– This thing right here
is one of the best things a camera company has made in a long time. Check this out. Need some ND filter? Boom, you got it. Less? More? It’s so good. It’s the adapter for the EOS
R so you can use EF lenses, and now you have a built-in
ND filter on your camera, which is incredible. Yeah, I really like this thing. Plus you can change out the filters. If you want a polarizer or something else, you can just take it in and out real quick and easy like that. Yeah, if you have an EOS
R, I highly recommend getting one of these. It is a little bit pricey, but it is worth it in my opinion. If you don’t have an EOS R, well then I guess we should talk about why I’ve stuck with this camera over all of the other cameras right now. The real reason that I’ve been using the Canon EOS R this whole time is because Canon is paying me 10 million dollars a year to use it. (laughs) Man, I wish they were paying me. I have, to this day, never
ever gotten paid at all, zero dollars from Canon. Yes I’ve gotten a free camera. I’ve gotten this one for free, and I think I got a Canon 6D
Mark II for free way back, but that’s about it. I have never, ever been paid by Canon. I’m proud to be able to say that. And this video is not
sponsored by Canon in any way. It’s actually sponsored by me. We’re doing a pre-summer sale. For the next two weeks, all of the stuff in the store is on sale. The motion graphics, I
think they’re 40% off. The luts, the presents,
all that is 50% off. The new audio presets,
which a lot of you guys have been enjoying, are 40% off. So yeah, this video is sponsored by me, my store, not by Canon. And as hard as I am on Canon, I really enjoy using their cameras. Right now I’m filming
on a Canon C300 Mark II, and this is an EOS R,
which I use all the time. And maybe that’s why I’m
so critical about them because I do like their cameras, and because I use them so often, I do see some things that could be better, just like a lot of you guys. And in 2017 I made a video about the most underrated camera of 2017, and that was, in my opinion,
the Canon 6D Mark II, and now I’m making the most
underrated camera of 2019 video, the Canon EOS R. And it’s really interesting because both of these cameras are, specs-wise they’re very underwhelming. The specs are not impressive at all. The 6D Mark II, when that came out, I immediately just threw out and said this is the worst camera there ever was, and then I ended up using
it and really liking it. And kinda the same thing
when I saw the EOS R. I was pretty disappointed. When the specs came out,
I was like, is that it? That’s it? That’s all we get? But then I gave it a go, just like I always
promise with all cameras, I’m gonna give them a try, see what they’re actually like using, and I really, really
enjoy using the EOS R. And since I got the EOS R, which was like, I think a little bit less than a year ago, I would say about 80% of my videos have been filmed on this camera. The remaining 20% is mostly the C300, a little bit of the 1DX II, and then a few videos with a Sony or Nikon or one of those cameras. The EOS R, specs-wise, seems
like just a terrible camera, but when you go to use it and you see the true capabilities of that camera and the real-world use,
there’s a lot of things that I think is really
good about the EOS R, and that’s why I think it is
the most underrated camera, because people look at the
specs and they’re like, “Oh, I don’t wanna buy that camera.” And they miss out on the fact that it is a really, really good camera to use in so many different ways. I guess the true strengths and weaknesses really come out after using
a camera for a few months, and you kinda forget about the specs and you just think about, what do I actually like and
what am I missing out on when I’m using a certain camera? Real world use over time always overshadows specs in my opinion. And it’s the experience with a camera that makes you think over time, I really enjoy this camera. I really like using this camera, or this camera is really good, or this camera sucks,
I don’t like using it. And it’s really interesting. I have a bunch of different cameras, but I always go to pick the EOS R. I have a 1DX II, I have a Sony A73, I have a Nikon Z6. I’ve had a ton of different
cameras, the GH5s, and I still end up going with the EOS R. If I pick any camera on
my shelf, I pick this one. And so I sat down and I thought about it. What are the real reasons why I think the Canon EOS R is the most
underrated camera of 2019, and why do I go back to
it every single time? I try different cameras, but I always go back
to the EOS R right now. And the first thing I think, probably the biggest thing is the image. The image is really, really nice, and that’s one of those things that’s it’s harder to quantify. There’s no specs saying
the Canon has a 98% image, and then the Sony has an 86, there’s no quantification of
what the image looks like. But there’s a few things at play. First of all, color science. We all know Canon has
really create color science, which makes your life a lot easier, especially when you’re filming in log. Everything gets compounded
when you’re filming in log. If the colors aren’t
good from the beginning, it gets really hard to color
grade with log footage. And I love using log because
of that extra dynamic range. Thank goodness the EOS
R has a log profile. I really like the Canon log. It’s not too, like there’s
different levels of log, and the Canon is like, it’s the log, but it’s not really heavy-duty log, so it’s easier to color grade. It’s not as flat. It has some contrast and some saturation, whereas like the Sony’s, for example, are very logged. They’re really pushing how
much a codec can handle. And one of the biggest
