Where does one go to actually give Canon feedback?
Makes sense when everyone who bought the overheating R5 realize 20 minutes of filming is really not a lot, canon will have to do something about it ! Firmware updates is the best trick to keep idiots believing in the product...
Highly unlikely. The HDMI port is not compatible with a full 8K.That being said, I was watching interviews yesterday and I’m pretty sure it was either Rudy Winston or Mehdia Mehtal from Canon that said if you use an external recording device you can record 8K without heating issues.
I wasn't sure, so created a thread to consolidate feedback, for any Canon employees who might take a look at these forums. Please feel free to add your ideas!Where does one go to actually give Canon feedback?
Because they are neglecting the fact that with an IBIS sensor you can make 4-shot high-resolution images. I see everywhere that the R5/R6 discussion is only about video, while there are still people around that would like to use these for actual photographs. I know it sounds old fashioned, but there are....
I heard clog one is made for 8 bit and suppsoed worse to have it in ten bitI'd be surprised about Clog3, but HD 120fps in the R5 seems like a good possibility. I've asked a number of Canon reps about it, illustrating how anyone still using a 1080p workflow (honestly quite a lot of people) would be better off with the cheaper R6 than R5.
Regardless of all the unreasonable complainers, Canon really hit it out of the park with these two bodies. I applaud them.
More than just rumors.
Regarding contents under consideration for correspondence with firmware upgrade
- Full HD/120P recording size support
- Added low bitrate mode to RAW and IPB for all resolutions and frame rates
- Canon Log 3
Everyone wants these why not just add it. Stuff like this is so stupid. These are software updates. Who would they hurt by adding these things. They have an ancient 8bit log with a 10/12 bit camera. Clog is only 12 stops by cameras from others brands for years now have over 12 bit video.
It should have CRAW as an option. Still .CR3 files but it is a lossy compression. There have been some independent reviews on using this option and it appears quite good. I will get 128GB cards and will use CRAW when shooting 1500+ shots in a sessionHas there been any suggestion that the camera will be able to shoot in smaller RAW files? I heard it would have a 22mp RAW image file option and there hasn't been any evidence of this...and I would really like the option to shoot at 22mp when I'm bringing home 4,000+ images at a race.
Thank you for creating a forum thread for posting firmware update suggestions.I wasn't sure, so created a thread to consolidate feedback, for any Canon employees who might take a look at these forums. Please feel free to add your ideas!
It's under Forums>Gear Talk>EOS R Series Camera Discussion RP, R, R5, R6>Dear Canon... R5 and R6 Firmware Upgrade and Feature Requests
Direct URL: https://www.canonrumors.com/forum/i...-firmware-upgrade-and-feature-requests.38815/
This sounds very useful, thanks for contributing to the thread!Thank you for creating a forum thread for posting firmware update suggestions.
I've added a post there regarding aperture bracketing.
For the benefit (or dread ) of those in this thread, I'll copy it in case they care to see it:
Product R5 and R6:
Request: Aperture bracketing (relative to current aperture chosen):
Aperture bracket: on/off
#stops per step: 1:9
#steps wider: 0:9
#steps narrower: 0:9
(current aperture is f4)
#stops per step is 1, #steps wider is 1, #steps narrower is 2
Exposures taken at f2.8, f4, f5.6, f8
(lens aperture is f1.4 to f22)
(current aperture is f4)
#stops per step is 4, #steps wider is 1(or more), #steps narrower is 2(or more)
Exposures taken at f1.4(limited to widest), f4, f16, f22(limited to narrowest)
Well you wrote "most people", not "all people". And that reply of your was to a post about 20, not 30 minutes...30 is a lot longer than 20. You also wrote "these types of cameras". Some of these types do not have a limit.well with a 30 minute limit who is recording long clips when the camera basically cant do it without shutting off.
Under Recording Format in the specifications, there is a listing for "1.6 crop," that give dimensions for a file size at 17 MP.Has there been any suggestion that the camera will be able to shoot in smaller RAW files? I heard it would have a 22mp RAW image file option and there hasn't been any evidence of this...and I would really like the option to shoot at 22mp when I'm bringing home 4,000+ images at a race.
It’s really not that surprising and if people understood how complicated lines of code and processing can create unexpected errors, this would make sense.