Personally, I’m looking forward to the successor to the Fuji X100F (I’m using an X100T), rumored to be released early next year. Are there any other cameras/lenses/tripod/etc that you’re all looking forward to?
Love this question! For me, my tried and true, Canon 5D Mark II and mirrorless Sony NEX 7 (not a fan!) are holding me over. I am looking for my next Camera/Gear, but I can’t find a package that has it all. The PANASONIC LUMIX S1H can do unlimited streaming and recording, to internal, at 4K 10-bit. However, the still portion of the camera only does 24.2MP full-frame, like my camera from 5 years ago. The Sony cameras have exceptional stills and can do 4K, but they overheat after like 30-40 mins of continuous recording of video and they can’t record 4K 10bit to internal cards. Whoever comes out with the next camera that can do it all, I might have to pull the trigger and buy.
Supposedly @Joe , Canon is going to debut a 80MP+ EOS R in early 2020. Should I wait?
I’m a huge fan of the Canon G7X Mark II and I see they have a new Mark III… But I also am in love with the camera on my iPhone 11 and I tend to use that more since its lighter and more convenient. Decisions, decisions…
I’d wait unless you have a compelling reason to upgrade. That being said, I’ve got no problem spending your money
I’m always thinking about glass more than anything. Weird, I know. The RF-mount lenses from Canon are nice, but soooooo expensive.
Not weird at all. You can take glass with you when you swap bodies.
The upcoming Olympus 150-400mm looks very interesting.
Those bird will never seem me coming!!!
mmmmmmm YESSSS sounds good
Is that a Pro lens? What’s the speed?
I’m saving my pennies to get the 300mm Pro. Maybe Santa will help out a bit.
Will the new 2x work with it? (If so…holy crap: 1600 equivalent?)
I’m not expert (or even minimally skilled) at photography, but my math is fine… 2x400 = 800 ? Or do I miss something? Maybe it’s the crop factor of the camera itself? I recall that some of full frame cameras have a 2x factor?
There isn’t too much information yet. https://www.dpreview.com/news/6192364071/olympus-developing-150-400mm-f4-5-pro-lens-with-built-in-1-25x-teleconverter
I am also looking at getting the 300mm lens, but will wait until the 150-400mm lens is released so I can compare the two.
If you are referring to the Olympus Camera then it does have a 2x crop factor when compared to standard 35mm (full frame cameras).
My bad. Didn’t explain myself very well. I was referring to the Olympus 2x Teleconverter
So 400mm + 2x crop factor + 2x converter = 1600.
BUT…check this out from dpreview. the lense has a built in 1.25 converter and can be used with 2x converter bringing up to a total of 2000mm!!!
The butterflies will never see me coming. LOL.
I haven’t read what the price on that is going to be. Double what the 300mm costs?
I want to shoot birds. Lusting for the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 IV.
I’m thinking about a 300mm lens. Not “needed” though
Saving up for Canon RF lenses and waiting for a “Pro” level Canon mirrorless. I’ve used the Canon EOS R and I like it but I want some more features.
such as? Curious. Dual card slots?
I don’t think it’s completely for me, but I’m very curious about the Fujifilm X-Pro 3. I’d love to try it out.
Yes, I would love dual card slots and I not having cropped sensor for video.
Unfortunately, I don’t think the cropped sensor video is going to happen because my Canon EOS 5D mark IV uses a small segment of the sensor for video.