The 4k ipb video is better than the RP 1080p. As for the RP, i feel it starts more detailed and stays there. But in any event iso 6400 and above have noise. The R6 just maintains better fidelity than the RP. I will try to find a pic to compare.
I'm disputing this. I've downloaded RAW files from the R6 and they look quite good. Better at higher ISOs than any other camera to date that I've downloaded RAW files for. Possibly some user error happening? I don't mean to insult, but that is quite a statement you've made.Image quality is ok, the camera can focus great so the images will be sharp but there was a a lot less detail than I'm used to. For anyone saying that the image quality is on par with the 6DMk II or 5D MkIV that just isn't the case I'm sorry.
CR3 can store both lossless and lossy compression formats. So if they are significantly lower, odds are you're using the lossy variant. I am not aware of any comparison that actually showed a noteworthy difference between the two in terms of quality though. So, if you are interested in the smallest files, just keep in mind that you are losing some information in the images, although I can't tell you what exactly.One thing I did notice, is that the RAW files seem to be smaller than my T4i. They're .cr3 rather than .cr2... I tried to research into this but was unable to find anythng. Any ideas?
That sounds about right to me.I'm pretty sure I'm using standard RAW. I did a little research into C-Raw, and the file sizes from my shots aren't that small, they're coming out at around 18-20mb, whereas my T4i was usually around 25mb
That would make sense. I was afraid to go above 400 iso on my T4i, so very rarely saw RAW files above 30mb. I didn't realise quite how much impact noise has on file size.That sounds about right to me.
With its larger pixels and far less noisy electronics, just the reduction in noise should help a good bit with file sizes. Being a former T3i shooter myself, the sensor in those cameras doesn't hold up all that well compared to modern ones.
Without a doubt it's 100% possible it was user error. If anyone could mess it up, it's me.I'm disputing this. I've downloaded RAW files from the R6 and they look quite good. Better at higher ISOs than any other camera to date that I've downloaded RAW files for. Possibly some user error happening? I don't mean to insult, but that is quite a statement you've made.
Kinda, in photo mode you get C1-3 and can only store photo settings, if you go to video mode you also get C1-3, but you can only store video settings. But think of those as C4-6, they don’t overlap.Is it true that you can't use C1 C2 and C3 for custom video settings but only for photos?