+1"The new camera in January may be a bit controversial"
When was the last camera Canon introduced without controversy?
I can't think that far back.
You know what? If they could find away to leverage a touch pad shutter button to control AF point selection, I would be there for it.My serious guesses:
1. Touch pad shutter button (as described in a patent which surfaced months ago).
2. a retro style camera with old tech
3. A super affordable, small FF body with no EVF
4. A camera with built-in
machine based image editing (like in SP) to compete with apple, Samsung, Huawei etc
I really think all three options are actually possible. I figure that No 1 would be the most controversial because I really changes the way we/ one take(s) a picture.
No 4 would be considered “controversial” altough it basically would simply transfer the technique most people take images with to a DSLM.
If you look at Jared Polin's "unboxing the R3" video the evf sticks out much further so perhaps your nose wouldn't keep touching the screen so much with the R3.You know what? If they could find away to leverage a touch pad shutter button to control AF point selection, I would be there for it.
As a left eye dominant shooter, the LCD touchscreen is basically worse than useless to me for AF selection because my nose is always interfering with the touch screen.