Canon EOS R6 IBIS in action

PureClassA

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So just based on the body type variance alone, magnesium alloy vs not. RP Grip (smaller frame) then perhaps we are looking at a $1500-$1800 camera, and the magnesium R5 in the $3500-3800 range... Your opinions folks?
 
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Trey T

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This information could've been in the R6 rumor page because it's not substantial enough to have its own page.
 
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ronno

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What I am most concerned about is an increase in D.R. - hopefully they have worked that out.
And the slideshow (e.g. I don’t know where my subject is headed ) issue when shooting fast with the R.
 
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The more I re-read this post, the more I lose hope that this IS actually the “A7s” type competitor. Smaller body. No top down LCD....

... and ROUNDER??? Like, Less boxy? More curvature? Really obese? Im confused on that one a bit
 
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LensFungus

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There were rumors about a camera below the Canon EOS RP and rumors about a video oriented camera like the Sony A7S series. What direction do you think the R6 will take after seeing the video?
 

Bob Howland

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The 5Ds can be set for FF, 1.3x crop and 1.6x crop. Is there any word about whether the R5 has the same capability? Also, is the R5 actually capable of 20FPS at 45MP? That's a lot of pixels/second, more than double the 1Dx3 rate!!
 
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Jethro

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So, moving past the whingeing about CR Guy not breaking confidence with his sources (which of course he shouldn't do), the biggest news I read was that IBIS works great! I think that's well worth a thread, and keep that sort of news coming! And it sounds more and more like the R6 will be the go-forward entry-level FFM, taking over from the RP (ie hard to see a RP ii coming).
 
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What I am most concerned about is an increase in D.R. - hopefully they have worked that out.
And the slideshow (e.g. I don’t know where my subject is headed ) issue when shooting fast with the R.

They already have the best sensors in APS-c cameras(M6mk2 and 90d) and from the sounds of things the idx3 is as good as anything in the FF market. So it is quite clear that DR is not an issue(it never was really, not for anyone other than spec warriors). But yes on the EVF issue. Having said that there is not an EVF on the market that has satisfied me yet
 
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