I don't know about the 1080 specs but from what I've read it does not have clean external out which is F'ing ridiculous in this day and age.
Honestly, I can forgive the lack of 4K because let's face it: if Canon added 4K to the 6D II it would be the same hampered 4K in the 5D IV (Massive crop, bloated file format) and that would piss people off just as much as not having 4K at all so whatever.
What upsets me about this camera is the lack of a headphone jack and no Clean HDMI out!
If someone had the 80D because of its still and video capabilities and wanted to upgrade to full frame, why would they buy this?
Why would they spend more money to lose a very important feature??
And no clean HDMI out?? WTF!? Canon gives this thing a UHS-1 card slot but doesn't give it the ability to out put a clean signal via HDMI, forcing users to deal with over heating memory cards and record limits?
What camera are they protecting by leaving those two things out?
I've avoided going to Sony because I've been a Canon shooter since I've learned how to use a DSLR but I am a hybrid shooter and I do as much video as stills and I need something that can do both on a somewhat professional level.
Sony may have their problems but at least they're trying to provide that. Canon just seems really disinterested in the concept.
Ok, hang on a second... How did you take that picture of the horse jumping over you and not die??
Has anyone else noticed that on B&H it lists all of Canon's EOS Cinema cameras as "non-returnable"? Is that a common thing? At first I took it as a sign that maybe Canon is about to phase out all of these cameras for something new but if this is a normal thing with EOS cameras could someone let me know?
This is amazeballs. If I had the cash I'd get two of these right now.
That makes things MUCH better. Although I am still not sure its worth it over a GH4. I guess we will have to wait until sample footage comes out. If this thing can get decent low light footage then it might be enough to change my mind.