This is a dying subject. The new Sony one piece SD cards are the future (not breakdown prone CFast). 32, 64 & 128GD, 300mb/s read, 299 mb/s write V90 SDXC II. Can be dropped up 5 metres without failure!
Never had a single SD card failure, cannot say the same for CF & CFast.
"Sony delivers *the very best they possibly can* to their customers, on their own volition and because they know, theyhave to in order to win us over.
They are basically the same.Has any one done a DR test between the 5D4 and the Eos R yet? I'm kind of wondering how close the Eos R's sensor is to the 5D4.
Has any one done a DR test between the 5D4 and the Eos R yet? I'm kind of wondering how close the Eos R's sensor is to the 5D4.
Read my post two above yours - the DRs have been measured and are within experimental error the same.I don’t know about DR (I’d think similar if not the same?) but in another thread I posted findings on comparisons I made processing R files vs. 5D4 files. To briefly summarize, it *appears* from the few files I tested that the R files take sharpening better with less impact on overall image quality, potentially resulting in a cleaner final product particularly if you edit images to be sharp and detailed. However due to the limited test conditions I’m not fully confident in these findings. The flip side is that this would be partially negated by the R files needing more sharpening by default than the 5D4 ones do since the R output is (even) softer, go figure. But if one doesn’t mind shooting RAW and putting in the extra time in post, something to potentially keep in mind...
I would be surprised if sharpening has noticeably different effects on the RAW files,.
Yes, it appears sharper.The 5DIV image looks sharper.
I wonder what makes the LR image sharper (on both cameras)...
Other than that, this would support my experience with the 5D4 images being a bit crisper OOC.