I saw no raw or video, but was impressed at the balance. A utopia where you have endless connections and everyone immediately respects your abilities and is happy to pass on high paying gigs, with no history or experience to show for it. And yet you have to use more than just one film camera to have some sort of redundancy. Except some exotic 6K and 8K video recording cameras, 4K is the new standard in consumer video world. Some still limit themselves this way by shooting film. What’s the best camera for around $2000? Beyond the new mount, very little of the EOS RP is actually new: it's mainly a collection of components we've seen in Canon products before. We used to be limited to 10 or 36 images with film. The Canon EOS RP camera follows hot on the heels of last year's EOS R model, offering full-frame mirrorless tech and 4K video recording at an even more affordable price-point than before. Or your rich uncle Bob who had a couple of photography lessons and just bought a D850 with professional glass? We have no idea what settings you have configured, and apparently you may not know, either. If you want to be an astronaut, join the navy that will fund study in a relevant field of science and learn to fly aircraft and work your way up. And as always, you don't have to read video assessment or even get bothered by it, thus you comment is totally pointless. That's why my 6D didn't break yet. I couldn’t resist my temptation when I discovered today Canon EOS RP camera - with RF 24-105mm F4-7.1 IS STM for 973 euros in Saturn(a German electronic store). so they are not professional cameras because they are unprofessional lol ok. Not vice versa. It's a nice non pretentious camera at a (very) good price. The 1st image has this settings: ISO 3200, 1/200s, 50mm f/2; the 2nd image: ISO 3200, 1/200s, 200mm f/4. You are not interested? The Canon RP is centred around a high-performance 26.2MP full-frame sensor capable of delivering sharp images and low light performance that you can count on. Had a chance to handle the RP briefly in my local camera shop and its tiny! ISO settings that exposes to the right 1/3 stop and pulls exposure (and noise) 1/3 stop in raw development. And you are wrong about weather sealing. That’s reality. Today, at its Snapdragon Tech Summit, Qualcomm revealed the details of its new Snapdragon 888 system on a chip (SoC) that, amongst performance and battery improvements, offers an array of impressive photographer features, should Android smartphone manufacturers choose to make the most of them. They give it UHS-II support and RAW shooting (admittedly not the fastest in the world, but respectable) with no buffer limit, and then they cheap out on the transfer? Eeeaaasssyyy for Nikon to update the D500 to the not-so-new D7500's functionality. It isn't the most recent sigma but to my mind it isn't that old. If you are referring to the advice to set shutter speed to be roughy twice the frame rate, then calling it a rule would be overstating the case. For $999, it would be a no-brainer for many. A camera is more than the sum of its parts. Take a look. It was publicly announced on February 13, 2019 () and launched on March 14, 2019 () with a suggested retail price of US$1,299 (body only) at the time. Guess what? I have tested a large number of EF Canon lenses (8-15mm f/4L, 16-35mm f/2.8 L, 17-40mm f/4 L, 85mm f/1.2, f/1.8, and SIgma Art, 17-40mm f/4 L, etc.) Read a few actual books and maybe go to school or something because you are only making a complete fool of yourself with your nonsensical arguments. Your Oly is a joke compared to the A9. Once you have a few jobs under your belt, You can sell a body to upgrade. When I am in Video mode on the dial and I click to record, I can change the Shutter Speed. You need to make sure you have disabled certain settings and selected the correct video recording quality and size. The A9 expands creativity when compared to the 1DX or the D5 at so many different levels it is not even funny. Sigma's new primes promise very good performance and light weight, when paired with L-mount and Sony E-mount mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras. It’s a weak cop out and true inability to place your self in the situation. Canon EOS RP 4Kp24 Sample Video #2 Download Original (200.4 MB MP4) If you prefer the look of 30p, you can't have that with the upgraded visual quality of the RP's 4K. @entoman Unfortunately they have not. The fact that there is a deliberate use of the Hipstomatic app to execute the works is a deliberate ploy used to critique the narcissist notions of western individualism. And then what? "Not now that the gods of Canikon have taken it up but when I bought my mirrorless it was like it was just one of the desperate quirky little things Olympus comes up with from time to time that will be forgotten tomorrow. Some are mirrorless, some not. Their angles and compositions didn't strike me as more than snapshots of the moment. I am going to keep with Sony and try to "invest" in the E-mount system because I am quite happy for what Sony gave in it's camera. 