From: sobriquet on 19 Apr 2010 20:43
On 19 apr, 20:15, Alfred Molon <alfred_mo...(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
> In article <hqh4ie$oi...(a)news.eternal-september.org>, David J Taylor
> > What about:
> > http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/sonydscr1/
> It's not FF.
It has an exceptionally large sensor for a non-interchangeable lens
If only Canon would come up with something similar, preferably on 4 AA
and with an articulated (swivel) display.
> Alfred Molon
> Olympus E-series DSLRs and micro 4/3 forum athttp://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/MyOlympus/http://myolympus.org/photo sharing site
From: rwalker on 20 Apr 2010 21:32
On Sat, 17 Apr 2010 14:09:27 +0200, "Rutger" <geen(a)mail.nl> wrote:
>Not completely true: i like the canon 7D much moren than the 350D.
>Big is better in my hands, heavy is more stable.
I have a 350D and bought the battery grip both to be able to extend
the time between changing batteries and to give a bigger area to grip
with. Smaller is not always better. And when the day comes that it,
or a similar camera, is too heavy for me, I'm likely to be either dead
or bed-ridden so it won't matter.
From: krishnananda on 30 Apr 2010 21:31
In article <MPG.2633acfc9d8642c598c29d(a)news.supernews.com>,
Alfred Molon <alfred_molon(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
> Who would be interested in a camera with a large (FF or even bigger)
> sensor, with a high pixel count (let's say 24MP or more) and
> interchangeable lenses, but with a very compact body due to a mirrorless
> Would be great to have such a thing, but I suspect that the market for
> such a camera would be quite small, because pros usually like big and