I'm hoping Canon will finally feel the pressure and give us something next year or soon.AncasterRFD wrote: ↑Dec 6th, 2017 2:22 pmA7RIII vs Canon 5DIV
Pros: Smaller system (with non-GM native Sony glass), dual cards now and bigger battery than A7RII, MC11 now gives eyeAF with Canon lenses. Mainly, Sony sensor and wider AF coverage, more points. EVF.
Cons: Questionable AF speed across Canon glass, reliability in pro situations, dual body users cannot easily put flashes and triggers from Canon to Sony on the job, more muscle memory required to change settings between different bodies, more editing work (same body = same RAWs), portrait users prefer Canon skin tones.
Essentially a pro working with multiple bodies should use one system and native lenses which is a costly switch. Differences in gear between the two do not improve skills in composition, posing, lighting, editing (remove posing for non-portraits), worth it?
That said, might be good for a single body user, non-demanding situations. And you won’t know til you try!
Seems inexcusable that only option for landscape photographers is the 5D4 at the moment.
Canon L Glass has proven itself, I just wish the bodies would be kept up to par.