4 fps continuous shooting with continuous AF (5 without) 4. The EOS RP also boasts a built in 4K time-lapse movie mode, making it easier than ever to create impressive time-lapses in camera without the need for timely post-processing. In principle you can fit an EF-S lens via an adapter, since these are designed to match a smaller sensor (and hence are more likely to give a useful field-of-view to the RP's 4K mode), but it's not obvious to us why you'd go to such lengths to get slightly soft, slightly wobbly video when there are better options around. I get to buy and shoot what gear I like and travel freely. I just got my EOS RP. The EOS RP allows focusing at f11, has a new focus bracketing feature (although you’ll need to do the stacking externally), a new spot-focusing mode, and now also supports eye-detection with continuous Servo AF, a feature missing from the EOS R when it was launched. The majority of professionals actually shoot cameras like the 5d, 6d series. PNS cameras have always been mirrorless, and needless to say they can only be considered good or great in relative terms. You seem to realize what it takes to be a professional and what makes one a true professional. The fact that you litter a Canon forum for an entry level mirrorless camera with your Sony mantra only enforces my earlier points. Yesterday had a funny experience at the Dutch flower exhibition "De Keukenhof", well known for its abundance of flowers. It's a double failure. It doesn’t really compete with full-frame cameras, more so with mid-range APS-C and M4/3 ones. Cropped video and significant rolling shutter left us very disappointed with the RP's 4K video. I know, many critics disagree with me. I always judge a photo by the content or story it carry, not from what camera it was shot wirh. As I mentioned, the EOS RP‘s place on the market is strange. Usually costs 1423 euros. (EOS 77D, ...). Sorry but you seem to under the misguided assumption that your preference matters to me - it doesn’t. $999 included the adapter a bag and a card! A7 MK1 with EF 85 1.8 USM is great budget portrait combo. Who likes being around dead bodies and/or militia? The majority of professionals are self employed and work their way up. In that regard, this camera fails. Sony's new Visual Story app for iOS promises event and wedding photographers a variety of useful tools, designed to simplify their workflow and enhance their business. Nobody bothers to over deliver” very unprofessional view. With the EF-RF adapter the sky’s the limit and a very large number of EF compatible glass are great optically too. Meh, mirrorlesses were the oddballs before but not exotic. Actually the D700 is a semi professional camera, however I was in a fortunate position. Their photographers stray into areas of artistic execution when telling stories. I don’t show pics because a) it’s a professional conflict of interest b) unlike you, my actual name is attached to them. Tamron has announced its 17-70mm F2.8 Di III-A VC RXD lens for Sony APS-C bodies. You clearly have no idea of what an A9 especially with current firmware is capable of, with native glass and even with Canon glass. Your problem is you can’t handle being wrong. Worth mentioning are some annoying and seemingly arbitrary ergonomic limitations that affect this camera, as well as other Canon models:1) The electronic level disappears when you enable face-/eye-detect AF.2) The electronic level, as well as the histogram and the gird lines, disappear when movie recording starts.Canon, please throw a bone or two to your loyal customers and fix these limitations. The A9 falls short of these expectations. Gallery-caliber IQ. I don’t. I can live with the shortcomings of its sensor. Earlier this week we published our samples from the new Sigma 65mm F2 DG DN when mounted on a Sony body. That is why you are not a paid creative and miss the point. Come on guys, no need for namecalling or insults. So, A7M2 is cheaper and better (has IBIS) than Canon RP. It's a niche (and pricey) product to be sure, but so far we find it to be well-designed and capable of outstanding results. I post-process so i