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Nov 25, 2020 19:34 |  #1921

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At amazon, one of the picture shows some peeling layers on both sides. What are those?

Sorry but I have no idea what you're referring to. The only photo that shows peeling layers on both sides says "protective film."



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Nov 25, 2020 19:41 |  #1922

SYS wrote in post #19157584 (external link)
Sorry but I have no idea what you're referring to. The only photo that shows peeling layers on both sides says "protective film."

Yes. That is what I am referring to.


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Nov 25, 2020 20:49 |  #1923

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Yes. That is what I am referring to.

Your protective screen for your screen needs protective film.. and so on...  :p


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Nov 25, 2020 21:00 |  #1924

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Your protective screen for your screen needs protective film.. and so on...  :p

Yes.

There is already a protective screen over the actual screen. It comes off with a bit of heat.


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Nov 26, 2020 05:11 |  #1925

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On my EOS R cameras, EF lens IS does turn off when both the EVF and rear screen Live View are off. That is to say, when there is no operational through-the-lens viewing occurring, including when I'm viewing a menu. Is that not the same on the R5?


Good question actually ......Im not 100% sure . WHat I do know is the IS runs ( when IS switch settings are on1 or 2) when camera is turned on and viewinder is on . FYI I only have evf running and the LCD is mostly closed so cant speak for LCD as I cant see what its doing. Although Im assuming if its flipped back on itself it turns itself off. . I must check that next time however as I said in a previous post Ive resorted to using no 3 setting on IS switch on lens . I never used it previously ( IS setting no3) when I had it on my 5DSR because it was too hard to get a good steady look through the lens when I had the 400mm with the 1.4 or 2x extender on . But now with IBIS partially steadying the lens view for me before the shot putting lens IS setting on 3 now doesnt make it jumpy anymore on my 400mm with extender on .....and I get the benefit of also stopping the damn lens IS from running continuously :).

Check out this long thread on the EF IS continuous running. Some interesting stuff in it especially concerns by big glass owners of what continuous IS will do to the lens IS moving around slightly bigger glass sections than say a 17-35 f4 with IS would do https://www.dpreview.c​om …12902#forum-post-64274252 (external link)

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Nov 26, 2020 06:28 |  #1926

R5 available at Canon direct store. Add it to the cart to show in stock.

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Nov 26, 2020 07:46 |  #1927

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R5 available at Canon direct store. Add it to the cart to show in stock. (Courtesy cpricewatch)

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Nov 26, 2020 09:32 |  #1928

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i actually turned the IS switch to 3 and fixed it that way...Cheers

I use IS 3 on the 600 and the 100-400II to alleviate the IS on all the time issue with the R5. I suggest to anyone with the R5, if the lens has that option. I've always liked IS 3 because I don't get that weird movement in the VF.


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Nov 26, 2020 09:33 |  #1929

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Okay, that now makes sense. The one I used has no adhesive of any kind.


The kind like you put on your smartphones, right? They should work and not leave any film. I would not use any thing that has adhesive, but then again, I've never used anything on my screens. The bottom line is at some point we are going to have to move over to the RF lenses to get from under this.


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Nov 26, 2020 10:11 |  #1930

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The kind like you put on your smartphones, right? They should work and not leave any film. I would not use any thing that has adhesive, but then again, I've never used anything on my screens. The bottom line is at some point we are going to have to move over to the RF lenses to get from under this.

Yes, it's adhered by electrostatic absorption, not adhesive of any kind. I've never used any screen protectors with my cameras in the past, but my recent experience with the screen protector on my smartphone taught me the value of it. I was on one of my bird photography outings when I decided to check a text message on my smartphone. With my camera gear on my right hand and a smartphone on my left hand while walking on a rough terrain was a big mistake. I didn't see a rock in front of me, and I fell hard and fast. My instinct was to protect my camera gear and fell on my left hand, smashing my phone real good. The entire screen was cracked so bad that I thought for sure the phone was gone. When I came home and peeled the protective film away, I was really surprised that the phone screen itself was like new without a slightest scratch of any kind.

Accidents can happen at any point and when you least expect it. I don't know whether this particular screen protector ("9H Hardness Tempered Glass") on my R5 is as strong and tough as the one on my smartphone, but at least the R5 LCD screens aren't bare naked and exposed to scratches and worse.

EDIT: it turns out that the specs on the tempered glass for the R5 is the same as the one that protected my smartphone. Both are 0.3mm 9H Hardness Tempered Glass.



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Nov 26, 2020 13:00 |  #1931

My local camera store, Kenmore Camera, is showing the R5, R5 Kit, R6, R6 L Kit, and R6 STM Kit as all being in stock.


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Nov 26, 2020 20:25 |  #1933

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Nov 26, 2020 22:19 |  #1934

LJ3Jim wrote in post #19157943 (external link)
My local camera store, Kenmore Camera, is showing the R5, R5 Kit, R6, R6 L Kit, and R6 STM Kit as all being in stock.

I can vouch for Kenmore Camera as well. They do web orders www.kenmorecamera.com (external link) free shipping on orders over $29


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Nov 27, 2020 01:37 |  #1935

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