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Lee Martin

March 21, 2013, 7:14 pm

If you thought the Eos M was a sales flop, stand back and watch this dive. The likes of Sony and Fuji must be so pleased that they are being presented with no competition whatsoever. I am a Canon user and fan, and have 2 SLR bodies and assorted lenses, including several "L",but I have been utterly disappointed by their latest offerings. Sony will launch a full frame NEX within months I would suggest ,that will take their current lenses, and have shown what their research and development team are capable of, with the brilliant RX1. Fuji already have the X Pro 1. Canon have produced utter mediocrity yet again. For gods sake Canon, look long and hard at your competitors, and produce something with some flare and style, this I another bland box. Pick up a Fuji X100, look at the size of the market for something with thought having gone into it. Something like the Fuji X Pro that will take existing lenses. These last few Canon releases will be half price by Christmas 2013, buy if you must with caution.


March 23, 2013, 7:16 am

Canon 100D gives the DSLR lovers the chance to shoot decent pictures with a smaller body. That's great as long as the large size lenses are not needed. That's where the M4/3 wins the battle.


March 23, 2013, 11:12 am

Hm, I think this will be a success, as it gives beginners or people needing smaller bodies the features of a dslr in the size of a mirrorless. I find it evolutionary.

louie zamora

April 27, 2013, 10:47 am

I just saw this camera in a store here in Seoul...nope I won't be buying this small gadget...too small for my hand..I will stick with my Canon 600D

Stan Groom

May 25, 2013, 11:30 pm

Have you used a NEX as a substitute for an SLR ? To me it just doesn't handle comfortably unless you have got dwarf's hands they are so difficult to handle , i know having bought one it soon went back for another SLR, the specs are excellent and the shots are good but the handling is abysmal.If they are so good why do you never see the magazine photographers pictures like AP being credited with them. They invariably use a SLR.

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