Hi,In shooting mode vs iso setting chart B mode says iso400 fixed! Does this attached spec mean that when in bulb mode it can shoot only in iso 400? Thats too bad for astrophotography and star trails longer than 30 sec and never seen in any interchangable lens camera i supose.View attachment 180106
f/8 equivalent? Your sensor size has zero effect on you len's f stop. An f/4 lens is an f/4 lens no matter the sensor size.I currently use the Olympus EM1-2 and mainly shoot with only 2 Oly lenses: 12-100mm f4 (24-200 f8 EQuivalent) and 300mm f4 (600mm f8 EQ). Oly 45mm f1.2 (90mm f2.4 EQ) )
Good Lord. I'm starting to think Sony employed trolls come here on their lunch breaks.Exactly my thoughts!!
Slow at shooting in servo mode, one SD slot, really ugly! Im not buying that Canon again is holding back... at the end I will start to believe that Sony is paying Canon to hold back! Im pretty sure that Canon has all the technology to make an amazing camera and for the last 3-4 years its not doing it!! That's enough Im tired to wait for Canon to make up..!
Most likely yes. In terms of mount geometry adapters are possible for many types of legacy lenses.I do not see if this camera can be with the previous series of lenses, R lenses, FL lenses, FD lenses, and FDn lenses with 22mm adapter. Will this camera functional in manual mode with vintage lenses?
remains to be seen.They will simply dominate the MILC market.
Yup, Canon will. However, let's not overlook Canon's innovations. I'll never understand why some people say Canon is not innovative. It isn't true. There is plenty of new tech coming out of Canon. Not the same tech as another company? Nope. Different tech. But that does not mean Canon isn't innovative.Canon is not necessarily innovative and technology leading. Instead, they are known to be opportunistic, reliable and well-managed.
They will simply dominate the MILC market.
From the specs, the R is a solid camera but not really extraordinary. Unless it's a new sensor with a huge DR and high ISO. If it shows a huge DR improvement against 5D4, I'll think of switching to it from my 5D4 despite the lack of the second card slot. But I doubt the sensor will be better than 5D4's one.Yup, Canon will. However, let's not overlook Canon's innovations. I'll never understand why some people say Canon is not innovative. It isn't true. There is plenty of new tech coming out of Canon. Not the same tech as another company? Nope. Different tech. But that does not mean Canon isn't innovative.
I have focus peaking on 5D2. I'd say that for stills, it is overrated. Maybe because this particular implementation is bad. Or maybe because it's actually contrast peaking.Focus peaking. That is, highlighting the focus plane (area of greatest contrast) in the viewfinder image. An OVF can't do that (and Canon DSLRs don't have focus peaking in the live view either).
I assume it should, I am currently using Contax/Zeiss and Leica R glass on my 5DR without problem, the thin mount should allow for even more choice in vintage glass. It would be a very bad move from Canon to limit the "natural capacity" of MILCs to adapt vintage lenses, and surely a good reason for lots of people (including myself) not to buy the camera. Strangely it's my EOS 1v that doesn't want to work with adapted lenses.Most likely yes. In terms of mount geometry adapters are possible for many types of legacy lenses.
Whether EOS R will take images then will depend on whether or not there will be "electronic requirements/safeguards" telling the camera that "a [proper] lens is attached" and on adapter makers ability to meet or spoof any such requirements if they exist.
But in all likelihood, yes.
Sure ... the fact that IBIS would allow customers to choose the Sigma Art lenses with higher resolution and much lower price tags, and still have IS, has of course nothing to do with it at all.Canon stated a few times that they are not fan of IBIS because of alignment and reliability problems.