The latter, it has a mode dial instead of that, the swivel screen is identical (resolution not confirmed).Anyone know "No top-down screen" means the R6 has fixed (no vari-angle tilt) LCD screen on the back or that referes to the LCD screen that shows setting on the top?
That one is already included, probably in an even better version than before..."Head detection" but not "eye detection". Unbelievable. Not in the market for the R6, but if I was I'd be severely disappointed.
That's what I was thinking, where HEAD is different and at times harder to do than FACE detection.That one is already included, probably in an even better version than before...
It just means that it won't loose the subject if the head is turned away, goes right back to eye-tracking if it detects it again.
They are not going backwards, they are going forwards.Hope you are right. Time will tell.
I think IBIS is a given, no way will they not include IBIS. And I think the battery will be the same as the R5, from the rumors the new Canon battery will be better and fit the existing 5DIV so it really doesn't get any better than this.True. Let's hope it'll have IBIS and a better battery. So the waiting season begins again
That would suggest the camera is using a full sensor width readout at 16:9, which at a 2:3 sensor size of 20MP, you're getting 5K ish. So instead of punching down to a 1.3x crop at 1:1 4k. You're NOT cropping, sampling from the entire sensor area and then compressing the 5K read down to 4K files with 10 bit CLog 422 etc.sorry few questions for anyone who can answer
-could someone explain oversampling 5K video for me please?
- Being C log and 10bit doesn't that mean the grading potential of the 4K and Full HD will be nearly that of Raw video?
-When they say No Raw Video mode I get confused if it means you can grab a RAW frame from the video or does it mean it does not record Raw gradable video
- Ah and do you guys think the R6 will have a joystick also?
nonetheless AMAZING specs!
Since I own a EOS 200D/SL2 that has that age, age, age, age old nine digit diamond AF I believe that Canon can do everything to downsize a camera as long as they think it sells.I think IBIS is a given, no way will they not include IBIS. ...
I have been really amazed at the latitude I've had in that 10bit 4:2:2 C-Log gamma recorded externally in ProRes 422 off the EOS R. I'm assuming this will be pretty much identical. RAW would get you even more, but you have to ask yourself "Is all that extra workflow and computing power necessary for X project?" I would suspect not in nearly every typical case, short some real high end Pro level commercial work. I can't ever see myself using that RAW recording except to screw with it and do comparisons. That being said... IF IF IF Canon were to pay the piper and give us ProRes RAW output ability with the Atomos products (Like Nikon did)... well hell, now I'm interested. Because that basically eliminates the extra workflow issuesWith respect to RAW vs 10 bit:
- RAW on the 1DX3 is 12 bit, not 10 bit. I don't think we know raw depth yet for the R5.
- RAW is not chroma subsampled AFAIK, whereas the 10 bit will likely be 422.
A 10 bit, 422, clog image should be pretty flexible when it comes to grading, but probably wouldn't be "nearly that" of a 12 bit raw image.
The 6D is the little brother to the 5D.Sooo....who still thinks this is a 6DII entry level replacement body? No way with a 20MP sensor, dual card slots, and now 5K oversampled video is this a 6D replacement. The RP mark II will be the 6D replacement.