ReImagine: Canon EOS R5 and Canon EOS R6 live stream announced

freejay

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• 512GB CFExpress card will fit about 21 min of 8K RAW
video footage.
• NO CROP in 8K30 OR 4K120 verified ✅.
• No Dual recording video to both cards.
• Running the 8KRAW video for 20 min straight NO
HEATING issues whatsoever.
Great that they restructured the movie settings page. On the EOS 1DX III it is still a mess...
 

RayValdez360

Soon to be the greatest.
Jun 6, 2012
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Nobody will leak those, at least not yet. You can derive the camera serial number from the image metadata. I'm sure that Canon keeps track of the serials for the review units and knows exactly who has each one.
I though it could be edited out. who says I would tell though. I can keep a secret. I'd cash app dude a couple of dollars too.
 
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dichterDichter

EOS M50
Jun 25, 2020
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as im thinking about to switch back to canon, was there a point for someone to switch, or not, because of the feeling (what im missing) or the gear you already had? i really hobe the r6 will be good and they wont cut too much.
 

Starting out EOS R

EOS R5 - RF24-105mm F4L, RF70-200mm f2.8L
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Fool price.
That's all great news, especially being able to record 8k Raw for 20 minutes with no overheating
I wonder what the time is for 4k RAW? Not sure I would need to do 8K for a while as its not commonly used, although I suppose recording in 8K could allow a better end product if viewed in 4K. Goodness I'm confused lol
 
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Starting out EOS R

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He doesn't have the camera , its come off a website called EOSHD
Whoever put the image on is going to be under some scrutiny from Canon if they find out who it is. I'm surprised anyone who has the camera to test would take the risk but as they say, 'there's note funnier than folk' and there's always one person who thinks they can get away with something.

To be honest, you have to question their motivations as with the announcement only a few days away when everything will be divulged, why do it? Probably because they can and think it's getting one over on someone. ;) sad really.
 

subtraho

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Whoever put the image on is going to be under some scrutiny from Canon if they find out who it is. I'm surprised anyone who has the camera to test would take the risk but as they say, 'there's note funnier than folk' and there's always one person who thinks they can get away with something.

To be honest, you have to question their motivations as with the announcement only a few days away when everything will be divulged, why do it? Probably because they can and think it's getting one over on someone. ;) sad really.
From the forum at eoshd, it looks like someone posted it on a Panasonic Facebook group as a way to complain about that brand's lack of RAW video. Prior provenance unknown - strange indeed.