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Mar 15, 2019 08:25 |  #3466

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Not a Canon EOS R owner yet, but I'm seriously about getting one. Will my old 430EX flashes (the original 430EX) work with the R?

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Mar 15, 2019 08:33 as a reply to  @ Chet's post |  #3467

Thanks for the quick answer.


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Mar 15, 2019 09:15 as a reply to  @ Chet's post |  #3468

Hey Chet . . . I'd love to see a bigger version of your avitar. Got one handy? Looks interesting . . . like right up my alley . . .


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Mar 15, 2019 10:02 |  #3469

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Mar 15, 2019 10:27 as a reply to  @ Coderunner's post |  #3470

Wow Coderunner, those are amazing!!!


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Mar 15, 2019 11:20 |  #3471

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Wow Coderunner, those are amazing!!!

Thanks. It's an amazing camera


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Mar 15, 2019 13:36 |  #3472

fi20100 wrote in post #18829090 (external link)
Not a Canon EOS R owner yet, but I'm seriously thinking about getting one. Will my old 430EX flashes (the original 430EX) work with the R?

My 430EX ii flash work fine, and I also used Phottix Odin triggers and receivers. As long as the Phottix firmware is updated, the all work good together, as do my Flashpoint 360s, etc.. Including HHS


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Mar 15, 2019 14:11 |  #3473

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My 430EX ii flash work fine, and I also used Phottix Odin triggers and receivers. As long as the Phottix firmware is updated, the all work good together, as do my Flashpoint 360s, etc.. Including HHS

Super! Thanks.


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Mar 15, 2019 14:18 |  #3474

Coderunner wrote in post #18829197 (external link)
Thanks. It's an amazing camera

Files cleaner than the X MKII ?


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Mar 15, 2019 14:40 |  #3475

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Files cleaner than the X MKII ?

No, not even as clean as the 5D4. It has line-pattern noise apparently from the faster readout circuitry.


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Mar 15, 2019 16:54 as a reply to  @ LonelyBoy's post |  #3476

I’ve never had the dreaded line noise... and I deliver iso12800 files to clients.

I know it’s possible, but not quite sure what you have to do to get it? I process pretty hard...

I might be alone, but I prefer the colour of the R to the MKiv.

And the quality of the 5D mkiv has been argued to be better than the 1Dxii.

This is a personal preference thing and really requires hands on time to decide for yourself.

All the aforementioned cameras have extremely high quality files.


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Mar 15, 2019 18:04 |  #3477

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I’ve never had the dreaded line noise... and I deliver iso12800 files to clients.

I know it’s possible, but not quite sure what you have to do to get it? I process pretty hard...

I might be alone, but I prefer the colour of the R to the MKiv.

And the quality of the 5D mkiv has been argued to be better than the 1Dxii.

This is a personal preference thing and really requires hands on time to decide for yourself.

All the aforementioned cameras have extremely high quality files.

It's not "dreaded"; the files are definitely cleaner than my 5D3's files. The lines do appear, though, if you do push a ridiculous amount. Generally when someone asks about "clean" files they're referring to this sort of thing, and the R is decidedly not "cleaner". That doesn't mean it's not very good.


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Mar 15, 2019 20:44 as a reply to  @ LonelyBoy's post |  #3478

I feel as confident as I can that I could not have pushed this file as hard had it been taken on the 5DIV.

I feel confident that if this file had been a 5DIV file and I pushed it like I did, it would not have been as “clean” ...Generally speaking, of course.

My point, as I’ve said before, is that the EOS R may have gained banding noise patterns at a lower level of slider abuse, but what it gained in return, is far more colour fidelity while abusing the colour sliders. For many photographers, cleaner colours that don’t fall apart are “generally” a benchmark for “clean” files.



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Mar 15, 2019 22:43 |  #3479

LonelyBoy wrote in post #18829383 (external link)
It's not "dreaded"; the files are definitely cleaner than my 5D3's files. The lines do appear, though, if you do push a ridiculous amount. Generally when someone asks about "clean" files they're referring to this sort of thing, and the R is decidedly not "cleaner". That doesn't mean it's not very good.

Exactly what I was asking... Although I do find the the R "as" clean as my 5d mkiv files.


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Mar 16, 2019 09:42 |  #3480

I have a landscape shot that i took with the EOS R and my 5D4, same settings and on a tripod. Tonight or tomorrow when I have some time I will do the same edit and post them side by side to see how they compare


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