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Oct 23, 2014 22:42 |  #31

David Arbogast wrote in post #17230162 (external link)
Do you think the new sensor will be released in the successor to the a7R? I hope so.

The initial release could be A-mount or E-mount, but, sooner or later, it will find its way into both mounts, as well as a Nikon body.

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Oct 28, 2014 06:10 as a reply to  @ post 17235472 |  #32

I understand that because of the higher resolution of this new sensor, it will have a new body and series of lenses for it. Initially, two new lenses will be released.

Just kidding...I hope :confused::D

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Oct 28, 2014 09:19 |  #33

DavidWatts wrote in post #17166598 (external link)
Unlikely. The 7DmkII took 5 years to be released. It has only been 2.3 years since the mkIII debut.

There will be a new cam, but this seems way too early.

I do not think that Canon can afford to stick to their own release cycle. You have to consider market dynamics. A lot of people started switching systems when Nikon released D810 and Canon will most probably notice. They will be extremely eager to respond. You see, D800 was a great camera with great DR and resolution. The AF was not as good as on 5D MKIII. Nikon released a new camera, like a mid step and improved the AF dramatically...not only this, they also improved the sensor.

It tells me that Canon will have to respond very quickly with a high MP camera with an improved DR and low ISO. It might not be called 5D MKIV could be 3D to help their bottom line. (external link) || (external link) || (external link)

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