DxO has completed their review of the Canon EOS R5, and has scored the new 45mp sensor 95, which is the highest score ever for a Canon image sensor. I don't think this should surprise anyone that has used the Canon EOS R5, as the image quality is stellar from the camera.
The sensors that are scoring higher than what Canon has put into its new mirrorless cameras are BSI image sensors, which can be found in the Nikon Z 7, and Z 7 II along with the Sony A7R III and A7R IV. However, DxO has found that Canon has closed the gap considerably.
As for sensor performance, the EOS R5 sensor represents a high watermark for Canon. The maximum dynamic range is competitive with the best in class, and the R5 sensor offers a useful advantage at some crucial ISO settings over its rivals. It also has excellent color and low noise at high ISOs, which all go toward making the Canon EOS R5 one of the most well-rounded performers in this important category. It may have taken a while to get here, but the Canon EOS R5 looks set to be the one to beat. Read the full review
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Talking about useless.... dpp it's really bad.
which profiles are you using instead?
It happened to me too many times to not be happy with the colors of the r5. Specially with the red/yellow/orange tones.
That's why i'm so impatient waiting for the camera matching profiles.
But apparently it's not guaranteed. The 1D X iii still doesn't have them. And the rp also not.
I do not have the problem you’re describing. I use my thumb and drag the focus point where I want it and there you go. I haven‘t had a problem getting the selection I choose in focus at all.
That is, when I’m not using AEAF...
Doesn't matter one bit. Sony has been doing that for years and everyone celebrates their DxO scores, it's only fair you know. That's why they have the whole star eater issue.
If it’s with the 100mm macro, it’s the lens. I stopped shooting products with it. I don’t need macro and went with the 100-400ii.
Two work arounds I used were; just grab the manual focus ring and twist it a bit if AF gives up - this resets it and lets it try again. Or, enable focus peaking and manually focus.
That’s the only scenario I ever experienced AF issues with. Drove me bonkers.