I am talking about full-frame.
Indeed. Coming from Sony, this statement is utter mockery! Many an A-mount user would have loved to use their A-mount lenses forever, now they cannot even be sure if there ever will be a new camera...
The statement "we want to make lenses that can be used forever" sounds a bit funny coming from Sony, who is just in the process of abandoning the A-mount and therefore preventing a huge number of...
which other 70-200 2.8 lens has a length (not focal length) of only 200mm?
you are not a business genius
So why can the D500 record 30 minutes then?
I have proposed such a feature years ago.
Canon. They'll still had plenty of 22MP sensors.
You need a mirrorless for that.
“First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.” Gandhi
@androole, it will matter to you if you find out your XQD card is broken and the copies taken from there onto the SD card are worthless.
Or just wait a bit longer... they'll habe to discount it big time after a short while.
We'll only see this panel in high-end cameras for a while.
Why would you want the poor salesperson to unbox the A7rii twice? Start with the D750, move to the A7rii and you will stick with it anyway.
Not if it's a DSLR.
HowaboutRAW, you seem to miss quite a few things. See above.
You are waiting on something that has already been delivered. Not really Sony's fault.Firmware update v2.00 which brings lossless RAW to the A7ii::...
You are waiting on something that has already been delivered. Not really Sony's fault.
Firmware update v2.00 which brings lossless RAW to the A7ii::...
@tkbslc: except that focal length changes have no linear effect on FOV or DOF, so you can't assume a 50% change at 135mm will matter as much as at 85mm
So collectors will buy it.