Here are more specifications for the Canon EOS R6

Joules

EOS R
Jul 16, 2017
910
1,008
Hamburg, Germany
My ideal would be an R5.5 with about 30-35 MP priced halfway between the two. The R6 pixel count won't satisfy me, certainly not for that price, so the R5 it is. (My fallback was the RP--yeah, not an exciting resolution, but so inexpensive it doesn't matter. Heck, I might still pick one up as a backup. Since it takes the same batteries as my T6i and M6-II I wouldn't even need to buy a spare battery for it.) It'll be painful for a while but long after I've forgotten the money and returned to a non-Ramen-based diet, I think I'll be using a wonderful piece of equipment.
I agree that it would be nice, to see a higher number. A straight upgrade is always better. That was what originally kept me from getting a 6D II instead of an 80D - paying more for getting the same or less (especially base ISO DR) with regards to anything but sensor size.

The camera I am most exited about is the high res R. That one will be a true replacement for an APS-C body in terms of reach. And reach is the only thing I would need high MP for. For landscape, I usually do Panoramas anyway. And for general use, the 20 MP FF with (not confirmed yet) the high detail low pass filter should give similar or better detail compared to my 80D.

Since the R5 would be about equal in reach to my 80D and I can't justify spending money on a proper Tele anyway, I can very much see an R6 and 800 mm f/11 in my future. It just makes more sense, once the GAS is put aside. That combo matches the reach I currently have well enough, but improves literally every other aspect. Except for price, of course, but one has to do something to stimulate the economy anyway :ROFLMAO:
 
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navastronia

EOS RP + 5D Classic
Aug 31, 2018
562
626
Just want to say (and this is not trolling) that I did a maternity shoot over the weekend using the EOS RP and can't imagine using a camera with fewer than 26 mp from now on. I'm sure others are more skilled at framing shots on-the-fly, and hence, don't crop much in post, but I'm not, and need the flexibility to fix my compositions later.

Bless you if you can use 20 mp for your work, but for my part, I hope the R1 performs as well at high ISOs as the R6, but at 30 mp.
 
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