During the weeks it spent shooting by my hand, it never failed once, nor did it suffer from any glitch. $2.5K and it “makes more extensive use of reinforced polycarbonate”? You are correct: the R6 is far more capable than the 6D. Image quality is excellent. The Canon RF 800mm F11's unique combination of telephoto reach, affordability and light weight will likely enable even more people to do the same. 'What's the best mirrorless camera?' A replacement is due but it will likely not have a much faster shooting rate, so I think canon imagined this could be a strong differentiator for them. FOR ME only. @xeppelin‘mirrorslapper sensor’ ......... get me outa here...... If your funds can take you to this level, the R5 is the camera you want. Check out the winners of the 2020 DPReview Awards! You can log and transfer location info from the Canon Connection app. I think the only manufacturer that has invested in cam's (G)UI is Panasonic having that ability/luxury being a new kid in the block. The UK prices always start a bit high, because they drop far more quickly than the US ones do. While the finder lacks automatic brightness control, I work around that by setting my C2 mode with the … Now that we have Raw support for the Canon EOS R5, we've decided to dig a little deeper into its files and see just what that new 45MP sensor can do. The R6 indeed does put up a good case, even against its own bigger brother. I have an a7iii as well. Can similarly priced cameras get 20fps? But more video would help with differentiating cameras from smartphones. R6 20mp resoluton means that it will be less demanding on the lens resolution. Enter the Ulanzi ST-09, an adjustable mount that allows you to turn an Apple Watch into a live viewfinder on the rear of your iPhone. @blackcoffee17 At that price some would argue it should have been metal. I bet they just postpone it to mk2 due to other priorities, like 8k video... TravelerMike, I think you will find that the Canon GP-E2 GPS attachment will fit on and operate with the R5 and R6. If so a 20MP FF camera makes little sense unless you have $10,000+ to spend on the lenses 1DXIII owners use.Apart from that 20 is plenty. To say the least, Canon's handling of non-PD uses of dual pixels has generally been very frustrating for those of us who care. At least that's what I've dealt with on an APS-C. how does the user interface compare to Sony? I use a combination of Micro4/3 cameras too. We've combed through the options and selected our two favorite cameras in this class. Just a guess. The 600mm prime is even smaller. And though technically the R5 has a better sensor – 45Mp vs only 20Mp, the R6’s smaller pixel density allows better diffraction limits and low light performance, though for my use case, both differences are noticeable, but very small. Also it runs on a single AA battery which doesn’t impact on the camera battery running time and as we know mirrorless cameras use more battery power than DSLSs. Depending on which system you're in and what your needs are, they might just be the compact, well-priced and impressively sharp little primes you've been looking for. It's available in Canon EF, Fuji X, Leica M, M42, MFT, Nikon F, Pentax K and Sony E mounts and the first units are expected to ship in January 2021. Canon R6 was introduced to market in July 2020 and Canon R was launched in September 2018. Personally I think that top panel is very useful. Canon EOS R5 vs R6: Hands-on review. 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It would be nice to hear an official explanation for the AA use in dual pixel cameras.... BTW, the Canon specs say nothing about supporting dual pixel raws. And work very well, as intended. You may also want to keep in mind that the original 6D was released in 2012, and the Mark II was little more than a slight spec bump - updated to newer image processor, a few more megapixels, a few more focus points, slightly higher continuous drive and frame rate in video and a stereo microphone instead of mono. The image quality speaks for itself, and I invite you to review the photographs in the watch reviews that I photographed with the Canon EOS R6. Let’s find out. What do you mean about the specs saying nothing about Dual Pixel Raws? You actually read a 4 month old post of mine to tell me Canon is as good as Sony? The 24MP A99ii is $4500 and the 600/6.3 zoom $2000. It can be left running without worrying about the camera battery. I wouldn't want to have a GPS there to drain the already not so impressive battery life down further, instead, a cell phone with Camera Connect App sounds like a much better option for me. Heck, even the pocket camera ZV-1 has it. Having talked to a number of sports pros using 1DX’s there was some discussion about whether they thought the 1DXIII would be higher resolution than 20MP and most were of the opinion that 20-24 doesn’t make much difference and they didn’t want to go higher and deal with more noise and larger file sizes. Let's hope that a later firmware will give the option to shoot DCI, All-I video in 25 FPS, directly in camera with the R6. But It is also significantly cheaper than the 5D with a sensor resolution I can actually work better with so... One is expensive, has an old sensor and only 20 MP resolution and the other one has a new sensor with sufficient resolution, insane video specs and costs an arm and a leg. If so, why? Looks like the market has been contracting for about 10 years and will continue to do so until just he core photographers and enthusiasts remain. probably 1/3rd the volume, and well over half the weight!https://camerasize.com/compact/#815.912,815.911,777.830,ha,t. i think i will be sticking to sony a7iii and maybe get canon 90d for stills, 4 and a half grand even without lenses for me is to expensive for someone who wants to start out in photography/videography. Bravo to Canon. I