As the megapixel race continues, there’s something the average consumer doesn’t realise. Most of them are walking around with 6MP lenses on their 24MP DSLRs.
On the EOSHD forum a second image, supposibly from the A7R II has been pointed out.
This one has full EXIF data and shows the camera model as A7R II, resolution 59MP and the lens used in this case is the 55mm F1.8 FE mount.
Feast your eyes on this 9K image from Zeiss. Sony Alpha Rumors makes a good case for it being from the updated A7R II.
I’d say it has a good chance of being real and here’s why…
Numerous times Canon have touted the XC10 as a perfect drone camera.
Let’s see if they are right.
The Sony RX10 – $999. OLED EVF. Check. Raw stills, check. F2.8 (constant) Zeiss zoom. Check. The Canon XC10 – $2500 – none of the above.
Update: here’s a quick test from me confirming Dual Pixel CMOS AF works during raw recording. Check the Vimeo description for more details / workflow.
The convenience of Dual Pixel CMOS AF is now coming to raw video, with Magic Lantern now available for all 70D owners.
Previously the software only worked on a very select few 70D bodies and not the earlier serial numbers, which had a slightly different firmware revision.
The EOS M3 features Canon’s new flagship 24MP APS-C (Super 35mm) sensor, the flag bearer for future Canon APS-C DSLRs such as the 760D.
Now released in Europe and Asia but not in the US, does the M3 rage against the dying of the light or go quietly into the night?
[/pullquote] Panasonic will release the new anamorphic firmware for the GH4 on Wednesday, April 22nd. With this update the Panasonic GH4 will have more vertical resolution than the Arri Alexa Studio for anamorphic.