make my own color. BWAAAHAAAHAAAHAAA! Maybe the A7III would do. But "poor" performance by today's standards is truly just a lower degree of genuinely very good. The truth is that you can only use the mode under certain conditions. Just buy a 5d classic and never upgrade. The size and weight are very impressive, but dynamic range seems to be a step back. The new DJI Mavic Mini 2 includes several notable improvements over the original Mavic Mini, including 4K video, Raw photo capability, and DJI's robust OcuSync 2.0 transmission system. I just realize how it actually works. It’s not a camera I would choose based on the many options available to me. What glass on the RP? One would suspect that using fully automatic exposure would cause the camera to use a shutter speed equivalent to a 180 degree shutter angle. The problem here isn't pixel count, it's readout design. These capable cameras should be solid and well-built, have both speed and focus for capturing fast action and offer professional-level image quality. The 65mm T2 completes Vazen's set of anamorphic lenses for the Micro Four Thirds system. "You like to read others people comments in your own personal light, and sprinkle trivial facts to give some sense of validation of your subjective assumptions. Suddenly it becomes clear why both Canon and Nikon price these entries into their new lens mounts so low. Probably not fair to compare but Canon has a long way to go before mirror-less is on par. That's photojournalism you moron. a6400 does exactly that 11fps with a near 100% hit rate... the eos rp does 1-2fps in continuous autofocus. But if you can't make enough money to get proper tools, then you are definitely not a professional. The ginormous 1.5kg RF 28-70F2L on the RP with a tiny toy battery? But keep digging. “It’s just crazy people” “ not my issue” “I’d prefer to block out these images because I’m normal” Yes there are many stupid people, they often claim to be normal. Colour technology is an argument for boons that shoot jpg who don't value their work enough to bother editing it, Colours are what YOU make them not the camera. But that means being humble, and interested in new things that do not necessarily resonate with your own self-important, opinionated views. As art based photographer it is my only form of income. Why not asking in what way the A9 might have had such a relevant impact in my shooting experience? IF you are a professional.Professionals can shoot non-professionally as well and they can use whatever they want. For sport what matters the most is speed and best AF, and in that regard nothing comes close to the A9. Last night I could not get the Flash to produce the expected light put. The Canon EOS RP's specifications aren't exactly exciting, but don't let that fool you - it's a likable little camera with engaging controls, good build quality and it produces excellent JPEGs. Killing RP's with professional workloads is wasting money too. I agree. The f-number is irrelevant when comparing image quality if you don't take into account the focal length. The wide diameter, high communication speed and short back focus of the RF mount is the perfect starting point for your future full-frame system. Those huge new expensive FR L's? The limited burst shooting rate and 4K video mode mean action shooters and vloggers will probably want to look at smaller sensor options like the Fujifilm X-T3 and Canon EOS M50. I have been using crop cameras since the 10D. Funny guy, you are just so easy to read. Often it's like discussions on how bad a Tesla will do in a motor noise contest, and thus deciding that it's a useless car. The hopes are that Canon is going to make a change and just like they had the guts to switch system rather than complying passively or even justifying Canon marketing strategies, they are vocal in calling them out. I’m not telling you to buy the camera. 26.2 MP Full-frame CMOS sensor DIGIC Image Processor. I know well paid commercial photographers that make a great living shooting 6Ds or D750’s (they use pro lenses) however, the sensors are as good as a $6000 D5 that they can easily afford - but professionals don’t waste money on features they don’t need. Agree. A camera can have better image quality across most of its image, then drop-off badly in the deep shadows, and still produce the same DR number as a camera that offers lower SNR across its whole image but is more consistent in the shadows (hint: that's what happening here). I like the comment "fun to use" which I totally agree. Geesh. So, the user would probably have more chances of capturing the decisive