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Apr 22, 2019 00:22 |  #3871

I have a cannon EOS 1200D not sure if this is in the right thread but here's a pic I took of a tree with pink blossom which was taken in March lovely colors.


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Apr 22, 2019 07:52 |  #3872


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Apr 22, 2019 08:08 |  #3873

N2bnfunn wrote in post #18849505 (external link)
But remember the camera has 30 megapixels so when that many megapixels you have to times that each time it writes to the buffers one will slow down. Like a SSD drive vs a Sata drive.

The R buffer can hold 47 Raw images roughly and can only shoot 5 a second Max.. and most shooters will never hit the buffer. Not sure how that could affect the shutter is my question.. ??

In the EOS R the 300mg UHS-II card will write 177.8 MB/s and the 95mg UHS-I at 73.5 MB/s Theres no question the faster card will empty the buffer faster !!

Your calming it will improve the shutter quality of sound and smoothness… I'm asking... How that could ever be possible considering the camera writes to the buffer not the card from the sensor.

Will it clear the buffer faster absolutely.. 3-4 raw images a second faster

Umm one more thing… The shutter is mechanical…. Are you shooting in silent mode now… Just a question ??

And ya… I shoot wildlife so I totally get your need for speed.


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Apr 22, 2019 08:22 |  #3874

Morning bath time :-)


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Apr 22, 2019 10:06 |  #3875

85LII much more predictable on eos R and screen open wider angles for shooting

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Apr 22, 2019 11:44 |  #3876

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You know what he is saying... He saying is that the new mirrorless Canon EOS R camera?


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Apr 22, 2019 11:55 |  #3877

Pondrader wrote in post #18849629 (external link)
The R buffer can hold 47 Raw images roughly and can only shoot 5 a second Max.. and most shooters will never hit the buffer. Not sure how that could affect the shutter is my question.. ??

In the EOS R the 300mg UHS-II card will write 177.8 MB/s and the 95mg UHS-I at 73.5 MB/s Theres no question the faster card will empty the buffer faster !!

Your calming it will improve the shutter quality of sound and smoothness… I'm asking... How that could ever be possible considering the camera writes to the buffer not the card from the sensor.

Will it clear the buffer faster absolutely.. 3-4 raw images a second faster

Umm one more thing… The shutter is mechanical…. Are you shooting in silent mode now… Just a question ??

And ya… I shoot wildlife so I totally get your need for speed.
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The only thing I can tell you is what I have experienced but trust me if you have a great camera DON'T take short cuts on a memory card.


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Apr 22, 2019 12:38 |  #3878

I see most of r using ur ef l lens happy to see a few using the 70-200 l I’m looking into the r and rp. Any one can give me some advise on how our old 24-105 ef L doing with the r. My budget will only allow me to get a r body and use the lens that I have. Or an rp with rf 24-105.


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Apr 22, 2019 13:33 |  #3879

angelIV wrote in post #18849787 (external link)
I see most of r using ur ef l lens happy to see a few using the 70-200 l I’m looking into the r and rp. Any one can give me some advise on how our old 24-105 ef L doing with the r. My budget will only allow me to get a r body and use the lens that I have. Or an rp with rf 24-105.

I've used the original 70-200 non IS, and the original 24-105 L with great results, absolutely no problems. Focus is fast and accurate.


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Apr 22, 2019 13:34 |  #3880

Since you are considering both the R and RP, I can tell you that the adapter works very well with the RP. You won't have any problems with the lenses you have already. I have the RP, but I understand that the same is true for the R and adapted lenses. Get whichever camera you like better and use the lenses you already have. You won't have any problems caused by using them with the adapter.


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Apr 22, 2019 13:34 |  #3881

Little rascal is back visiting! ;-)a


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Apr 22, 2019 13:37 |  #3882

angelIV wrote in post #18849787 (external link)
I see most of r using ur ef l lens happy to see a few using the 70-200 l I’m looking into the r and rp. Any one can give me some advise on how our old 24-105 ef L doing with the r. My budget will only allow me to get a r body and use the lens that I have. Or an rp with rf 24-105.

I already owned the original 24-105/4 L and use the control ring adapter on mine. It is my everyday "walk around" lens on my R. I want the R version, but there's just no on-going motivation to spend the $1000. The orignal works as well on my R, if not better, than on any other Canon I own. If that's not an endorsement, I'm not sure what would be.




  
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Apr 22, 2019 14:52 |  #3883

Thank you for replies can I asked one other thing is the raw file for the r can I still used my stand alone lr will it recognized it is the same raw file as the 5d mk IV


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Apr 22, 2019 16:44 |  #3884

N2bnfunn wrote in post #18849749 (external link)
The only thing I can tell you is what I have experienced but trust me if you have a great camera DON'T take short cuts on a memory card.

The last few years I have shot in excess of 180,000 per year on many different cards and cameras.. This is my second EOS R.. If the $200 card gets it done for you I say good on you. But I would not say the Sandisk Extreme pro 128g is a lesser quality card.


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Apr 22, 2019 17:52 |  #3885

angelIV wrote in post #18849787 (external link)
I see most of r using ur ef l lens happy to see a few using the 70-200 l I’m looking into the r and rp. Any one can give me some advise on how our old 24-105 ef L doing with the r. My budget will only allow me to get a r body and use the lens that I have. Or an rp with rf 24-105.

All of the EF lenses I have used on the R have performed equal or better than on an 80D DSLR. From what I have seen and read I am not alone. Part of that is because the sensor focuses so there is no MFA needed to avoid front or back focus.


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