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Feb 13, 2019 16:10 |  #1

Full Specs for the new EOS RP:

https://www.usa.canon.​com …cameras/mirrorl​ess/eos-rp (external link)

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Feb 13, 2019 16:30 |  #2

Anybody been able to decipher the crop factor (if any) in 4k?




  
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Feb 13, 2019 17:03 |  #3

Would it be 1.625? Divide 6240 by 3840? I was thinking that is how it was calculated.

Sensor FF = 6240×4160
4k Video = 4K (16:9) 3840 x 2160


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Feb 13, 2019 17:09 as a reply to  @ timd35's post |  #4

No. That's not the way it works. :)




  
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Feb 13, 2019 17:11 |  #5

1.77 = sqrt(area1 / area2)

Is that correct? ;)


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Feb 13, 2019 17:17 |  #6

We can't know until we know what part of the sensor they are activating to capture 4k, right?

All we know is the sensor size and that 4k is always 2160. :)

They could use the entire sensor and scale it internally to 2160 and there would be no "crop factor." This is what Sony does.

It takes a full sensor width read to have no crop factor at all, in other words.




  
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Feb 13, 2019 18:40 |  #7

I found these links that talks about the crop factor.

https://www.the-digital-picture.com …News-Post.aspx?News=28625 (external link)

https://www.eoshd.com …k-8bit-but-no-c-log-1299/ (external link)


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Feb 13, 2019 18:54 |  #8

WilsonFlyer wrote in post #18810503 (external link)
We can't know until we know what part of the sensor they are activating to capture 4k, right?

All we know is the sensor size and that 4k is always 2160. :)

They could use the entire sensor and scale it internally to 2160 and there would be no "crop factor." This is what Sony does.

It takes a full sensor width read to have no crop factor at all, in other words.

They didn't take the whole sensor on the EOSR (or the 5D4 or 6D2) and resized it down, there is no way this camera is going to do that, especially when it is by far the cheapest FF Canon will now offer. Canon is turning off the other pixels and recording just with the 4K 16:9 area. This is the bargain bin FF.

So this appears it will use the SL2 battery, won't that be fun? :) Nice little pair of cameras, the SL2 and EOS RP, would make an interesting kit.


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Feb 13, 2019 19:18 as a reply to  @ TeamSpeed's post |  #9

I didn't say they would or they wouldn't after the 16:9 crop. I simply asked if anybody had read or deciphered the answer yet from the propaganda. :)

I'm sort of hoping they don't crop it. It will give us R owners ammunition to fight with. :)




  
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Feb 13, 2019 21:56 |  #10

Good luck to Canon. From https://www.canonrumor​s.com …ds/2019/02/eosr​pspecs.pdf (external link) :

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Feb 13, 2019 22:24 |  #11


How many other $1300 cameras, let alone $1300 FF cameras have more? Oh and that is a $1300 with an optional extended grip and ef adapter. Yeah, I think they will sell a few of these.


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Feb 13, 2019 22:27 |  #12

This thing will honestly sell like crazy! Many people find FF bodies too expensive but this will be something many more can afford.


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Feb 13, 2019 22:37 |  #13




The shooting 1/8 stop part sounds interesting. I can't wait to see more about this camera.

I feel like with the size and weight, I could carry this with the RF 35mm everywhere!


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Feb 13, 2019 23:50 |  #14

For anyone in Aus looking to get this body, Camera Pro have the best preorder price so far

https://www.camerapro.​com.au …rp-mirrorless-camera.html (external link)


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Feb 14, 2019 00:04 |  #15

Will this also be the most hated camera on the internet by spec sheet nerds, video guys and non users? Hmmmm willing to bet on it..:-


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