Cant agree more. The lock button is useless to me. I NEVER lock the buttons... would be great if I could map WB to it.1) Battery status on the shoulder display when the camera is off
2) More configurable buttons (eg what about "lock"?)
Absolutely. The WYSIWYG mirrorless advantage isn't fully realized with Canon taking more of a DSLR approach where the scene is presented wide open.
Yes, because after being without the camera for ten days, spending those extra five minutes to reset (and refamiliarize oneself with) settings is just maddening. Especially when it needs to be serviced every two or three years!
Good point. So the 1D bodies are the only ones that can save to cards?Well I had to send my 1dx3 in 3 times for an issue and the first time it came back I forgot to save the settings on a card. I have 3 custom modes for stills and 3 custom modes for video. Takes about an hour or so to get them set back up. Then when you are in a blind and a bear you have been waiting on for months shows up and one of your settings did not get addressed. I would just prefer to save them on a card. What does it cost you?
How and where do we ask/make suggestions? I just want the same function options for the R6 as on the R6.....aka my MF-n button on the R5 i can cycle through my C modes which I use a lot! On the R6 I cant, therefore making it more difficult to make use of these in time sensitive scenarios.
I want the "Q" screen to behave like how it did on the 5D Mark IV.
Good point. So the 1D bodies are the only ones that can save to cards?
What about the C300iii's DGO? Do you use it often? Also, is there a marked difference between the R5 and C300iii or can you manage with making them match?Sweet, mostly use my R5 as a B Cam. This will help in post. Also this lets me test things with my R5 so I don't have to bust out the C300 mark iii every time.