Une histoire de Switch ! Dans cet article, Steve Huff explique pourquoi il abandonne le Sony A7 au profit du Canon EOS R. C’est principalement pour le potentiel des objectifs. Normal : Ce qui compte c’est l’objectif comme je le dis souvent.
Extrait de son article très documenté et très intéressant… : « As a disclaimer, I personally have no interest in Eye Af (never used it in my Sony cameras), and do not need IBIS or dual card slots. If you do, this camera may not be for you but I am here to tell you that even though these features are missing, it does not hurt the photo taking process in any way for me. In fact, the photos I am taking with the Canon EOS-R are better than ever due to a number of other things that this camera does so well. »
Autre extrait : « I switched to the Canon EOS-R […] and could not be happier. This camera is a gem. Forget the noise created around its release, as it has some Mojo. The EOS-R and EF or RF lenses offers something unique. ( … ).
Extrait de son article très documenté : « I love this Canon, the color, the control, the new lenses, the ease of use, the video function, touch screen controls, and the swivel screen. The Joystick? I am enjoying this camera without it as I enjoy using my thumb to set the focus point while I shoot. It’s intuitive and natural. I do feel Canon could do a firmware update though to make this process a tad smoother. It can be a tad glitchy at times but all in all, I really enjoy this feature as it allows me to easily select my focus point, in a natural way. They probably should have just put in the joystick to please more of the camera buying audience but they didn’t. Either way this works the same way as a joystick, just takes some getting used to. »
C’est bien ce qu’il me semblait… Enfin un vrai photographe : qui a compris les même choses que moi et vraiment ça fait plaisir… Relire à ce propos : Mes 10 bonnes raisons de craquer pour le Canon EOS R.