things that people miss is the bitrate of a camera. So the Canon EOS R does, in
1080, 180 megabits per second, and in 4K 480 megabits per second. Now, that might not mean anything to you. You might be like, “You’re
just saying numbers. “I might as well be in math class. “I don’t understand what
you’re talking about.” Well, to put that into perspective, the Sony cameras, for example a Sony A73, only do, even in 4K, up to
100 megabits per second, so that’s less data per frame of video than you’re getting in 1080 on the EOS R, not to mention the 4K, which is four time, almost five times the
amount of data as the Sony. So to help you understand
what this means is, have you ever had your
footage, it looks really great, and then you export it, and then it kinda looks not as good. It’s kinda fuzzy. It looks like it’s almost
blurry a little bit. There’s a lot of like
blocks of colors and stuff. And that has to do with the fact that you’re not exporting
at a high enough bitrate, so you’re not giving
your video enough data to make it high quality. So with the Canon EOS R,
they’re giving, even in 1080, a ton of data for every second of footage that you’re filming, and that means that every frame is gonna be
better quality on the EOS R than it is on something like the Sony A73, or most of the other cameras. And so what I’ve noticed, which is really, really interesting is I like to film in 1080 because the 4K has a crop on
this camera, which sucks, but I like to film in 1080. Because it’s such a high
bitrate, what I do is film in 1080, edit in 1080, but then I export a 4K video
file of the final product, and then we upload onto YouTube in 4K. And because YouTube, again,
gives a little bit more data for a 4K upload, the
footage looks incredible, even though it’s filmed in 1080. It looks like 4K footage. And you know, you get the
little 4K thing on the wheel, so people think it’s filmed in 4K, but it actually was filmed in 1080, just like, I talked about
in the differences between the 4K, 1080, and 720, and
you couldn’t really see, that’s what I’ve been
doing for all my videos now is filming in 1080 and then just exporting and uploading them in 4K. So pro tip right there. Even if you’re filming in 1080, make sure to just export and upload in 4K. Just like when you export a video, you need to give it enough
data so it’s high quality, YouTube needs to give it enough data so that’s why I do the 4K thing, so I get a little bit
more data for my videos. And also, because of this high bitrate, it’s way easier to color
grade the EOS R footage. It doesn’t start falling apart as quickly, and just the overall image
looks really, really good. Then another thing that I
just keep going back to, I love these flip LCD screens. There’s so many times where
I’m filming some low angle or I’m getting some
weird angle and I can’t, I wouldn’t be able to
see the screen normally, but because of this flip LCD screen, doesn’t matter where, how I’m filming, I can always see the monitor, and I don’t need to have
an external monitor on here to see what I’m filming. Flip LCD screens, in my opinion,
are still way underrated. There’s way too many
people that are saying, “I don’t need a flip LCD. “I don’t film myself. “I don’t vlog.” I don’t think that that’s the only thing that a flip LCD screen
is for, in my opinion. The auto focus, it’s the best. Canon has, by far, the best auto focus, and it is really underrated,
especially nowadays. I think all the camera
companies are claiming that they have great auto focus and video, and they don’t actually
have the best auto focus. And maybe you’re saying,
“I don’t use auto focus. “I don’t need auto focus.” Well, even if you film in manual, you get the little like cross hairs, so it shows you when you’re in focus, which is so handy when
you’re manual focusing because you have one extra tool to make sure that you’re in focus. And it’s really great, because if you’re filming a long take, let’s say you’re doing an interview, and you just want to make sure that the person is still in focus, instead of kind of like
hunting for the focus to make sure that it’s in focus, you can just move over the cross hairs to wherever the face is, and then just see are they lining up, are they green? And that’s when you know it’s in focus. And you can really, really rely on that way more than peaking
or any of those things. I fully rely on the cross hairs. When they show it’s in
focus, it’s in focus. And then you might be asking, why am I not using my 1DX II more? It’s a great camera. Well, a really big thing
is the size difference. Not only the camera body. It’s a big, look at the size difference. It’s massive. And not just that, also the
battery size difference, the charger size difference. I think the EOS R is the
best form factor body to hold in your hand. It’s not too small. Like, the Sonys I feel like
are a little bit weird to hold. They’re a little bit too small almost. And it’s not too big. It’s not a 1DX where it’s massive. And yeah, this camera, it’s
actually pretty nice to hold, but it is a little bit too big and a little bit too heavy a lot of times. Yeah, it’s just a bit of a pain. Especially putting on a gimbal, the weight adds up really, really quickly. Another thing that was worrying me is that there’s no IBIS in this camera, but again, as I’m using this, I’ve just been using the digital IS, so it crops in just a little bit, and the stabilization’s really great. I haven’t noticed any issues,
no warping or wobbling, except if you’re using it on a gimbal, you do need to turn it off. It kind of like tries to
correct some of the movements, and it adds shake to your footage when you’re using a gimbal. So that’s a little bit weird. Do not use the digital
