It’s probably more relevant to discuss the “needs” of the manufacturer, i.e what is missing from their range that would be in sufficiently high demand to make it a profitable line.There's clearly a need for an "EOS R Mk II".
the R6 sucks for hybrid vs the R. No custom video modes. Maybe that is a way of canon telling us the R6 isnt for video shooters also it has less MP. So it isnt really a replacement.
I finally gave up on canon releasing a high megapixel body and upgraded my Fujifilm GFX 50s to a GFX 100s. If canon ever releases a high megapixel body I’ll still be interested though. I’ve already got the RF lenses to go with it. The 100s is incredible for landscape photography although limited in lens versatility…
i am just saying for real life usability it was a pain in the ass to use. The quality was fine. Canon always finds a way to take something off that makes a camera use when compared to a current or older camera.At least it shoots real 4K not 2.8K.
Maybe it is a high MP. One with a low pass filter and one with out. Then again it could be a replacement for the RP and the second one has the IR filter removed for astro.
it is very good for video it is just heavily nerfed if you do both photo and video during events after being used to the mark 4, R, and R5. I also got a heat warning shooting cropped 1080 for some reason. i dont know what the deal with that was.As an R6 user I can testify it's a stills body. No mystery here.
I’ve stopped doing portrait orientated panoramic stitching with the 5DS. It’s just a pain in the butt. The RP is ideal for this though.However, 45 is a lot. Too much for me, mostly. I'm trying to think of what that would do when I'm merging 5-10 images in Ps. My computer would turn into a frying pan...
I don’t have the sales figures to prove it, but my impression is that ultra high MP cameras are a niche market, and not hugely important in terms of sales. They exist primarily to demonstrate the manufacturer’s capability and technical prowess.Let's Hope the High Resolution
100 Megapixel Body
( R5s / RS )
Will Finally be Launched
After Seven Years of Waiting
Since the 2015 Release of the
5DS / 5DSR
Sony has developed a 102 Megapixel Sensor ( IMX555 ) and is Moving
Rapidly to Launch a High Resolution
Body in 2022
Possible these two codes are for
High Resolution Models
with and without
Anti Aliasing Filters
I’d like to see a eos R mark II. Smaller body than R6 (just like the original R) and top LCD. Doesn’t have to be 4K 60fps or 12/20fps shooting.
There has been plenty information from the gitgo about the R6, if you bought it for video work you didn't do your homework. Like complaining a Ford Pinto is a horrible NASCAR vehicle.it is very good for video it is just heavily nerfed if you do both photo and video during events after being used to the mark 4, R, and R5. I also got a heat warning shooting cropped 1080 for some reason. i dont know what the deal with that was.