"One dollar is not worth one euro." With VAT it is.
You've gotta be kidding! Most people expected it to come in 2.5-3K range.
Surprisingly reasonable price. Looks like someone at Canon has learned his lesson.
Have you checked the price of Rokkor 58/1.2 recently?
If you shoot it wide open, then number of blades is irrelevant. If you close it down, there are countless legacy options in 35-50 range that'll probably blow it away at lower price while providing...
It's a little surprise riskinhos is so cagey about his origins. He is from Portugal, one of the poorest, most corrupt and underdeveloped countries in Western Europe.
@mosc - would you mind reducing your list to cameras equipped with working AF?
Please, enlighten us - what country do you hail from, you brave pugilist you.
Just higher prices
I am trying to understand whether you are being sarcastic or simply insane, but I can't.
What he says in his review may apply only to perfectly exposed and processed high end stock shot with pro glass. I scanned a ton of old family films with V700 and it equally easily resolves grain...
Is it principal to be such a man of principle?
Yeah, that was a BS answer.
I think he says that sensor quality does not matter until you put it into an AF-equipped camera.
Sadly, all that Nikon adapter gives is wireless control capability. No file transfer afair.
"We have a solution with the optional <...> WFT-E7A" which costs half of 7D2.
Please, make them big and expensive!
What, no monthly fee?
Why do you need 4k? To upload it to youtube in 480?