The 28-70 f/2L is big, and probably heavy, as expected. But it's a 28-70 f/2L !! That is going to be hard to resist.Looking at the pictures, there is a second switch below the AF/MF switch on all lenses exept the 28-70. So I think at least the other three have IS.
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The 50 1.2 and 24-105 seem to be almost the same length. Very interesting since the EF 24-105 is about twice as long as the EF 50 1.2, even with an EF-RF adapter on the 50mm there would be a significant difference. I hope that means the 24-105 is smaller than its EF counterparts?
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The 28-70 is definitely a lot bigger than the other lenses, although after hearing the f/2 I thought it would be even bigger.
So that textured Ring ist probably called Control Ring?
Considering that the 6D Mark II MSRP is 2600 USD I would be very surprised if this one is under 2k.
Hope that you are correct as this would be a big improvement ergonomically on other existing mirrorless body options for those EF glass users who want a mirrorless Canon body that will work well ergonomically with larger EF/telephoto lenses (not to mention the RF f2 range).
For the lens? Yeah, 2500 seems like a good guess.The 28-70 f/2L is big, and probably heavy, as expected. But it's a 28-70 f/2L !! That is going to be hard to resist.
Price guesses? $2500?
Ha, "The world doesn't work like that." Thanks for getting me back to reality.and I would say dream on, the 30.3 MP sensor they have inside the R is probably a refined version of the same sensor from the 5D Mark IV. All things being equal, I doubt Canon will polish a sensor from a $3500 body and then offer it for $1900. Not to mention the R&D that went into the rest of the various systems (AF, metering, new mount, etc...)The world doesn't work like that.
It makes a lot of sense that the grip has the same size as the hypothetical specs states it will use the LP-E6N battery and the BG connector that goes inside the camera grip will require the same size.The size comparison of Nokishita of the Canon EOS R with a 5D Mark IV is completely wrong!
I resized Nokishita's images to the correct size and overlayed it. The bigger red shaded camera is the 5D Mark IV. I used the hot shoe as the scale.
It also makes sense from physics that both 24-105 have the same diameter. The length is shorter exactly by the depth of mirror box the EOS R does not have.
The most impotent information for me is that the grip seams nearly the same size as the grip of a 5D Mark IV!
Very happy with that!
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