IS if you’re on a gimbal. But other than that, when I’m vlogging or just running around, I’m
always using the digital IS, and that’s why you’re not seeing any of that little shake, which you get on the Canon 1DX, because there’s no IBIS
and no digital IS either. Also, I’m hoping that
the new 15-35 with IS will fix some of that,
because you would have image stabilization in the lens and it’s a wide lens already,
so it stays fairly stable. And then you would have the digital IS. So I think with that combo, it should be pretty good,
but we’ll have to see. It’s an amazing photography camera. No gripes at all when
it comes to photography. So it really is a great video camera and photography camera
so you don’t have to have a camera just for video and a
camera just for photography, which is something that
you do kind of need to do with other cameras. I won’t name any names. Obviously, it’s not perfect. I already mentioned the 4K. It’s not really that
great because of the crop. I was hoping that somebody would make like a speed booster which
would get rid of the crop, but I haven’t seen anything like that yet. The IBIS, that’s a negative, I think. I really do think it would
be great to have IBIS. No 120 frames per second. That’s probably been one of the biggest criticisms of this camera. But it’s funny, as I’m using this camera, there’s almost never a time
where I’m thinking to myself, man, I wish this camera just had IBIS, or man, I just wish this camera
had 120 frames per second. That rarely crosses, rarely
if ever crosses my mind while I’m actually using the Canon EOS R. And it’s funny, I have a
camera with no crop 4K, IBIS, 120 frames per second, log, I have all of those features
in a camera, the Sony A73, and I still don’t use
that camera very much. There’s just something to it that I don’t enjoy using it as much,
and I always end up gravitating towards the EOS R. I guess it comes down to whether the specs are needs or wants, and if I
really needed those things, if I truly needed those things, I would always use the Sony or the 1DX II and not the EOS R. And so I really do think those are more of wants than needs in the end. And it’s really interesting to see how many people are starting
to use the EOS R now. It’s almost like people have realized, like, oh, yeah, wait, specs
don’t make a camera great. You can gave great specs on paper and the camera can be absolute garbage. Well, not garbage. I’m sure it’s still fine. Or you can have very,
very underwhelming specs like the EOS R, and it can actually be a really great camera to use, and that’s, I think,
what’s finally happening. A lot of people have gotten over, you know, the initial buzz
and hate about all the specs, and they’ve over time seen
their friend using the EOS R or they’ve just picked
up an EOS R at the store, and they’re like, “Oh, this
is an interesting camera.” And then they end up
really liking using it, just like with me. I did not think that this would become kind of my daily driver camera. And the new lenses really excite me. That new 7200, it’s like tiny. I might actually carry around a 7200 now, because it’s going to be so small and it’s just gonna take
up like a normal lens spot instead of this massive brick that the other 7200, this guy
right here, that one is big. And then the best lens, I think, that I’m most excited
about is the 15-35 f/2.8 with image stabilization. Again, this lens, this is a 16-35. It makes it with adapter and the lens, it’s a pretty big setup for the lens. I like this lens a lot, but having it be a little bit smaller and having IS in the lens, yeah, I’m really, really
excited for that lens. Not to mention all the primes and all those that are coming out. So yeah, I’ve been really hard on Canon, and I just wanted to make this video because I truly do think that this is the most underrated camera of 2019. And if you haven’t used it yet, I recommend that you try it out. It’s not for everybody. It’s not gonna work for all people. But it is a really, really
great option right now. So thank you to everybody at Canon for working really hard
and putting a lot of effort into these cameras, these products. I really enjoy it. I just wanted to say thank you, and thank you to all the camera companies and all the filmmaking companies. Thank you for making amazing products that make our lives as
creatives a lot more easy and more fulfilling
when we can do just like really, it’s really great, it’s mind-boggling to
think how much you can get out of this little camera. I remember the very first time
I picked up a video camera, it was like recording onto tape and we were filming skate videos, and just, it looked horrible. If you look at the footage
now, it looks like garbage. And now this camera, which is
smaller than that handy cam does really, really
high-quality, incredible footage. So yeah. If you haven’t used the EOS
R, recommend checking it out. Check out the discounts on the store. If you’ve been looking
at any of my products, they will all be on sale
for the next two weeks. And let me know, what camera do you think is the most underrated camera
of 2019, and tell me why. I’m really curious to hear. I just love technology. I just posted on Twitter
the other day about, I don’t know what it is,
but I just get excited when new tech is announced. Even if it’s, it’s not
something that I want to buy or I’m ever gonna buy, but I just get excited when there’s these new innovations and
new technologies coming out. And that goes double for,
or triple, or quadruple for camera stuff, filmmaking stuff. I love when new technology
comes out for filmmaking. All right, that’s it for today. Canon EOS R, the most
underrated camera of 2019. See you guys. (mellow techno music)

