--- Canons 1080p video quality gets spanked by every other brand out there. They NEED to fix this or they will be in trouble. And Canon, its 2017; 4K is a MUST ADD feature. Seriously, how can they not have this on most of their cameras by now?!?! I've used the 4K video on a 5D mark IV and its super lame how it is cropped to basically an APS-C size.
There is apparently a heat issue created with a FF sensor is used for 4K video capture at higher FPS, and Sony is now the subject of many of the claims of overheating, not just in the new A9 but also in other models.
So a 7DIII at 4K is not too farfetched a possibility, if the 5DIV crops down to APS-C video.
I didn't realize the light meter was missing from the mark ii. Yeah, bring that back! I can't believe they left that off.
They did not leave off the light metering scale, they simply repositioned the exposure metering scale in M mode to the right hand side of the viewfinder, while leaving the Exposure Compensation scale at the bottom of the viewfinder.
The way I see it, Canon is getting stomped by Sony and they really need to step up their game. Most of the Canon camera bodies come soooooo close to being awesome but then there is one or two features that make them "merely great" instead of awesome. I'd love to see Canon hit this one out of the ballpark.
Nikon has been losing market share to Sony, so it is Nikon getting 'stomped', particularly in their home market. But in April 2017, it was also announced that Sony has just overtaken Nikon in the full-frame interchangeable lens camera market in the U.S. Sony interchangeable lens camera and lenses are on a record sales pace this year, having grown 23 percent from the same period in 2016. But a flaw in that claim is that they are counting DOLLARS rather than UNITS. Another part of the claim is that the overall market has grown about 5% as a result of the Sony growth.