Birds in Flight Nutter
- Jul 26, 2020
Which is why the R1 is probably 2 or 3 years away (think Paris 2024) and the R3 is the de facto flagship until then while Canon develop the R1 which I suggest might beOkay. But the R3 will have a pro build. So I can't see there being enough daylight between a low mp R1 and an R3 in terms of features to warrant a large price difference. Not to mention the problem of self competition.
Therefore, the low mp R1 would only make sense to me if the R3 were discontinued.
Oh, and I agree with Jared Polin in his most recent video - the R3 is Canon's new flagship, not the 1DX3.
- similar mp but freakish dynamic range and low light capability ?
- even faster fps say 40-50 ?
- global shutter ?
- quad pixel AF ?
- pass through handle grip ?
- twin processors but next generation arm chips similar to apple's new laptop M series ?
- twin CF Express card slots or maybe no cards at all just wireless transfer ?
- apps on the touch screen including 3rd party ones ?
- a sim card ?
- fully waterproof IP67 ?
- AF acquisition better than any DSLR ?
- all cross type sensor autofocusing points ?
- automatic exposure compensation based on the object that is being tracked colouration (e.g. for a bird whether it's very pale or very dark or somewhere in between) rather than exposing for the overall image ?
- Flash sync speed of 1/1000th of a second or higher ?