As a matter of interest, have you tried the use of the back screen as a touchpad to move the focus point? I find that alternative to be as good as, if not better, than the joystick. On the list of "please Canon", I would add a lock on the mode dial similar to the one on 5Ds, etc.. I use the camera almost exclusively in FV mode and it is annoying that the mode dial can be accidentally moved.Eos Rn, dual cards, + joystick.
Yes, considering that the RP is a entry level FF, there are no entry level zoom lenses to go with it. However, it works great with existing EF and EF-s lenses as well as manual lenses from film cameras. so there are more potential lenses that can be haad for very little $$.We all talks about r bodies. That's OK. I can afford me an r line up. But don't y think rf lenses are way to expensive. I mean I can't follow the tempo.
True... An 80D is a “big save up” for me though so it’ll be a good few years before I can afford anything R
So far EOS R line is sinking so bad. looks like nothing could save it. Maybe Canon has a plan to keep DSLR afloat for much longer. Beware, Nokia and Motorola, Canon can't wait to join you in the afterlife.
Above anything else, I would like to see an R series body with IBIS. It is probably coming, but sooner would be better than later.
Like you as a mere mortal I have to save for the next toy. I still have a mere 7D but it is doing just fine thank you.
I enjoy watching and dreaming though and I am also saving.
But so far I have not seen a substantial jump in bodies that would demonstrably enhance my ability to take the types of photos I want to.
For me IBIS that works with any old lens back to Canon rangefinder lenses. Excellent low light performance with no noise at high ISOs.
Finally a greater DR would be the definite pull the trigger and pull the savings out but it would need to be 2-3 stops superior to any other camera currently being made or made in the next year.