Also, the processing speed and heat sink capacity needed to allow for the crazy frame rates and buffers in 1D stills cameras make massive video specs pretty easy.Every 1DX was TOL in terms of video as well as stills over the 5D series (except in the first one there was a separate 1DC model)
And this won't change here either, when you ask 7000$+ for a camera in 2021 (a newer generation sensor suggests a price increase over the 1DX III), it needs to deliver on all fronts.
The problem with the EOS R1 is that the camera body will be so good, that it wouldn't feel right to use old EF "L" lenses even though the EF-RF adapters work just fine. Thus one could end up with a fantastic EOS R1 camera body with a whole new set of RF "L" lenses. When the RF "L" lenses are added to the equation, that pro-R camera system really becomes an investment.
That's why I chose to get the EOS-1D X Mark III camera body without the need to purchase RF lenses and reuse my old native EF "L" lenses.
Also, the processing speed and heat sink capacity needed to allow for the crazy frame rates and buffers in 1D stills cameras make massive video specs pretty easy.
100% will have 8k, and Id bet 4k120 is likely as well. Definitely gonna have RAW, etc as well.
Strange specs given the R5 and 1DXIII marks already set to compare. I would say definitely video, 2 slots (CFe and SD), IBIS probably, low pass filter.2021 will be a flagship showdown.
Let me initiate a drooling sequence:
- 30 mp stacked w/o rolling shutter
- 14 fps mech. shutter in 14 bit / 20 fps el. shutter in 12 bit (13?)
- LP-E19H 3200 mAh
- 2x CFexpress B and 2x SD UHS III
- AF sensitivity -8EV (minimum )
- No IBIS (Please God!)
- No video and low-pass filter (Please God!)
- 1 000 000 shutter actuations guaranteed
No quite. there is always a delay between the EVF and the lens. While optical view finder in the DSLR will have zero delsy. Therfore for action shot and BFI, DSLR is still the first choice before the mirrorless. One exception, Lieca M10 and similar. They still have a true opticel view finder.Here lies DSLR