That's a lovely photograph!
Haha. I was wondering this!
Lol. As used by more professionals than any other brand
I almost dreaded surfing downwards after reading that line. But it was a good reminder of why I don't bother much anymore.
Some people always bash the top dog. Canon utterly dominate the pro field, which says more about their gear and strategy than people whining about 'banding' issues or whatever else they've got on...
Given Canon's share of the market, I don't think they have anything to worry about. Excellent cameras, excellent lenses. Holding a nice steady course.
Given Canon's share of the market, I don't think they have anything to worry about. Excellent cameras, excellent lenses.
Holding a nice steady course.
25 years! Time has flown by
Sort of, though to be honest any video off that camera would seem like a bit of an overkill. Who shoots 4K wedding videos, and what's the point without a big bag of specialist gear and lenses?...
Word was sales were very poor. A strange beast the 1Dc, never quite figured it out as a DSLR or a footage camera at that price
My 1DX's are pretty far out. 12 shots a second full frame! Woo
No, I should imagine it's because less cameras are being sold regardless of brand. Your average joe doesn't give a hoot about 'banding issues,' or whatever it is people argue about on camera...
I meant that as an innocent enough remark. If a manufacturer (of anything) releases a product with a fault, lots of subsequent uproar, and then does exactly the same thing again, people are going...
Hasn't this just happened with another Nikon camera though? So it's happened again.People are understandably angry.
Hasn't this just happened with another Nikon camera though? So it's happened again.
People are understandably angry.