Same here. M50 is a great little companion. Just give it a 3 stop IBIS (to make a field experiment), full sensor 4k and one or two wheels for settings, maybe one around the lens base like Powershot S90! And a 64 2.0 macro lens! I would buy two bodies and the lens without a lot of hesitation!EOS-M50-II please
Same here. M50 is a great little companion. Just give it a 3 stop IBIS (to make a field experiment), full sensor 4k and one or two wheels for settings, maybe one around the lens base like Powershot S90! And a 64 2.0 macro lens! I would buy two bodies and the lens without a lot of hesitation!
Because managing 100mb large files forAt same magnification it will require no more stabilization than anything else, at greater magnification, well, obviously it will but that is what upping your game is all about. As for DLA figures, again, at same sized output they are meaningless, what difference does it make if you resolve the diffraction blur or not? None, diffraction is the same whatever sized pixel you use.
the 5DS is a polarizing camera
It fits the use of some very well
others see it as a narrow use camera
Canon sells 1DxII, 5DIV, 5Ds and - surprise - 6DII as 'professional' cameras. Right on their official Australian site. On the Canon US, those cameras also come together along with M6II, but the section is called 'advanced'.Canon have outright stated that is what they consider pro. A LOT of pros consider other cameras pro.
Canon sells 1DxII, 5DIV, 5Ds and - surprise - 6DII as 'professional' cameras. Right on their official Australian site. On the Canon US, those cameras also come together along with M6II, but the section is called 'advanced'.
Can you cite a source please? I haven't seen that quote.So hold on here...the M6II is in the SAME bucket as the 1DxII and yet, Canon supposedly won't ever sell an M series lens that violates their self-imposed (meaning marketing imposed) limit on the diameter of the lens because the M series is for beginners who want convenience?
Ive got an interesting story as to why im possibly very interested in the high mp canon eos r camera.
over the past two years i felt a bit let down by canon for not supporting the "low budged" wildlife community as much as wished for. I had really hoped for the 7d iii and when the rumors about no 7d iii and only a 90d showed up i was very disappointed.
Then i saw sony announcing and releasing the 200-600 and the a7r iv, which seemed to me like everything i had whished for in a portable wildlife setup, so i bought the camera.
But for the last two months i only had problems with the sony setup. my plan was to use my sigma 150-600 sport with canon mount on a sigma mc11 adapter until i could save enough money to buy the sony 200-600. With the adapted lens i had a big backfocus at 600mm and couldnt really use it. So i speed up my saving and quickly bough the 200-600 but i had the same backfocus on that too, so i sent it back.
I then tested my sony a7r iv with a completly different 200-600 at my dealer and again the backfocus. My dealer then exchanged it against a new a7r iv... but still the same backfocus.
I even sent in bouth of my sony a7r iv for repair but they said they cant do anything about it (only sent in the body, not the lens).
Now im visiting my dad and checked out the camera store near his city and tried out their a7r iv and 200-600 they had... again a backfocus.
I dont know why noone so far has talked about this problem. Maybe they dont pixelpeep enough.
Well ... at this point it seems to me like sony is really a huge let down for me.
So i look forward to that canon, but im afraid it probably wont focus well enough for wildlife, what do you guys think?
Can you cite a source please? I haven't seen that quote.
Huh? Would those pixels be on the mirror?
Which part? The part about the M6II being in the same bucket as the 1DX? That one can be confirmed by going to Canon USA, looking at cameras, and seeing the M6II is listed in the advanced category. (The R and RP are not.)