Just finished reading this article. They still haven't addressed the elephant in the room that is their antiquated semiconductor manufacturing process. I mean they can say they want:
"With unlimited resolution, unlimited sensitivity and unlimited dynamic range you can take photos of anything that exists on this earth. That's our ultimate goal."
However this is not going to be possible with their current manufacturing process. I think this interview points to the fears that most of us still photographers are concerned with, which is that Canon wishes to be a more jack-of-all-trades/video manufacturers instead of working with stills.
Will be interesting to see what Canon does. Given their commercial printing business and such they can be slow to adapt and be financially solid. The question is how long can they remain stagnant before they are forced to step up?
Yeah buttttt....their one of the few companies making money...its always the bottom line. They must think they are going in the right direction if the books are in the black.
Surely, it would be nice to see some newer sensors, but the dual pixel design is kinda neat. http://www.usa.canon.com …mer/standard_display/daf/
Despite the advert blurb, it is obviously intended for movies rather than live view stills. Again, Canon is leaning towards the video side of DSLR ing.
ps: They can make it all right with me if they release the mkii version of the 100-400L isbefore I buy a 70-300L is. Oh, and the price shouldn't go up