In that case you'll also like to know that in H+ mode you get 13-bit with MS and EFCS. If you want 14-bit, stay with a mechanical shutter and below 8 FPS.
For what it's worth, here's a list of every camera that DPR has given 90% or more. Before 2020, there were no Canons on the list.
92% Canon EOS-1D X Mark III Review (Jul 7, 2020)
91% Canon EOS R5 review (Oct 21, 2020)
91% Sony a7R IV Review (Oct 15, 2019)
91% Nikon D500 Review (May 25, 2016)
90% Canon EOS R6 review (Aug 26, 2020)
90% Sony a9 II Review (Aug 19, 2020)
90% Panasonic Lumix DC-S1H review (Feb 4, 2020)
90% Fujifilm GFX 100 Review (Aug 7, 2019)
90% Sony a7R III Review (Nov 22, 2017)
90% Sony a9 Review (Jun 14, 2017)
90% Sony a7R II Review (Nov 17, 2015)
90% Nikon D750 Review (Dec 20, 2014)
Well, you'll find plenty of people in this forum that have waited less and got their R5. You must have either gotten really unlucky or something is wrong with the status of your order that prevents it from being fulfilled.Can you prove your claim? I’ve been waiting 3.5 months for my order to be fulfilled.
You have to dig pretty far into the manual to see this, though there are some asterisks around a few of the frame rates I've seen listed.[..]
If you would like to see it quantified. Here you go...I didn't know that before today.
I wonder, if Canon will react on the issues, that are known by now.
CPS told me, no hardwarechanges will be done at my body, if Canon decides to change the heat problem by exchanging something inside. We will see.
I am happy with it, despite some AF issues
It's because Rishi and his DPR gang has a fetish with dynamic range and therefore Sony sensors, which is why before 2020 8-out-of-8 cameras mentioned above all have Sony sensors. They virtually ignore everything else that matters about a camera, which makes sense, they are not photographers, evident in the quality of their galleries.
Well, you'll find plenty of people in this forum that have waited less and got their R5. You must have either gotten really unlucky or something is wrong with the status of your order that prevents it from being fulfilled.
Or are you not talking about the claim that R5 inventory is going out to customers?
I am not sure if I did understand it correctly, but I believe units for the Chinese market may be region locked so that they can't properly use the new Canon image cloud service in other regions? If that is something you are interested, that may be worth looking up.Hi, I guess I am one of the luck one. I ordered the R5 body only in mid August and around 18 days later I got the camera. It is the Chinese box with the Chinese manual only, battery charger, camera strap, cable and 1 battery. I am Italian, I bought in Italt through an Italian gray market distributor and it is all right. I have switched language, I have already update the camera firmware and all work well so far.
I bought used also the EF-RF ring lens adapter and all seams great.