Conclusion: The camera itself is great but support is lacking. OS X Yosemite has been out for a few weeks now and still no software support is available, preventing you from easily getting pictures from the camera to the computer. I'd expect more from Canon.
Conclusion: Great camera overall. Great image quality and all, but why do I feel I bought very expensive Rebel ? I honestly like my 50D better! Controllers are different not in a good way by far. The new round controller instead of joystick is absolutely unnecessary. buttons on the top have less functionality. Wi-fi is great but gets in a way and not easy to set up.
Excerpt: I like several things about this camera, but its tendency to focus in front and off central objects on nearly every lens I own is off (soft). I was shooting a single central focus point with static objects in excellent conditions and the autofocus adjustments in camera could not correctly focus from time to time.
Pros: Easy To Use, Good Image Quality, High ISO Performance, Large Clear LCD, Quiet
Excerpt: Very good image quality and very low noise in high iso. The construction quality is not as good as an eos xxD and far from eos xD. If it turns in stand by and you try to take a picture, is going to delay so much, you can lost the picture. The plastic top in my camera is not firmly attached, and it was not that way, it happened with the use of 15 days. Does not worth the price.
Excerpt: I so wanted to love this camera, reminds me of my favorite old Canon Eos A2, very light easy to carry around. Some of the new features are truly groundbreaking; WiFi, electronic level, and best of all the Q button really makes using this camera fun. That said times have changed I have to accept the fact I have to embrace digital and not just be a film shooter and Canon can't cripple (moire) the video file from a digital slr and claim the camera is good enough or pay for...
Pros: Easy to navigate, Less Weight And Size
Cons: Moire Moire M O I R E, No 1080p At 60fps, Usb 2 Not Thunderbolt
Excerpt: I bought this for use primarily with video. I was hoping the moire would be manageable, and wouldn't be THAT bad. However I bought the camera, used it for awhile, and decided I needed to return it. The moire is absolutely terrible. Moire is what makes video, look like video. Canon INTENTIONALLY down samples the HD video and creates all sort of terrible looking aliasing, and moire. Also Canon is ripping us all off by not giving us 1080p60 because they could easily do it.
Excerpt: I normally don't pre-order, but went from Canon D-20 to D50 to 7D and figured I would be safe, based on history, with a dream upgrade to 1 D-6 with full frame. My new D-6 arrived today.Boo! What a disappointment, without even shooting a single thousand pics!I knew that my lonely EF lenses and prized L lens needed a new good home. That's why I "upgraded". Cheaper than a 5D or 1D, so I thought.Here's what my lenses said: "I'd rather be mounted on a Brownie.
Pros: Full frame, GPS, Wifi
Cons: Downgrade From D7, Poor Compatabilty, Weight Ergonomics Bad
Summary: Bought this for my 11 yr old son, thinking it was fully adjustable. I wasted my money, as it's too loose for his arms. It's not even elasticated. Have to look for something else. This would be fine for an adult or teenager, but I think the part holding the nano should be thicker, or silicone (it's only a thin bit of fabric). Doesn't seem very protective.