moments without much hassle. My D700 which I used a lot has around 60,000 of its 150,000 rating still going strong but it’s long retired You will find D700 with more than 250,000 clicks all day long on eBay and they still work fine. Wikipedia has a pretty good explanation of shutter angle, which is what you appear to be referencing. I'm not a pro. There is a larger social comment at work, which goes beyond straight reportage. These images have been produced into a gorgeous photo book. 2 MP CMOS sensor, fast and accurate autofocus, 4K video, and our powerful DIGIC 8 processor for exceptional results, even in … Considering some of the highest paid professionals shoot with far lesser cameras or are even still shooting film only points out your shallow view point. - edited Od prostych pomysłów na rękodzieło po trójwymiarowe modele origami – wprowadź papierową rozrywkę do swojego codziennego życia i spersonalizuj swój świat, korzystaj z funkcji edycji. a white wall)). You are attacking a straw man now. Find out how the Olympus M.Zuiko 12-100mm F4 Pro does as a travel companion on a trip to Oz. I think a D7200 (for built-in flash) or D500 (for tons of better features AND if external flash is feasible) would be about ideal. The only RF lens that makes any sense to me now is the 35F1.8Macro. If you're looking for a high-quality camera, you don't need to spend a ton of cash, nor do you need to buy the latest and greatest new product on the market. I shoot night events and dance performance in dim light all the time. But relying on adapters other than for novelty gear does not a happy photographer make. I believe they're selling these cameras "cheap" to have you hooked up with their lens system. I never asked your opinion on the A9. But it will do the job. What lousy unprofessional tools are you talking about? But pointing out those things in a forum like this doesn't make this discussion better. You don’t know what you’re talking about. Whilst I can get the results I need with an A9 it is not a camera I enjoy using and there are reasons for that. So, nobody bothers to over-deliver. Understanding budgets and operating a profitable business is another means of being professional. Yeah, because the a6400 is the pro sports photographers' gear of choice! Normal people like you wanting to forget and taking preference to ignorance because it’s easier to ignore the situation than be confronted, is a big reason conflicts are not resolved. The flexogon 28mm Zeiss is definitely very old and it worked with my m42 adapter on my 7d but now I just have a serious complaint from the camera which 'can't communicate with the lens'. I believe it was this thread where 1 day after the Full Review came out i commented my shock that it already had over 1,200 Comments. That's an enjoyable thing to get used to: no intrusive sound (i switched off the beeps)Pictures beautiful, still love the cam. In photography, we must enjoy the process of doing it not what a particular camera lacks or have. Arguably its most direct rival, the aging a7 II, shoots better 1080 footage but doesn't offer 4K capture. When I am in other modes, M, C1, etc.. and I start recording video I don't get a Shutter Speed option. If what you say is true, the 2nd image should have more noise because (you claim) it is 2 stops slower. It destroys anything you have ever produced with your A9. And it's sealed better. What's the point of that?Here is another example, about 2 stops more light:http://www.clarkvision.com/articles/low.light.photography.and.f-ratios/15mm.f2.8.vs.35mm.f2.8.compare.unprocessed.a-1024.jpg. Some shoot Fuji apsc. Andreas Gursky and Jeff Wall are highly technical and are purely art photographers. On the video side of things, despite the more or less same 26MP sensor as the 6D Mark II, the new Canon EOS RP now offers 4K video recording, in addition to the 4K Timelapse mode … Sure plenty of professionals portrait photograhers shoot D5’s etc. What's the best camera for travel? But Brown's just not showing me anything new or significant. And then their stubbornness melts really fast. For a good majority the RP is more than enough camera. Man this thing is done already and still no A6400 review? Yes, too often we get bogged down in brand loyalty and talk but in reality it is the experience of using it that counts but that is highly subjective and the more objective approach is IQ, Dr and other measurable facts. You also insure them against failing. “It’s not my problem” is the attitude that gives leaders a free pass to do nothing. the RP is not aimed at the core DPreview audience? And yes, I've been