For video its ok if yourr doing a clip here and there but not really..
How is that? I'd love to hear your reasoning.
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Just wonder when will Canon release 5DSR2
well I wonder if Canon should have released the 5Dr as a medium format camera.
Introducing the Still Features of the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
Introducing the Video Features of the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV by Brent Ramsey
Includes some low light examples.
frankchn wrote in post #18106657
No, it is a 1.33-crop horizontally (5472 / 4096) and a 1.7-crop vertically (3648 / 2160), using the same pixel-level read out in the 5D Mark IV sensor. The crop is simply less severe than the 5D4's crop because of the lower density sensor.
The only real technological advantage of the 1DX Mark II over the 5D Mark IV in video mode (aside from the different crop due to the difference in sensor density) is the ability to do 4Kp60.
it could also be that the readout of the physical sensor may need a more intense processor which the 1Dxii has. Just speculating, since the sony A7rii vs A7sii has a similar issue. The full frame mode of the A7rii has pixel binning/skipping, which makes noise performance no better than crop mode with full readout. While you may not get the noise properties of full frame, you still get DOF and FOV aspect in FF mode. It needs to be noted that binning is used and it reduces quality a small amount. Still better than 1080 by quite a margin.
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All these thoughts give me nightmares
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Post edited over 3 years ago by Talley.
The 80D has exposure compensation during auto ISO in manual mode = 5D4 will for sure have it.
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For anyone thinking of drinking the Canon 5D mark iv “cool aide”…
I found this very interesting myself.https://www.facebook.com/jeffascoughpictures/?fref=nf
Keith-EOS R 7D MarkII EOS REBEL T2i 18-55,55-250.85 1/8. 100-400L. 10-22 f/3.5-4.5. 24-105mm f/4L IS,70-200 II,RF 24-105
Pretty simple really. Buy it if you like it, want it and can afford it, don't buy it if you don't like what it offers. I will be buying one and I won't be complaining about it.
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sploo wrote in post #18106067
If Wex in the UK will honour their 5D3 trade in price once the 5D4 ships (I've preordered, and they say their quotes are valid for 30 days) then I should get about £450 less than I paid for it, about 3 years ago. I guess that'll take some the pain off the astronomical UK price for the 5D4.
I keep looking at the price and for £1500 more you get the all singing all dancing MK11
Looks great but here in €uro land it will cost 4k Only big issue I see is shooting 30MP files at 7fps without a CFast card, completely lost the plot not having a CFast slot IMO, anoth marketing descision I suppose? As much as I would like to buy it I cannot for the moment.