Depends if you have hardware decoding of H.265. As a video editor, unless time is an issue, I’d always rather work with proxies anyway.My only concern is on the video side. I haven't done any work using HEVC/H.265. Correct me if I'm wrong, but the only camera in recent memory I can recall using the codec was the Samsung NX1. How does this codec compare compared to MotionJPEG of the 5D4? Will it require transcoding to ProRes or DnX or the use of proxies for efficient video editing? Can most computers handle it well?
He was mentioning how the 5D2 (I think?) launched around that priceBut not in relation to the R5!!
5D2 launched at $2700. I specifically heard $4,000 too as he was going through the history of groundbreaking EOS releases and thought it was odd he called out that price point. As if it was an Easter egg on the R5 priceHe was mentioning how the 5D2 (I think?) launched around that price
someone said a few posts up about the IBIS in the camera, he also said in the live stream it was an electronic system in the R5