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shute – the a7r has continuous focus peaking available during video, and of course an evf, which is very helpful.
canon's actually have better video implementation (peaking, zebras, higher throughput) once you get magic lantern (except that canons don't have evfs of course).
the new nikon sounds very interesting, i'm excited to see what it actually is. the primary difficulty with nikon (and canon to a lessor extent) is that many of the R lenses will interfere with the mirror movements unless you modify portions of the lens, camera mirror, or both. not sure if this is an issue for any of...Show more →
Thanks for letting me know sebbonh. Wen you say Canon has peaking, did you mean with alternative firmware?
I thought any lens have mirror clearance problem with Nikon, will apply to Canon as well, maybe only Sony is good at that.
Shute, sorry, I totally forget Video. I still recommend Nikon over others. but A7R will be a hard one to resist. I pre-order one, but not sure how I wan use it with my Leica R yet.
As for 80-200, the performace is very good, especially before 150mm, but if I can choose, I will get 135 zeiss or 100 APO instead of 80-200. You gain two stop speed and DOF and can crop to get the...Show more →
Zhangyue, I need the zoom for my architectural, and I don't think I can bring 70-180 everywhere everyday.
Between 80/1.4 and 100 APO, which one would you choose?
As I know for this moment there is only few "low-cost" devices for high-quality video capture
Panasonic GH2 - the old king, alternative firmware, almost any lenses
BlackMagic camera - of course uncompressed output, almost any lenses
Canon 5D3 - the new (full frame) king, alternative firmware, uncompressed output, many lenses
Regarding new sony product line here
Want video? RX10
I saw someone using GH2 shot commercial portrait which was very successful. Among these bodies, only 5D3 is full frame. Let me think...