....Word doing the Nikon forums is Nikon will drop the movie function from it's pro range...
Now asking these blokes what camera they'd recommend for the domestic market really only gets a grunt for a response. But it was interesting to find out they still like to share it between nikon and canon when they work, and for a host of reasons, which leads me to pointing out how different a lot of pro shutterbugs operate these days.
Shot ,edit, send, and someone is looking at the image in London on a site, 10 minutes after the shot was taken in Melbourne. Of course a little edit here and there, maybe a quick proof from the boss in Sydney, and presto another good earner...
The boys on the boundary... they're all waiting for the new canon to arrive soon they tell me... and the main concern is "will it be as Mac compatible as the nikon".... seems that Mac compatibility for them is a very important consideration these days, and for good reasons.
Made mention that Nikon maybe dropping there movie function....just a grunt I got...
But for a domestic camera I'm still going to have a look at the panasonic/lumix, if the tax man is kind?
For moving images I reckon there might be some cheap 2nd hand sony Z7s and Z5s on the market soon, as panasonic are challenging this market with a much cheaper new release. Great little HD movie camera the Z7, nearly broadcast quality pictures and sound.
Anyway I'll ask the boys on the boundary there thoughts about the new canon after she arrives, and they remember what model it is called.