same here...i rather go for 1 big improvement,... then a lesser one... to me... the Mks... are more of the "pro" range.... crop factor of a 1.3x is reali good compared to 1.6x then...again... price is problem too... if prices is good... i will definately go for a MK a the near future...! lets just kepp our fingers cross!CYRN said:Thinking of skipping this and go for 1D2 with my 10D as backup... but it seemed that the improvement on D20 is as good.
With the pace of technology advance (however minor - was hoping for a bigger jump in improvement, especially in the dynamic range department cuz the bride and groom B&W is giving my 10D headachs), I'm more inclined to keep a tighter budget and upgrade more often.
Kudos to canon for these "improvement"... keep them coming in bigger jumps... I prefer breakthroughs rather then step increment.
Every latest camera out there is good for people without a system to start with. That's what they said with the 300D, 10D, D60, D70, D30, blah.....tmc17479 said:looks good for people without a system to start with
With that, it would give you a '1' series... so far I know only '1' series except the 1Ds will have 1.3x crop factor...alvinchuan said:20D have pretty impressive specification but IMO still it cannot fully justify an immediate upgrade. Unlike 10D when was launch many D60 users quickly jump on the upgrade path. That was because 10D's improvement to D60 was a milestone especially in the AF, higher ISO and picture quality.
But for 20D, physically it looks just like a 10D body with an upgrade engine (8.3MP,9 AF system) and more features.
IMO it would only justify an immediate upgrade if 20D has a new body design with a 1.3 crop sensor and spot metering.