Nope, no wheel around the D-pad. However, the EOS R has an additional wheel on the top/rear corner that no DSLRs have that essentially does everything the wheel around the D-pad does on DSLRs that have it. So the wheel is really more relocated on the R rather than totally removed.Does the EOS R not have a wheel around the back that circles the directional-pad/cross-keys? In the manual for my 70D this is referred to as the "Quick Control Dial" and I use it all the time. Does this rumor imply it's making a come-back or is there some other scroll wheel?
Well on the Sonys, IBIS worked even when adapting Canon lenses onto them. (At least the basic IBIS function, not sure about the crazy pixel shift thing.) So it would be pretty lame for IBIS to only work on native RF lenses on Canon's camera.Will the IBIS work with the EF Adapter as in I wouldn’t have to replace my EF 100 2.8 Macro with the L version to obtain IS with the Canon’s Mirrorless camera? That would be ideal!
Well, you don't know what the new sensor DR is going to be yet with the 45 mpxFor me this is very exciting news, dont care for video but the specs for stills is quite impressive, my 5Div replacement it seems. I will be getting one if these specs are close to the final answer.