reviewed the Canon EOS R5, a full frame 45Mp mirrorless camera two weeks ago, with photograph examples last week. In the final analysis, the EOS R6 is an excellent camera. Those camera also shoot 20 fps I believe. Both have GPS and I hardly use it eventhough I do a lot of travel and street photography. just like DSLR vs ML, so manufactures respond and position themselves correspondingly. Adapted EF lens will be just fine. While the Canon EOS R5 has a brand new 45 Megapixel Sensor, the Canon EOS R6 uses a 21 Megapixel Sensor. The R really disappointed because NO IBIS good resolution but sucks with no IBIS. The R5 and R6 have obviously larger rear finder elements if you look at Canon EOS R, RP, R5 & R6 Compared (scroll down to the photos of the backs of the cameras). I'm sure we'll see it in the R6mkII, if there is one. The R6 … @DPReview, thanks for the side-by-side comparison. However, the R5 weighs in at 650g body only (738g with card and battery) while the R6 is just 598g (or 680g with card and battery). And get 4 or 5 lenses. Does the R6 resample to 4K? No other camera has this. There is a review out there on YT and you can see the Z6 has less rolling shutter.But apart from that, the footage looks the best. The relationship is very similar, with the R5 offering list of capabilities that will appeal to a variety of professional as well as enthusiast photographers. With a 1.8x squeeze, the lens produces a more pronounced anamorphic effect than the 1.33x lenses offered by Sirui, albeit at a much higher cost. S1R $3,699 R6 $2499Gee the S1R has more expensive VF? My Lumix GH5s has 10MP. And then we go to a shady area and the ISO goes really, really high. The oldest and less expensive EOS R (2018, 30 MP, 8 FPS) and smallest and by far least expensive RP (2019, 26 … When comparing to A9 II, it's worth keeping in mind that while R6 offers 20 FPS with el. but I will still get me a used a7s2 , too. I have both the Canon 7D Mk2 and a Oly TG4. I'm also addicted to GPS logging, and has been relying on camera doing it with my 7DII and S100 in years. Gold for the R5 despite the battery life. Look at the 780 and talk of replacing the D850 with another DSLR. When we first reported on the alleged ransomware attack back in August, Canon said it was 'investigating the situation.' I made other portraits of family and friends, but will decline to show these here. The cameras are based on an APS-C (90D) and a full frame (Canon R6) sensor. 8 stops combined sounds ground breaking. Exactly, what the heck was Canon thinking with a 20mp sensor?My old 7D beats that extrapolated to FF.Come on Canon. Well, it depends on your needs. Not long ago Canon introduced two powerful full-frame mirrorless cameras, the 45MP EOS R5 and the similar but lower resolution 21.1MP EOS R6. Making PlayStations... @RobertoAvanzi: What? Fully agree why replacing my D6 wit a R6 if the RAW pic. Body The differences between R5 and R6 bodies are slight. Card slots. It reduces development costs, and mass production lowers the cost to the customer. Two UHS-II SD slots in the R6 is good enough for even the fastest frame rates. I'm joking, of course, but only a bit. It's been so long since I had a camera with a top LCD (Nikon N8008!) We'll have to wait for the eventual production-model reviews, of which there might be just a few. The actual dimensions are almost exactly the same. The entire system is easy to use, and totally predictable. 20 vs. 45 MPix means ~1 stop more post-processing latitude with the 20 MPix sensor at higher ISOs, assuming similar tech and optimization focus. For comparison, the R5 retails for S$6,199. The EOS R6 stayed somewhat below the radar, an excellent performer, but without any screaming world premier specifications, remains a quiet workhorse. The Canon EOS R5 on the left and the R6 on the right. Is the A9ii gong to be a little better? The GP-E2 does have additional features that the built in GPS doesn’t have. EOS R5 vs EOS R6. I've always wondered why Formula One teams make such extensive use of composites, when apparently it's better to use metal if you can afford to. How about that? The 20Mp files are much smaller, easier to store and manipulate. I know barely 50% of its capabilities and the camera is so rugged, I can see the a7iii will last at least for another 6-8 years. But, considering these cameras share so much in common, is the price difference worthwhile? This is not always the case for the other cameras that I have used. There are very few rumors at all about Nikon and Sony releases at this price point. Canon EOS R5 Review (8K video, 45MP, overheating issues), Best Mid-Range Full Frame Mirrorless: Canon R6, Sony a7 III, Nikon Z6 II, Panasonic S5. @Thoughts R UsYou may be right, maybe I misunderstood what Richard meant.I cannot wait for the Full Review. Both cameras feature the same excellent IBIS and the class leading Dual Pixel Autofocus system. Both the EOS R5 and the EOS R6 have a … I guess that socanikons are rather afraid users habit's inertia so to fiddle with the matter followed from their already applied ergonomics concept/approaches. Chris and Jordan from DPReview TV also shot a gallery with the lens, but on Panasonic bodies. The EOS R has a single SD card slot (UHS-II) whereas the EOS R6 has two UHS-II slots. R6 makes a lot of sense if you needed a all-around camera. The latest firmware significantly improves the EOS R6's response to efforts to let it cool, making it much more usable for stop/start video. Please read the Canon EOS R5 Review and the Photograph notes first. If you need a camera for everyday use, as well as shooting some high speed action and watches, the R6 is a great choice. Technical Editor Richard Butler's pick was the unusual lens that gave him the opportunity to try something new. Still, it's annoying to have to buy all those state of the art video features just to get above 20mp.