Just like AF-S, but now for FullFrame mirrorless? - I hope you are right.'R' for the EF-R lenses, with a Rear-projecting design that allows a more compact-appearing mounted lens with the standard EF mount, since part of the lens protrudes into the camera body.
Looking forward to native EF mount and small EF-R lenses with Dixie-cup rear caps.
It’s very subjective but I would have to agree with you. As much as I dislike the aestehic of the M50 it’s still much more bearable than it’s 4K video implementation which might as well not exist.
Agreed. Add Canon's Vari-Angle rear display, up the dynamic range, and the mirrorless crown will fall from Sony's lofty brow.One of two things will happen. Canon will introduce the new FF mirrorless line and we will all say "well, is that it?" Or "Oh crap, I'm selling all my DSLRs."
For me, I'm looking for a couple of key features: In body stabilization and eye detection. Eliminating the IS from the optical design will open a lot more doors for faster, more reliable lens designs. Not having to drive the fat glass IS will save battery power and be quieter.
I don't give a rat's ass what it looks like. I don't buy cameras take pictures of them, I buy cameras to use them to take pictures.
That's true for me as well. Both handling and menus are unwieldy. Waiting for Canon to out their FF mirrorless. Currently, my A7R3 is the best body to work with, IQ and performance-wise, but just barely. It is a royal pain. When IQ isn't the main concern, I reach for my M5 every time.I believe that pleasant looking things are likely to perform better in real life use. I don’t care if a camera take perfect pictures of a wall, when mounted on a tripod. I want it to perform in my hands. I usually find that Canon cameras do that. When I tried a Sony for a while, I felt uncomfortable picking up the camera every time. It took great pictures, but it was a pain to work with.