I'll wait for the more in depth reviews before judgement but on price alone this isn't the camera I was looking for. Half that, maybe...
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It's a very nice looking camera, great for video, but no 4K?
The adapter means any Canon shooter can just pick up the body..
This camera probably will probably be the biggest turning point for mirror-less cameras...
now what is Nikon going to do about it?
It looks nice, however it has so much competition I can't see many people picking it over a fuji or sony or mft.
Back in 2012 this would have been great success as the support from the ef lens lineup would have smoothed the transition, especially in the telephoto ranges. However the other systems have pretty complete lens lineups now so I think Canon have missed the boat with that advantage. Its only high speed teles that the other systems don't compete, but this is hardly eos m territory.
09-15-2016, 09:41 AM
(This post was last modified: 09-15-2016, 09:44 AM by Brightcolours.)
You need 4k screens, a 4k audience, 4k talent in shooting/framing, 4k capable editing hardware.... 4k is not exactly for home videos.
A weird hype in consumer and amateur land.