guilty of that as well. The lens mantra exists for a reason you hack. Yes, adapters exist. "Well, I dunno about "exotic", lol! You want to capture those nightmares in high-def? But some people need as many fos to get a perfect moment. Canon EOS RP. The link I posted is to the reply from someone (who applied the new firmware) to my question about the behavior of the electronic level with the new firmware. A September firmware update will bring some minor enhancements to the autofocus user experience in Canon's current full-frame mirrorless cameras. Small size offset by big lens blah blah. Expanded Canon EOS RP Key Features: A new standard in full-frame image quality. They use very minimal set ups and are actually proud of the fact. You also have poor business sense.. To say there is almost no lenses available is just not correct. First and foremost, if you do not have a copy of the Advanced User Manual, then you can download it from Canon Support on the page for your specific model of camera. LOL, SPEED LIMITS!!! You have to have the right tool for the job (and sometimes it can be your phone). Canon failed to deliver proper cameras for their new pro lenses. But if you bring all 3 of your consumer cameras into humid, hot, cold, "unfriendly" environment, they can all fail simultaneously. CIPA's latest report for global camera shipments shows the camera industry is gaining pace once again in a year marred by the COVID-19 pandemic atop a market already in decline. Which is why professional tools cost more. No one can explain the behaviors you are experiencing in the C modes except you, because they are custom shooting modes that you have created and saved. A guided interface, creative scene modes, flexible priority (FV) and manual modes will give you the confidence and help you to take control of your creativity. The vast vast majority of sports photography today is produced with single digit Canikons and this continues to be the personal preference for the majority of working professionals. This is fallacy. All content, design, and layout are Copyright © 1998 - 2020 Digital Photography Review All Rights Reserved. And they don't have to deal with the mode dial nonsense." The RP is not in the same league as the A7III but for those who have a lot of Canon lenses and don’t need the A7III features it’s a very credible camera. Look, you want to hold the shutter button tape it to your body and capture the world in perfect 95% hit rate at 11fps? And that matters WAY more than hair-splitting differences between sensor characteristics. Ce n'est pas l'appareil le plus performant de sa catégorie, mais il faut avouer que le Canon EOS RP nous a impressionnés. Wi-Fi. The definition of a professional is getting paid for ones work. As for high definition photography most ff cameras are weather sealed. The Canon EOS RP is a 26.2-megapixel full-frame mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera made by Canon. If i was open to making the switch to Canon, this sensor wouldn't stop me. Please say this was only an april 1st comment. It is critical to journal the horror and ugliness, devastation and triumph, the absolute highs and lows that humans are capable of. You will probably need to be in one of the Creative shooting modes to reset the camera. 05-02-2020 Focus peaking is also present, making it easier to shoot with adapted manual focus lenses. @kodacolor200"I have used the A9 enough to come to my own conclusions and expectations"for once you might want to be specific, in a sea of vaporware: how long ago you used the A9 and how long you used it for, what have you used it for. 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I personally don't find a whole lot of deep storytelling in his work. Both the EOS R and RP use a version of Canon’s Dual Pixel Autofocus (DPAF), a type of on-chip phase-detection that we have found to work very well in both still and video modes. top. "Andreas Gursky and Jeff Wall are highly technical and are purely art photographers. Entrance pupil is the visible diameter of the aperture trough the lens front element. In short, It sucks at shadow noise.Second, it got this tiny weak E17 battery and not the usual E6 that all the better Canon cameras use and I would need to buy extra spares (like at least 3, $49 each), because my current ones are all E6. I have work in National collections. You are pushing the one dimensional argument. This is a hack comment. 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. Exactly. However, there is truly a lot to legitimately criticize in the RP and you'll see many legitimate criticisms here.