But few people will ever buy the Panasonic vs. hundreds of thousands that will buy the Canon.
After about 5 inches, size is just large, doesn't matter if a lens is 12 inches or 16 inches being the smaller one is of little consequence.
I am sure the Canon 7D Mark II will have a much larger and sustaining impact on the photographic world than the LX100!
You mean like they do in Israel?
If she had defended the children with a semi-automatic, she would have been spared injury.
A quick search on Wikpedia lists approximately 33 massacres by knives. And John Lenons death has nothing to do with a massacre and the person that shot him wanted him dead I am sure he would have...
...because stabbing him to death would have been so much better? It certainly would have been just as easy.
Planned and drawn before hand, by Paul
@Richard-Thank for your reply, I'll take your word for it then, as I can't see myself ever having the opportunity to try the Leica out myself, and the speed of the Canon M2 will also not come to...
@Richard, utilizing which AF mode on the EOS M, did you ever try the Touch Shutter? Which lens on the M, as they take different times to focus. Have you tried the EF-M 11-22?
The EOS M also has Touch Shutter, wherein you touch the where at on the screen you want focus and the camera focuses and instantly captures the scene, this make the focusing even faster and...
With the year old firmware the auto focus speed is equal to that of the Nex cameras (prior to the A6000) according to those that use both.
DPR praises Leica for doing something that Canon did with the EOS M two years ago, except that everything the Leica does the Canon does better!
Couldn't you buy an APSC camera for quite a bit less and buy a 50 1.4, or even the 80 1.8 as FF lenses mount on APSC bodies.
@Rooru S that is because you have not been to the EOS M Forum, I've been reading it since I bought my M about one year ago and there have been too many posts about a lack of lenses, but the ones...
It looks exactly like every other Canon EF-M lens!
I read everyday on people who are very happy using EF and EF-S mount lenses on their M's and the versatility that this allows them, apparently they found that they can also use the EF-M lenses...
Or they bought the excellent adapter and opened themselves up to the full use of the Canon catalog of over 100 EF and EF-s lenses of a variety unmatched by any other sytem!
Or they bought the excellent adapter and opened themselves up to the full use of the Canon catalog of over 100 EF and EF-s lenses of a variety unmatched by any other system!