I haven't though a lot because I got a 5D4. Maybe they wanted to differentiate. But I agree with you even more since Canon are supposed to use the best sensor technology available at the moment for every camera model. I believe eventually every model's sensor will get the on-chip ADC. The same way they start using the touch screen and the DP technology in all new models...ahsanford said:NancyP said:I can't say that I feel the limitations seriously from my 6D and 7D2 combo, which together handle the situations in which I shoot. I could wish for more dynamic resolution.
This is why there isn't a good rebuttal to those that are butt hurt about the 6D2 sensor not getting the on-chip ADC hotness the 1DX2, 5D4 and 80D did (M5, M6 as well?). They have a fair beef there.
I say that because dynamic range is a place people run into limits all the time. In that sense, this is one specific area where someone's skill might actually be limited by the camera.
Now, we can surely debate the value of (say) 1-2 added stops of base ISO DR will do for most of us vs. the jarring [financial / lens quality / new ergonomics and controls / system reliability] reality of leaving the fold to get it. But why Canon left this tech out of the 6D2 remains a head-scratcher to me.