Like it or not, Canon is one of the most dominant forces in the camera industry, and their bodies and lenses can be found in the hands of countless professionals and hobbyists. Of course, that does not mean the company is infallible, however. This interesting video discusses the good and bad of Canon cameras and what they can do to be even better in the future.
Coming to you from DPReview TV, this great video discusses the good and bad aspects of the Canon system. For me, the best part is definitely the lenses. Even when Sony was blazing ahead of other companies in the early days of full frame mirrorless, I could never completely make the switch simply because I loved my lenses so much. And now, my workhorse lens is the spectacular RF 28-70mm f/2 L USM, which is like three or four primes rolled into one convenient lens. The one exception is their new supertelephoto primes, which I have discussed here, which are arguably quite overpriced, especially in comparison to Nikon’s new NIKKOR Z 800mm f/6.3 VR S. Still, they have my favorite lens ecosystem, and as long as that’s the case, that’ll guide my purchasing decisions. Check out the video above for more.