I always find it endearing that there are still Canon enthusiasts such as yourself.
This isn't 2013 anymore. What I mean by that is there are competitors now. Canon is not the company that innovates anymore, they just aren't. Other manufactures have seen this flaw in the Canon development system and have gone for the throat, and it's working. Maybe some day Canon will reclaim that throne but that will take a huge leap of innovation on there behalf, and it's just not there thing. Case and point, the 5DmkIV.
...it was a lesson for a class. What are you talking about?
Looks pretty cool. But good god the decals and branding slapped all over that thing is enough to make me not want to buy it.
I'm sure that's a typo. I'm fairly certain it's meant to read "120fps". 1200fps is Phantom range of fps.
Did you guys just spoil the movie Lion by using that image?? As someone who has yet to see the movie, I really hope not...
When a studio purchases a film such as this and then decides to release it 10 months from now, what are they doing with the film during that time? Or is it purely a waiting game, are they waiting until Oscar season to release it with hopes of a better chance at being nominated? How often do these acquisitions result in studio mandated reshoots?