Thanks!I have edited the post now it should be more clear
I’m bracing myself and hoping Canon has increased dynamic range north of 15 stops and that rolling shutter is good. Those are really my only remaining concerns. Can’t imagine there is a way to get 8K to lack detail. The cropping fears have been laid to rest. And we now know that we should have at least 30 minutes of recording, as there is no need to limit below that since this camera runs efficiently enough to stay cool even while capturing full frame 8K Raw.
Only 22 hours now
I think that's expecting a bit too much, that is what the C300 Mark III is good for, and only because it has low megapixels, as when it engages that DGO mode, the rolling shutter doubles (but still fairly good)I’m bracing myself and hoping Canon has increased dynamic range north of 15 stops and that rolling shutter is good.
That Hit my bet!! My bet was that in my country, with taxes, EOS R5 would be around 4500€ and EOS R6 would be around 2900€. And so it seems! I think it is a "spot on" price and cameras will sell very good! Well done Canon!!
Gosh i hope so -Let's not forget the spicy part from Nokishita:
The Canon "EOS R6" will be released in Japan in late August. The main features of R6 are "CMOS sensor based on flagship model", "DIGIC X" and "Dual Pixel CMOS AF II".
The main features of the R5 are "the world's first 8K video recording," "the world's highest 8.0-step image stabilization," "about 45 million pixels," and "high-speed continuous shooting at up to about 20 frames per second."
My fiancee notices everything. If I try to quietly swap out the EOS R with the R5 on the Ronin SC, she'd notice that too. GAS is real but GAS can also inspire creativity. That's why my friends and I always tell ourselves.hm...its a terrible time for me to buy a camera.....but if it showed up and I got to try it out for a few days before the wife noticed and killed me it may still be worth it.