I would be curious to see that! I don't think I've seen a test yet of whether the R5 overheats less when using an external recorder.
Generally speaking external recorders reduce heat generation in camera and enable longer shoots. At this point the degree to which an external recorder would help with an R5 or an R6 is unknown. Some of the processing and file I/O gets moved off to the recorder which has to help. But there's still sensor readout and because the video is oversampled, some significant DIGIC processing to prepare the signal sent over HDMI. (Which is limited to 4k 60p, so on the R5 if you want 8k you have to deal with the thermal issues.)
I believe the Ninja V is, or will shortly be, compatible. I'm looking forward to seeing someone test this.
So far, I feel like I am running a gauntlet and am being beaten to death by reviews of R5 video capabilities. For the sake of logic and symmetry won't somebody please review this camera for a photographer, not a videographer.
me too. After watching it. I immediately searched through my streaming content. LolWell the one thing it proved to me is that content is king, I'd have enjoyed that dialogue filmed in 1080, just want to go and watch that film again now! ( It did look real good as well though )
The 6D had a better sensor than the 5D3 in 2013. This cripple hammer nonsense is nothing but emotion from fools who want everything for nothing and compare spec sheets, not how a system comes together in the field. For many, Canon has always had reliable and impressive SYSTEMS and ignored being the hottest spec sheet. Gets the job done without being loud and mouthy about it.That’s why I’ve been shooting with Sony for 6 years. They stick their latest tech even in their cheaper cameras. Look at the Zv1 or a6400 almost same video and AF capabilities as the bigger brothers.
No worry at all. So called reviews so far are like blind men examining an elephant in the room and expressing their own opinions! I'd rather wait for the camera to rent it and see how it fits to my shooting subjects and style.So far, I feel like I am running a gauntlet and am being beaten to death by reviews of R5 video capabilities. For the sake of logic and symmetry won't somebody please review this camera for a photographer, not a videographer.
Some people know how to do what it takes. Hey, simple, give me a fan.
Me too, but I dont think they will need to put in a fan for 4K 50p 10bit. If a fan has to kick in between takes etc I don’t think it will matter that much tho.Personally, I cannot wait for the moment when Canon sells an RF C100 with a fan so we can finally get over this wannabe cinematographer stuff.