Just got my Credo 60 from Leaf.
Maybe some people are interested......First impressions :
Raw files between 50-67MB in size.
Screen is megabright in the studio and I'm sure outside it performs great (this image was shot on brightness 20%, that's about 100% on the old back).
And I had to use a bright lamp to make sure that you could read Leaf.
Zooming in on a 60MP file is 2 seconds before it's sharp so that's really fast, dragging around in the file is very iPhone-ish, quick and nice.
Zooming and scrolling with the touch bars on the bottom and sides works flawless.
Battery is now inside which is a big plus, loads while camera is connected to the computer.
Outputs USB3 and Firewire 800 (USB3 not yet operational).
Image quality as expected from Leaf, great.
Takes same batteries as grip, Canon BP alternative, higher current than the old batteries 2900 vs 2350.
I already have alternative BP's for the grip and they are cheap and run for a full day in the grip.
Very quick on the card and tethered shooting, really noticeable difference between the AptusII7 and Credo60 so ideal for my line of work, much quicker but still nice to get the model into her "groove".
No more crop lines, full frame.
Menu is clear and easy to navigate.Con
At the moment, IIQ files are not yet supported by Adobe, will take a few days/weeks before the update is there, but it will be supported, Credo80 is already so the 60 and 40 will follow in the next release. So for now it's capture one.
Tomorrow first workshop with the new Leaf Credo60, can't wait to see what it can really do.
Review now online at http://www.frankdoorhof.com/site/2012/07/leaf-credo-first-impressions/