.......when they were first released and paid top whack when they were in short supply, then you will no doubt be pleased to see that they are over £1000 cheaper now, at least here in the UK anyway.
When they were launched at a ridiculous 50% price hike over it's predecessor, I said then that it would be a matter of time before the price would fall, and that it is always the beta testers who get the untested kit at full whack.
So it would seem, once again. A few firmware upgrades, a few issues with the AF system reported.
I have NO personal hands on experience of this camera so won't comment on it's performance. It is still overpriced even after the price drops and so I will not be looking to spend money on this body.
So to those who paid full whack, that's a 300f4L or 180 f3.5L macro you could have had.
Interesting that if you compare and contrast with the Nikon D3S, the differential is much less and that it appears to have 'plateau'd' out now.