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

 
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Jul 17, 2020 15:01 |  #406

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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?


1sec / 0.019 ms = 52.63 (put this in the denominator with one in the numerator) = 1/53 sec


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Jul 17, 2020 15:15 |  #407

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1sec / 0.019 ms = 52.63 (put this in the denominator with one in the numerator) = 1/53 sec

I knew that would be easy. I couldn’t find it on the net. Thanks


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Jul 17, 2020 17:06 as a reply to  @ post 19094731 |  #408

Just looks like a video made of many photo frames put together with a shutter sound dubbed in.... remember this is a professional video created by Canon.


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Jul 17, 2020 17:33 |  #409

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Just looks like a video made of many photo frames put together with a shutter sound dubbed in.... remember this is a professional video created by Canon.

I'm aware of that so not convinced yet. I said I hope :-) No real review yet.


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Jul 17, 2020 22:06 |  #410

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well yesterday was Thursday and it was R6 day

Saturday might just be R5 day

never know about Monday


You will be Sony or Nikon by Monday...




  
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Jul 17, 2020 22:45 |  #411

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You will be Sony or Nikon by Monday...


Ha

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Tried Nikons D5...came very very close to the switch

Never been a fan of Sony. A9 would be the only one

but way way way to invested in canon to ever switch


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Jul 17, 2020 22:50 |  #412

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Ha

Canon since 1974

Tried Nikons D5...came very very close to the switch

Never been a fan of Sony. A9 would be the only one

but way way way to invested in canon to ever switch


Good to hear mate, I will be getting the R5... you would not believe how long I have waited hahaha, seriously you wouldn't.




  
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Jul 18, 2020 07:24 |  #413

A camera manufacturer would never tell you to choose one over the other.


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Jul 18, 2020 07:28 |  #414

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A camera manufacturer would never tell you to choose one over the other.

Especially not a lower priced one.


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Jul 18, 2020 07:39 |  #415

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I'll probably get stomped for saying this, but the R6 with the ISO, DR, and AF performance makes the R6 pretty much everything I would have wanted in a 7D3, but mirrorless FF.

New to this thread now, but this struck a chord with me. I have a 7Dc and have been waiting forever to upgrade. This crept up on me this week and I agree, it has all I need in a 7D3, EXCEPT the crop factor. I hope to see someone use it with an EF adapter with a 1.4TC to see how it may perform with my 500/4

Now, 27 pages to go............... :-)


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Jul 18, 2020 08:06 |  #416

iazybandit wrote in post #19095007 (external link)
A camera manufacturer would never tell you to choose one over the other.

Especially when they can subliminally suggest that you need both.




  
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Jul 18, 2020 08:14 |  #417

h14nha wrote in post #19095010 (external link)
New to this thread now, but this struck a chord with me. I have a 7Dc and have been waiting forever to upgrade. This crept up on me this week and I agree, it has all I need in a 7D3, EXCEPT the crop factor. I hope to see someone use it with an EF adapter with a 1.4TC to see how it may perform with my 500/4

Now, 27 pages to go............... :-)

I can tell you this. I have an R and 100-400 II. I have shot using a 2X and it worked fine. AF is better on mirrorless than DSLR's. I had a 400 DO II and when I used the 2X and both my 5D4 or 7D2 the AF would struggle in Servo trying track moving subjects. I had to keep pumping the BBF to try and get it to focus. The R just snapped in.

Considering the R5 and 6 AF will be better I think performance of your rig will be very good. I'm on other forums with people who have that equipment say it will be fine. Real world tests are the best but I thought I'd give some preliminary info.


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Jul 18, 2020 08:19 |  #418

A few of my examples. R, 100-400 II and 2X. I used Topaz Sharpen AI - Stabilize mode on the first shot just to tighten it up a bit.

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Jul 18, 2020 12:55 as a reply to  @ digital paradise's post |  #419

Thanks for the inputs, I have been waiting to replace my ageing 5Dc to R6. I hope it works with my 500mm f4L 1 with 1.4x tc iii.




  
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Jul 18, 2020 12:58 |  #420

A word to the wise - this could I suppose go in any thread, but since people here will be buying soon, I presume, I'll do it here. Check the Serial Number on your receipt versus the SN on the camera. I mention this because I just checked mine, a year after buying, and B&H had a serial number on the receipt that didn't match the camera. Just didn't occur to me that this was something I needed to do when I bought it. I checked recently because the camera went off to the repair shop with a copy of the receipt. Fortunately it didn't turn into an issue (thanks Canon), but it would be good to get that squared away if it does happen.


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