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R5 v/s R6- here they are. which for you and why ?

 
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Jul 16, 2020 21:29 |  #391

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Jul 16, 2020 23:17 |  #392

Minute 12:10. Readout speed is 19ms which equates to 1/52s according to another site. He said no rolling shutter and better noise and DR.

We don't have the R5 yet. Sony A9 II is 6ms. Apparently the Canon R is 80ms.


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Jul 17, 2020 01:32 |  #393

digital paradise wrote in post #19094458 (external link)
Minute 12:10. Readout speed is 19ms which equates to 1/52s according to another site. He said no rolling shutter and better noise and DR.

We don't have the R5 yet. Sony A9 II is 6ms. Apparently the Canon R is 80ms.

I read somewhere the R5 is 32ms. Rolling shower of the R6 is really good.


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Jul 17, 2020 03:39 |  #394

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"We believe the EOS R6 offers the best in class performance, especially for enthusiast photographers and video content creators.

The EOS R6 can record up to the 29 minutes 59 second recording limit in the 5.1K oversampled 4K 60p mode at (23°C / 73°F) before encountering any heat related issues within the camera and up to 40 minutes of 4K at 30p.

If you need to record for longer periods of time and don’t want to encounter any major heat issues, the R6 is probably a better option than the R5"


Its definitely the R6 for me- My thoughts are that canon has crammed in so much into this R5 that there is a possibility that the way I shoot..leaving the camera on most of the day, chimping to inspect shots and things of this nature that wedding photographers do.....Im willing to give up the MPs' for a body that is likely to have less issues.....The ISO on this R6 looks insanely good...I have plenty of reach to get pixels on target...The R6 is probably the 1Dx3 sensor and the detail on Robamys wildlife shots on his 1Dx3 are insanely good.....with reach...I dont know why wildlife photographers would opt for a 45mp sensor....I printed several 16x24 prints for my family room with the 1Dx2 sensor....detail in eagles is phenominal....Cant see it getting any better unless you print on acrylic and even then.....I just dont see it getting any better.....commercial printers are no where near capabilities of camera sensors......and you dont need a 45mp sensor to put atta boy images on the net.

my guess is that the majority of photographers....90% do not shoot professionally and do not need the horsepower that the R5 is offering....And 90% of the professional photographers that do shoot for a living dont want to deal with a 45MP sensor....very few instances for me that I would want that much sensor....maybe fine art portraits

I dont shoot video so I doubt any overheat issues would affect me other than having this R5 out in the sun all day and leaving it on most of the day for my workflow......not gonna take that chance

R6 all the way for me

Read here for overheat statement...i think its been posted

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Mate I think that is the 40 billionth time you have said you prefer the R6... :lol: Please tell us what you really prefer...  :p




  
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Jul 17, 2020 04:25 as a reply to  @ WilsonFlyer's post |  #395

Here's something I did not know...you can increase the EVFs fps to 120 (60fps is the default).


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Jul 17, 2020 07:56 |  #397

Charlie wrote in post #19094481 (external link)
I read somewhere the R5 is 32ms. Rolling shower of the R6 is really good.

Who are the math experts here. On another site I was told 19ms which is 0.019 seconds or 1/52. How do you get to the 1/52? What would 32ms be?


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Jul 17, 2020 08:16 |  #398

digital paradise wrote in post #19094580 (external link)
Who are the math experts here. On another site I was told 19ms which is 0.019 seconds or 1/52. How do you get to the 1/52? What would 32ms be?

If it was 20ms, or 0.02 seconds it's easy: 50 x 0.02 = 1.
So 0.02 seconds is 1/50 second.

Sony A9, which rarely shows any rolling shutter, is 1/160 sec or 0.00625 seconds (6.25 ms).

32ms is 1/31 second.

19ms: 1/0.019 = 52.632 or 1/52 second.


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Jul 17, 2020 08:24 |  #399

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If it was 20ms, or 0.02 seconds it's easy: 50 x 0.02 = 1.
So 0.02 seconds is 1/50 second.

Sony A9, which rarely shows any rolling shutter, is 1/160 sec or 0.00625 seconds (6.25 ms).

32ms is 1/31 second.

19ms: 1/0.019 = 52.632 or 1/52 second.

Thanks. They are saying no roiling shutter at 19ms so that may be the edge. We will see what the actual numbers are for the R5.


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Jul 17, 2020 08:30 |  #400

There are concerns about blackout while burst shooting. As R and RP owners know shooting stills is fine but as soon as you pan you get the slide show effect. The R6 has an option to set EVF to 120 fps. The default is 60. Apparently this is supposed to make a difference which is encouraging. I imagine the R5 will have this option as well.


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Jul 17, 2020 11:27 |  #401

digital paradise wrote in post #19094598 (external link)
There are concerns about blackout while burst shooting. As R and RP owners know shooting stills is fine but as soon as you pan you get the slide show effect. The R6 has an option to set EVF to 120 fps. The default is 60. Apparently this is supposed to make a difference which is encouraging. I imagine the R5 will have this option as well.

Yes, the R5 has this option. That's what Canon says in their specs.

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Jul 17, 2020 12:15 |  #402

WA Tiger wrote in post #19094504 (external link)
Mate I think that is the 40 billionth time you have said you prefer the R6... :lol: Please tell us what you really prefer...  :p


well yesterday was Thursday and it was R6 day

Saturday might just be R5 day


never know about Monday


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Jul 17, 2020 14:07 |  #403

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Yes, the R5 has this option. That's what Canon says in their specs.

Kind regards, Wim

Well that just may be the answer. Hope it works better than the R's High Speed Display option. :-)


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Jul 17, 2020 14:08 |  #404

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well yesterday was Thursday and it was R6 day

Saturday might just be R5 day

never know about Monday

I keep waffling a little too but I'm pretty sure it will be the 5R for the additional cropping.


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Jul 17, 2020 14:24 |  #405

Don't know if this is real mechanical shutter but I sure hope so.

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