100 thoughts on “THE MOST UNDERRATED CAMERA Of 2019

  1. Go check out the Pre-Summer SALE!!! I don't do big sales too often so I suggest buying stuff now 🙂 yayyy!

  2. That was a seriously long intro, more like a rant and sounded like a broken record with no organized points. Love your videos though.

  3. You got a very good point around 17:30 : Those old cameras that use tape are more worse than this for sure. For other points i and by the looks of it many have a sense that bias is a strong one.

  4. Love the EOS R got some great portraits with it but I was ultimately frustrated with accessibility to quick changes due to lack of buttons and strange design choices. I decided to sell all my Canon gear and now have a Panny S1 and A Nikon Z6 and only 3 lenses total . A few Profoto strobes and some modifiers and that is all I need. After 5 years of insanity swapping out gear and lenses, I decided less is more.

  5. This just felt like a paid commercial. TLDW: Canon is awesome because its free!(Yes free cameras are awesome but few are so lucky)

  6. I want to trust this review because you’re seriously one of the most watchable gear guys on YouTube. But the two cameras you love a lot are the free ones? Struggling with the coincidence…

  7. Codecs and how they actually work? In general I do agree but it was kind of miss leading in the comparison of the bit rates. And I really don't like Sony codex for editing because it takes a lot… being long gop

  8. This video is nothing but Canon fanboyism on the highest level. There is so much wrong I don't know where to start. It's really painful to watch thinking that some poor young folks believe that stupid bullshit and spent more than 2000 USD through his affiliate links where he clearly does not get paid like he described.

  9. I'd love to know if it's technically possible for Canon to add 120fps to the 1080 in firmware. If they did this I'd buy the R. Also I wish there was a simple way to switch from photo to video with your previous settings saved like Nikon do.

