- Mar 26, 2014
Speed booster is possible only if the lens' power of coverage is greater than the camera's sensor, so the Sony a9 (or whichever Sony FF camera) would have no advantage, in this respect, over a Canon full frame mirrorless.douglaurent said:Unfortunately for you I never demanded or expected that Canon will introduce a Speedbooster, as of course it's technically impossible. But it's a 100% true and clear disadvantage for Canon and a fact that is worth mentioning once every 4 month. Like temporary disadvantages of Sony which are mentioned here 10 times a day by others.Mikehit said:And how many times are you gong to spout this garbage about it being Canon's responsibility to produce a speedbooster so you can fit third party lenses onto their cameras?douglaurent said:And even if by then Canon keeps up with a Sony A9R2 or A7R4, the Canon camera will have the disadvantage of less lens options, no speedboosters etc. Sony just released a 16-35/2.8 and 12-24/4. In 1.5 years it's likely they have their native lens lineup complete incl. tele lenses. What Canon advantage is left by then?
If this is your idea of good marketing strategy you are a conceptual retard whose opinions are merely a wishlist of what you want. If Canon followed your suggestions they would go bust.
As for adapters, if the flange distance & diameter allow it, and demand exists for it, some third party manufacturer(s) would make it.