The M6 II actually has that feature already, combined with the 30 FPS boost / crop mode. Would be nice if they put that into these FF bodies.Ooh, perhaps it's like some phone cameras out there, it starts taking pictures before you have pressed the shutter button fully and then carries on until it's released.
I'm disappointed even though I don't plan on even buying the R5....still stuck with a 1/200 flash sync speed. 1/250 electronic flash sync speed doesn't improve much. A higher flash sync speed might have made me consider the R5 for photography.
it says it has ibis, lens is, then digital is. also it says 8 steps not 8 stops. Dont know if that's error or it means the same as stops or steps?
Rolling shutter should be good based on the emphasis on “high speed readout”. Questions remain with dynamic range but I’m optimistic that Canon has made improvements here also. As of 28 minutes until the official announcement of... Canons biggest product launch ever... their words, not mine, I’m thinking there might actually be no “got you” this time around. Also interesting that this camera appears to have included some AI face lighting trickery.
Canon Europe: Dynamic range – we can tell you that the EOS R5 is one stop better than the EOS R, and that the EOS R6 is similar to the EOS-1D X Mark III.
The camera brings an update to the Dual Pixel Raw feature that debuted on the EOS 5D Mark IV. Using the Dual Pixel sensor design, you can adjust background clarity (which we're waiting to hear more on), as well as a 'portrait relighting' feature that is similar to some relighting options we've seen on smartphones. It uses facial recognition data and some depth information from the AF system, and we'll be taking a closer look at it when we have a full production unit.