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Jul 30, 2020 11:17 |  #1

Since folks are receiving there R5 today, please post your images, and preliminary thoughts.


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Jul 30, 2020 13:52 |  #2

R5 + R24-70/2.8 Hand held one handed to test IS.

Initial impressions (moving from 5DIII):
High ISO is outstanding
Focus lock on eyes and even on normal objects is really good. Once it grabs on it holds on.
Shutter is very quiet even at 12 fps.
On screen controls very simple to use.
IBIS is awesome.
Legacy batteries work well.
A little small for my hands.


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Jul 30, 2020 14:15 |  #3

A couple more. Lots of detail in the dark shadows. All are jpgs with standard settings. Working on RAWs now.

After 1 hour :rolleyes: I couldn't be happier.....:-)


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Jul 30, 2020 14:42 |  #4

Following are some heavy crops done via the Adobe DNG converter. Tone adjustment and a little noise reduction applied. I've noticed that with this method there is a lot of color noise in the file....I understand that this may be a result of using the DNG approach.....can others confirm this?


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Jul 30, 2020 14:45 |  #5

Last two. Notice color noise in maple leaves and the background truck.


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Jul 30, 2020 15:08 |  #6

DPP 4.12.60 is handling the noise better.....


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Jul 30, 2020 15:29 |  #7

I figured images would just start going in the "Unite" thread as they seem to with most cameras.

Do the files work in Lightroom? Mine is arriving tomorrow.


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Jul 30, 2020 16:29 |  #8

Thanks for contributing downhillonwater

Using 12 fps was it electronic or mechanical ?

Any blackout


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Jul 30, 2020 16:36 as a reply to  @ Bianchi's post |  #9

12 fps. Electronic first curtain... which is default.

Also of note. I shot about 300 frames using about 1/2 of a 10 year old legacy battery charge.


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Jul 30, 2020 18:46 |  #10

Here are a couple from tonight, not much time with it. Both in crop mode. Boy are you in for a treat. I am very impressed so far. Limited time with rain tomorrow :(

Taken with the 600mm + 2x handheld in the 1.6x crop mode. I had to use DPP for the raw files and did my normal processing in PS.

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Jul 30, 2020 18:47 |  #11

randy98mtu wrote in post #19101438 (external link)
I figured images would just start going in the "Unite" thread as they seem to with most cameras.

Do the files work in Lightroom? Mine is arriving tomorrow.

Lightroom does not work unless you use DNG. DPP works if you download the updated version.


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Jul 30, 2020 19:12 |  #12

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Here are a couple from tonight, not much time with it. Both in crop mode. Boy are you in for a treat. I am very impressed so far. Limited time with rain tomorrow :(

Taken with the 600mm + 2x handheld in the 1.6x crop mode. I had to use DPP for the raw files and did my normal processing in PS.

ISO 1600 1/160th

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Great images, and wow, the amount of detail is incredible, even with that 2x extender!

Did you use animal eye focus to get these shots?

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Jul 30, 2020 19:19 |  #13

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Great images, and wow, the amount of detail is incredible, even with that 2x extender!

Did you use animal eye focus to get these shots?

Kind regards, Wim

Thank you, yes I did use AEF


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Jul 30, 2020 19:45 |  #14

robamy wrote in post #19101541 (external link)
Here are a couple from tonight, not much time with it. Both in crop mode. Boy are you in for a treat. I am very impressed so far. Limited time with rain tomorrow :(

Taken with the 600mm + 2x handheld in the 1.6x crop mode. I had to use DPP for the raw files and did my normal processing in PS.

ISO 1600 1/160th

QUOTED IMAGE
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/2jrq​GwP  (external link) Summer Tanager (Canon R5) (external link) by A & R Photography (external link), on Flickr

ISO 2000 1/250th

QUOTED IMAGE
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/2jrq​GXU  (external link) Cottontail (Canon R5) (external link) by A & R Photography (external link), on Flickr

Here is one full 45MP same @ 1200mm ISO 3200 1/160

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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/2jrq​Wgc  (external link) Catbird (Canon R5) (external link) by A & R Photography (external link), on Flickr

Thanks Rob great shooting, are you getting blackout shooting burst's, if so in Electronic or Mechanical shutter ?

How does it compare to the 1DXIII ?


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Jul 30, 2020 21:59 |  #15

Regarding blackout / EVF. There is no blackout regardless of shutter mode. The EVF does not show continuous motion, but I would call it a smooth stop motion video. At 120 fps setting for EVF it becomes very smooth stop motion. I tried following several moving objects in low light with all three shutter modes and found it no problem at all. Hope this helps.


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