Well, then there is nothing to complain about then. In your view they gave you a better camera for the same price, and threw in the video for free so who cares how well it works? I will point out though that the only thing different about the R5 from the R6 in terms of actual components is the VF, the CFE slot, a couple connectors and a slightly better chassis. Yet the R6 is $1k less. IMO, one of the things they are counting on to justify the higher price is the video capabilities.$3,499 in 2012 when the 5D Mark III came out in 2012 is worth $3,949 in 2020 dollars
$3,499 in 2016 when the 5D Mark IV was rolled out in 2016 is worth $3,777 in 2020 dollars.
The average of the two is $3,863 which is $36 less than the introductory price of the R5.
Tell me again how the price went up $400 when adjusted for inflation?