I didn't bother with 1.1.1 as I don't have any of the effected lenses so I went from 1.1.0 to 1.2.0 with zero problems and R5 works as it should. I was even a rebel by not putting the camera in "P Mode" before doing the update.I want to know this, too.
I didn't install the previous update. Will I be able to install this update and skip over 1.1.1, or will I have to install 1.1.1 and then install this update?
does this fix the freezing bugs. That's my main concern with this little update.
I don't think C70 is in the same market as FX6 even though the price is close.Still hopelessly waiting for that C-Log 3, Canon Cinema RAW Light and may be a better solution for overheating. A reliable hybrid for my type of work is essential!
RAW over HDMI for C70 would also be nice to see, for it to compete with FX6. Or a full frame RF-mount cinema camera with C70-style body and specs.
Bummer. Doesn't look like 1080 120fps & C-log3 are coming any time soon then. Maybe I'm wrong but if that was going to be released in Nov. I imagine they would've waited to bundle it in.
Have you tried or read about C-RAW?Hi all, update done succesfully. As usual it takes over 1 minute to start the update process, but then all goes smooth and after 1 more minute, the update process is completed.
I have however one important question: everyone talks very well about the R6 (smaller sensor which is suppose to perform sligtly better in low light conditions, 0,5 more EVF stop vs R5...).
Do you think that Canon will provide soon or late the option to capture images on the R5 in raw and save as smaller file size? I think if that option will become available the R5 will become indeed the KING camera (even against latest Nikon and Sony...).
I can say for certain that it is, because I am choosing between the systems and eagerly waiting for any of the companies to provide a solution.I don't think C70 is in the same market as FX6 even though the price is close.
Plus FX6 output RAW over 12G-SDI which C70 doesn't even have...
Thanks very much for bringing that up.Just to echo this point, here's an article showing it: https://petapixel.com/2018/12/07/psa-electronic-front-curtain-shutter-may-be-quietly-hurting-your-bokeh/#:~:text=Thus cut-off bokeh “is,Anders Lattermann in the DPReview
Not a massive issue as I switch to mechanical shutter when I'm doing natural light, wide aperture portraits where I want the best bokeh I can get. For most other work, the difference isn't really all that noticeable and I just use ECFS.
Here's the comparison from the article by Michael Zhang, for those who don't have the time to click it.
Mechanical shutter vs ECFS when shooting at F/1.4 and 1/1000th of a second:
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