EOS-1D X Mark III
- Jan 29, 2011
If you are aware of the flange distance limitations you understand why you can’t have a DSLR with an RF mount, extra pins or not.I am aware of the flange distance limitations.
What I would like is the extra data pins and the higher data speeds of the RF mount.
You are correct about the mounts being the same size.
It looks like Canon and Nikon could have had IBIS this whole time but chose not to.
I would be happy with the same mount and IBIS.
Canon definitely made a conscious decision not to put IBIS into their DSLR’s. They stated they believed lens based IS was more effective, especially for long lenses, and the fact that the optical view is not stabilized with IBIS when it is with lens based IS. It appears they are consistent because even though they now make IBIS they combine that with lens based IS.