I post too Much on Here!!
- Jan 29, 2011
If I was in the marketing department of Canon I’d say you get more than you want in the R6 II and 800 f11. The R6 II is bound to have a BSI sensor.A really nice and state of the art BSI sensor with 20-24MP would be perfect and could have nice iso quality and DR!
nice and robust housing,
maybe dual cars slot and
ah would buy this for 1500€ maybe!
But we need small go to lenses like the Nikkor 500 5.6
The Nikon lens is a $3,600 lens, plus your imaginary $1,500 (which is a crazy pipe dream anyway because the 7D II is $1,799) for a total of just over $5,000 or €. The R6 is $2,499 and the RF 800 is $899, for a total of $3,398. The lens is two stops slower but you get more than one stop of sensitivity back because of the sensor size increase and the f5.6 on a crop is equivalent to an f8 on a ff camera anyway.