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« on: March 19, 2019, 04:55 »
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« Reply #1 on: March 19, 2019, 05:41 »
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I love their lights but I will not be a beta tester on any camera body that fits my glass no matter the price or the specs!

(said the guy that still shoots HD with a t3i and a 7D hahahahahahahah!!!!! :P )

Jokes aside, too much technology (SIM, front camera, 4K/30p) in a small body (for me).
But 4 hrs of uninterrupted usage with one battery, is something that I really envy (if truth).

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« Reply #2 on: March 19, 2019, 08:24 »
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I love their lights but I will not be a beta tester on any camera body that fits my glass no matter the price or the specs!

(said the guy that still shoots HD with a t3i and a 7D hahahahahahahah!!!!! :P )

Jokes aside, too much technology (SIM, front camera, 4K/30p) in a small body (for me).
But 4 hrs of uninterrupted usage with one battery, is something that I really envy (if truth).

No kidding, four hours? Why do I doubt that will be true. Better have interchangeable batteries or some way to continue shooting?

A mirrorless, 4/3 sensor camera, built on Android technology, wifi, GPS. Interesting concept for people who want their instant photos to go out on the web. Uses easy to find EF lenses. Boy there are thousands of decent kit lenses out on the market, I have a half dozen on the bookshelf. (because I don't use them, they came with cameras) Yongnuo makes EF mount lenses 50mm for $50  :)

Wait, small, hand held, 4K video? So my next question will be price for a pocket camera, that I'd have to carry a pocket lens. Although some of the Canon pancake lenses could be entertaining.

Anyway, I'm not waiting to own one, just amused by reading about them. Rumored to hit the Japanese market in April for around $500 US. I sure hope the reports that it runs on Android 7.1 are old news.

This is one of the great, wait and see, kind of cameras. I think for $500 I could like many other, less tricked up, devices. Something like an EOS-M5 or a 7D or...


 

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