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    Sony a7/a7r

    Anybody else excited by these new releases?
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    Only because it means we are one step closer to the 40mp, flip screen, full frame, 12fps EOS M II release.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HDNitehawk View Post
    Only because it means we are one step closer to the 40mp, flip screen, full frame, 12fps EOS M II release.
    Now that's an announcement that would really excite me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve U View Post
    Anybody else excited by these new releases?
    I may become excited if I start hearing reviews that their AF is on par with dSLRs. Until then, it is interesting.

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve U View Post
    Now that's an announcement that would really excite me.
    Amen....put that sensor, or at least what I expect that sensor to be like, in a 5DIV and an EOS-MFF (full frame), and yep, I'd be excited. But I hope I don't hear that announcement for another year or two. I have too many other things I want to buy.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayaker72 View Post
    I may become excited if I start hearing reviews that their AF is on par with dSLRs. Until then, it is interesting.



    Amen....put that sensor, or at least what I expect that sensor to be like, in a 5DIV and an EOS-MFF (full frame), and yep, I'd be excited. But I hope I don't hear that announcement for another year or two. I have too many other things I want to buy.....
    You better start saving for the new 15 stop Singh-Ray filter Brant, it will work well on your 24-70 and those bright waterfalls.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve U View Post
    You better start saving for the new 15 stop Singh-Ray filter Brant, it will work well on your 24-70 and those bright waterfalls.
    Ha .....but I already have a 16 stop ND filter.....Baader film....I haven't tried it on waterfalls yet...

    I've just used it for a few shots of the solar eclipse and venus transit of the sun last year...


    Venus Transit 2012 -5267 by kayaker72, on Flickr
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