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Mar 23, 2019 22:31 |  #76

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Mar 25, 2019 08:25 |  #77

Has anyone tried EF-S lenses on the Canon RP? What were the results?




  
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Mar 25, 2019 08:38 |  #78

M424canon wrote in post #18834725 (external link)
Has anyone tried EF-S lenses on the Canon RP? What were the results?

Yes, the EF-S 24 pancake. Seems to work perfectly. Just FYI, it does reduce the megapixel count, which is to be expected with the EF-S lenses on a full-frame mount.


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Mar 26, 2019 02:29 |  #80

So I went to my local camera store today to just physically hold an RP in my hands..... maybe a bad or good idea because not I am apart of the RP club lol. Still cant believe how small and light this thing is. I'm coming from a 5dc so this camera is way faster than what I am used to. As soon as I can figure out how to process these cr3 files I will post some pics. Oh and one cool thing about buying local rather than a big name store is these guys didn't have a regular ef-rf adapter so they let me borrow the adapter with the extra control ring behind it until mine comes in. Also said if I fell in love with this one we can work out the difference in price. So I find it frustrating at times because I have it set as my ISO and the way I hold my camera is by the lens and often find myself turning the ring on accident. Its my first day so I will see how it works for me. Anyone else have this problem?



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Mar 26, 2019 02:49 as a reply to  @ post 18833666 |  #81

Nice to see birds in action pictures from RP.
What's your thoughts on the AF speed for BIF pics?
I know in your previous post you have mentioned screen black out while shooting burst mode.




  
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Mar 26, 2019 02:52 |  #82

Been a long time since I have used DPP. Its come a long ways!


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Mar 26, 2019 03:27 |  #83

Got the RP a few weeks ago and still playing around with the settings. Used my 85mm 1.8 with these two photo. One was converted to back and white the other color jpeg. Really like the auto focus compared to my 6D and like the compactness of the body. But ended up using the grip as it feels better with it on.


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Mar 26, 2019 08:41 |  #84

motofotog wrote in post #18835208 (external link)
Nice to see birds in action pictures from RP.
What's your thoughts on the AF speed for BIF pics?
I know in your previous post you have mentioned screen black out while shooting burst mode.


The AF speed is somewhat slow for BIF. If that is your PRIMARY interest, you might want to consider a camera with a faster burst rate.

However, if you really want the particular combination of features this camera offers (e.g., small size, full frame, DIGIC 8 processor, focus bracketing [the only Canon camera that has this feature at the moment], focus peaking, good AF, ability to use current lenses [EF & EF-S] in addition to the new RF lenses, the ability to use a control ring with drop-in filters, no need to micro adjust lenses, etc.), know that you can still also get BIF even with the slow burst rate and blacking out, but your keeper rate may not be as high as with a camera that is specifically geared more toward sports and wildlife shooters.

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Mar 26, 2019 08:48 |  #85

guyzer09 wrote in post #18835201 (external link)
So I went to my local camera store today to just physically hold an RP in my hands..... maybe a bad or good idea because not I am apart of the RP club lol. Still cant believe how small and light this thing is. I'm coming from a 5dc so this camera is way faster than what I am used to. As soon as I can figure out how to process these cr3 files I will post some pics. Oh and one cool thing about buying local rather than a big name store is these guys didn't have a regular ef-rf adapter so they let me borrow the adapter with the extra control ring behind it until mine comes in. Also said if I fell in love with this one we can work out the difference in price. So I find it frustrating at times because I have it set as my ISO and the way I hold my camera is by the lens and often find myself turning the ring on accident. Its my first day so I will see how it works for me. Anyone else have this problem?

Congratulations on your new camera! In order to process the CR3 files, you need to download the latest version of Digital Photo Professional 4 from the Canon website. I can't speak to the control ring issue, because I just have the "plain" adapter that came with the camera, and I don't have any RF lenses. At some point I would like to get one of the other adapters (&/or an RF lens or two), but that will be at some point in the future. It may be that you can make the tension on the ring a little tighter so you don't turn the ring by accident, like you can do on some lenses; perhaps someone who has that adapter can answer that question.


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Mar 28, 2019 08:01 |  #86


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Mar 30, 2019 08:58 |  #89

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