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Nov 18, 2020 14:22 |  #1426

This guys was running away from me, hence the less than ideal rear end perspective.

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Nov 18, 2020 21:29 |  #1428

Firmware update

https://www.usa.canon.​com …subtab=download​s-firmware (external link)


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Nov 19, 2020 10:00 |  #1429

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Nov 19, 2020 10:23 |  #1430

Wasn't easy to spot this one.


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Nov 19, 2020 11:16 |  #1431

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Wasn't easy to spot this one.


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Nov 19, 2020 11:19 |  #1432

Thanks for the firmware tip and link. I couldn't immediately see the reasons for the update, but there is some info here (external link).


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Nov 19, 2020 11:25 |  #1433

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Wow, amazing.

Thanks. That was with the 100-500 and 1.4. 700mm and about a 50% crop. I hope Pekka adds the 100-500 in the gear soup bowl soon.


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Thanks for the firmware tip and link. I couldn't immediately see the reasons for the update, but there is some info here (external link).

I'm looking forward to trying to seeing the frame insertion. Still hoping for independent IS/IBIS and e shutter frame rate control. These seem to be two big requests. Maybe next time. For me independent IS/IBIS contol is #1.


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Nov 19, 2020 11:39 |  #1435

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I'm looking forward to trying to seeing the frame insertion. Still hoping for independent IS/IBIS and e shutter frame rate control. These seem to be two big requests. Maybe next time. For me independent IS/IBIS contol is #1.

Why is that important? (I am still a novice on these IS modes.)


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Nov 19, 2020 11:49 |  #1436

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Why is that important? (I am still a novice on these IS modes.)

If you use a lens with IS and turn it on IBIS automatically turns on. You can't run the IS on the lens only. You get great stabilization for static objects but I and others have noticed it is a little wonky when panning. You should be using mode 2 or 3 when panning but this happens in all modes. Someone at Fred Miranda said Canon is aware and FW will come but I can't verify it. Some of the top birders are requesting to have the option to disable IBIS and just use the lens IS.


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Nov 19, 2020 12:03 |  #1437

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If you use a lens with IS and turn it on IBIS automatically turns on. You can't run the IS on the lens only. You get great stabilization for static objects but I and others have noticed it is a little wonky when panning. You should be using mode 2 or 3 when panning but this happens in all modes. Someone at Fred Miranda said Canon is aware and FW will come but I can't verify it. Some of the top birders are requesting to have the option to disable IBIS and just use the lens IS.

I'm confused by this. When you mount a lens with IS, the option to turn IBIS on/off in the menu disappears. Are you saying that, in spite of this option disappearing, IBIS still runs? How do you know this?



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Nov 19, 2020 12:31 |  #1438

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I'm confused by this. When you mount a lens with IS, the option to turn IBIS on/off in the menu disappears. Are you saying that, in spite of this option disappearing, IBIS still runs? How do you know this?

Yes, IBIS is running and is working in conjunction with the lens IS. Turning off the lens IS will also disable IBIS. Its an all or nothing setup currently.

I'm on my phone, but its in the Canon documentation, I'll see if I can dig it up


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Nov 19, 2020 12:36 |  #1439

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I'm confused by this. When you mount a lens with IS, the option to turn IBIS on/off in the menu disappears. Are you saying that, in spite of this option disappearing, IBIS still runs? How do you know this?

Page 251 of the ma manual. In order to get the camera IS to work you need to engage the lens IS.



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Yes, IBIS is running and is working in conjunction with the lens IS. Turning off the lens IS will also disable IBIS. Its an all or nothing setup currently.

I'm on my phone, but its in the Canon documentation, I'll see if I can dig it up

I hate the new R5 manual style. No index this time and I rarely get the correct hit when I use the search field. I am developing my own index as I go.


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