Steady on. Dalsa can't yet reliably make a 33Mp sensor without an f-ing line down the middle.
Frankly another 2mm this way or that on the sensor dimension won't change anything. I will be happy with an A75 and a clean sensor, which luckily I do have.
I think the lead post is bull in any case. Canon would alreay be shipping sharper lenses if it was easy to make them at the right price point.
Love my A75, but for fast moving editorial style work I also stick with the 1DsII, there is no way an MF camera can compete with the speed of operation of the Canon, nor need it to have value.
This is all he said she said type of stuff and true or not it's really not relevent. Editorial is way diferent than commercial and even when it's not, it's the talent not the capture that matters, though better capture can make a better image.
Most of us use what we use as an elective, not a mandatory from a client, so when we go to work we use what we are comfortable with.
This week I shot 4000 files with the P-30 and about a thousand with a 1ds2, some of them side by side and except in very extreme low light or a couple of instances where I needed someone running in sequence, there was absolutley no ease or benifit it using the Canon vs. the P-30 and I can promise you the diffference in the files is very much worth the price difference between the two systems.
In fact unless someone shows me images side by side or unless I test something myself nothing about a camera is relevent to me.
Still, this is just rumor and once again even if true really adds nothing to the discussion of why we anyone should chose a certain camera or solution.
ISO, color, software, file depth, format, lenses and workflow all play into the reasons, but just because anyone decides to shoot with one camera or the other should not be a deciding factor.
Try it for yourself.