Moving in another direction or directly away from me was no problem.You mean even the mighty 1D X Mark II struggles with the infamous DPReview "bicycle test"?
Two different kinds of buyers. There are people who want nothing but full frame. There are people who want nothing but crop or can only afford crop. The 1D line is far and away above the 7D series. Plenty of daylight between them.I don't know, but I suspect money could be a reason why they wouldn't do that. The last 1Dx series was 3.5x more expensive on launch that the last 7D series at launch, and I really don't think all that cost is in the sensor. I wonder if Canon thought there wasn't enough daylight between the 7D series and the 1D for the price difference...
What ridiculous hyperbole.With these specs and if they can significantly improve the focus and ISO, this will be a very competitive camera vs other flagships. This would make me very happy and sign me up for a pre-order! Santa can bring me B H gift cards!!!!