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Jul 21, 2020 21:45 |  #2161

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Mine can handle them but still...

You can get these gray from online dealers for just under 1400 US. Amazing price. Very tempting. Even though I really don't need one :)

I do have some lenses that would work well with it though. What is the AF like?

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Better than 5D3, but not as good as 5D4. Plus no touch screen like 5D4. And dynamic range not as good as 5D4 either. I’m glad I bought mine 2 years ago and use it often, but ultimately I’m waiting for the 5D5, if it ever happens. If not, then I’ll purchase another 5D4 before it goes out of production. I just like optical viewfinders better than electronic.




  
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Jul 22, 2020 10:16 |  #2162

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Better than 5D3, but not as good as 5D4. Plus no touch screen like 5D4. And dynamic range not as good as 5D4 either. I’m glad I bought mine 2 years ago and use it often, but ultimately I’m waiting for the 5D5, if it ever happens. If not, then I’ll purchase another 5D4 before it goes out of production. I just like optical viewfinders better than electronic.

Word is the 5D line is dead. Rumor mill.

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I like OVF too. Wearing glasses I sometimes struggle with EVF. I have had two EVF cameras, a sony A6000 and an Eos R. I had difficulties with both although frankly I liked the A6000 quite a bit. The EOS-R had great IQ but I struggled with the AF.

Of course the 7DII is hard with glasses- the exposure meter off to the right is a PITA and almost impossible to see with glasses. The 5DIV OVF works much better for me.


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Jul 22, 2020 10:18 |  #2163

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Word is the 5D line is dead. Rumor mill.

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Yes, I’ve seen that. Time will tell.




  
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Jul 22, 2020 14:41 |  #2164

In real life use, has anyone seen earthshattering image detail difference between the two models; or is the difference minimal even when pixel peeping? I would like to buy one and the price difference is about $600-$700 in Canada.


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Jul 27, 2020 02:29 as a reply to  @ AcademicNomad's post |  #2165

In the end I ended up buying a 5Ds R, just to know that íf there's a difference I would get the maximum quality available.

Admittedly it really comes down to the skills of the user whether you will be able to extract the real difference in quality from the camera.

And, above all, the price difference is way less here in Europe.

I know I'd be perfectly happy with the 5Ds (I've tried one before) it's just that I saw a 5Ds R close to where I live for a really good price at a time that was right for me.


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Aug 09, 2020 13:25 |  #2168

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Aug 09, 2020 16:09 |  #2169

When compared to other Canon DSLRs, does this camera take slightly longer to display images on the LCD? I just took it out for my first test run and it was definitely about a 1/4th-1/2 second slower. Is this normal?

I know 5DIV used to display this behaviour (with certain lenses for example 85 1.4 L) until I turned off the built in CA and Lens Aberration controls off. I turned both oif these options off in the 5DsR but the behaviour didn't change. Is it because of the high MP count?


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Aug 09, 2020 16:24 |  #2170

AcademicNomad wrote in post #19106355 (external link)
When compared to other Canon DSLRs, does this camera take slightly longer to display images on the LCD? I just took it out for my first test run and it was definitely about a 1/4th-1/2 second slower. Is this normal?

I know 5DIV used to display this behaviour (with certain lenses for example 85 1.4 L) until I turned off the built in CA and Lens Aberration controls off. I turned both oif these options off in the 5DsR but the behaviour didn't change. Is it because of the high MP count?

I have not noticed this delay with the 5DSR, and I shoot with the 5D4 as well. Are you using an SD Card, Compact Flash, or both?




  
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Aug 09, 2020 17:19 as a reply to  @ fotoi's post |  #2171

Compact flash - recent card - fast speed ; I do not remember if I was in high fps mode or not. Could that be the issue?

If by any chance you have a 35mm 1.4 II, please try it with the 5D IV with lens aberration and CA correction enabled. If you get a delay in image display, that's what I am referring to


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Aug 09, 2020 17:36 |  #2172

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Compact flash - recent card - fast speed ; I do not remember if I was in high fps mode or not. Could that be the issue?

If by any chance you have a 35mm 1.4 II, please try it with the 5D IV with lens aberration and CA correction enabled. If you get a delay in image display, that's what I am referring to

No, I don’t own the 35mm 1.4ii. My fastest primes are the 50mm 1.2 and 85mm 1.2.




  
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Aug 09, 2020 18:59 |  #2173

AcademicNomad wrote in post #19106355 (external link)
When compared to other Canon DSLRs, does this camera take slightly longer to display images on the LCD? I just took it out for my first test run and it was definitely about a 1/4th-1/2 second slower. Is this normal?

I know 5DIV used to display this behaviour (with certain lenses for example 85 1.4 L) until I turned off the built in CA and Lens Aberration controls off. I turned both oif these options off in the 5DsR but the behaviour didn't change. Is it because of the high MP count?

I had that exact issue. My cards were a lot slower than yours sound, but I've seen a lot of people talk about this issue. I sadly don't know any way around it.


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Aug 09, 2020 20:35 |  #2174

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I had that exact issue. My cards were a lot slower than yours sound, but I've seen a lot of people talk about this issue. I sadly don't know any way around it.

Ok so I am not imagining things. I think it has to do with the high MP count. Although I have used Nikon D800 series cameras (all the way up to D850) and never saw this kind of delay.


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Aug 09, 2020 21:02 |  #2175

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Ok so I am not imagining things. I think it has to do with the high MP count. Although I have used Nikon D800 series cameras (all the way up to D850) and never saw this kind of delay.

It's the megapixel count for sure. I've never used any other high resolution cameras so I can't speak for them, but I haven't heard anyone complain about this issue with any camera other than the 5DS.


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