  10. It's not underrated. There's just better cameras out there. Not gonna say it's bad like most ppl. I think canon did a good job. It's just the competition did so much better. Kuddos to canon for the amazing rf glass tho

  11. You should check out the Z Cam E2. I'd never heard about it until last night, but it shoots 4K 120fps, 1080 240fps, Prores, 4:2:2 10bit and includes Z-log all the above internally. The price is 1,999USD.

  12. I've bought eos r and compared directly to my old 6d and in AFc burst my 6d was much better. I thought the image quality will be better but it wasn't that much of a difference. And as a photographer must say the raw files were almost twice as big as from 6d. Didn't like it, sold it. Bought new lens.

  13. Total camera and video noob still here but I am finding that bitrate + glass tend to be what really determines if I can get the 'look' I want. All things being equal, assuming someone knows their camera well enough, bitrate and glass over most other specs.

  14. yea my brother (also a filmmaker) and i went back and forth and couldnt agree on the next cam to get…so he went with the a7III and I went with the EOS R…we both made the right choice and can't see how the other is really that happy! lol

  15. I have the EOS R and shoot in CLOG. Wow! Blown away! I don’t even import to YT in 4K — Prores 422 1080 — amazing picture. Great video!

  16. Matti, I agree your thought. I am using C200 and EOS R. but I'm thinking S1H for 6K. Do you think S1H makes good cinematic image over c200 raw? When I used c100 and 5d mark 4, 5d can not beat c100 at all. dslr and super 35mm. I'm confuse S1H can makes cinematic image? sorry for not about eos r.

  17. Yeah you got paid by canon. Let me hear the real bad things about the camera and I will believe you.

  18. variable nd filter is such a cool thing to shoot video… oh, wait… this camera cant shoot proper video 🙁

  19. The entire video I felt like I was watching an infomercial trying to convince me to buy their camera…..

  20. "I've never been paid by Canon. They gave me these expensive cameras just because they love my eyes."
    You are so fake… So empty… So shallow… Can you even listen to yourself speaking?!?!?!?!?!?!?

  21. Its like i cant recomend the r when the a7iii is there plus you can pair a m50 with the a7iii to have a killer combo

  22. «Why I stuck with this camera over all of the other cameras…. …This whole time….» 0:43
    It has been only NINE MONTHS TOPS!

    «I have, to this day, never ever gotten paid, at all, zero dollars, from Canon….» 1:02
    Sounds like he is making it clear that he never got paid, AT ALL. That sounds like a denial of ever having received valuable considerations. Clearly, he has. He is either ignorant of what constitutes valuable consideration, or is deliberately deceiving his audience.

    «Not sponsored by Canon in any way….» 1:22
    Getting gear for free, getting a MUA for free, getting catering for free, getting use of a studio for free, getting a bottle of Gatorade for free… it is all sponsorship. Many charities get sponsored by being given a product to give away as a door prize. Even if you do not keep the product, you wee still sponsored, as the product was use to draw an audience.

    «In 2017 I made a video about the most underrated camera of 2017 …the Canon 6D mk II….» 2:11
    The other camera which he admits he got for free, (although he pretended to not quite remember for sure).

    I do not think he understands what Log is, (be it C-Log, S-Log, or otherwise), he does not really understand bit-rate, (although he did not do too a bad job of explaining it), and he certainly does not understand resolution, as their is no point in filming in FHD, editing in FHD, then uploading in 4k. Up-scaling does not produce more resolution nor detail. Putting 5 gallons of water in a ten gallon tank, filled with five gallons of rocks, does not mean you can support the same quantity of fish as a true ten gallon tank (of water) can.

    That is why most studios film in 6k-8k, edit in 6k-8k, then downscale the release in 4k, (or film/edit is 4k, then downscale the release in FHD). They get all the detail (not data) preserved. One can have more data and less detail, or more detail, and less data.

    He does not seem to understand why certain cameras have a crop in video, but most reviewers who mention video crop also do not understand. It is Mpx! FHD is 2Mpx, 4k is 8Mpx. if your camera (at 16:9) is not 8, or 36 Mpx, (about 11 or 44 Mpx at 3:2), then it cannot do full frame video without down-sampling, thus losing detail and colour accuracy. The Canon EOS R is a 30Mpx camera. Ergo, it cannot do full frame video, and must either crop, or down-sample.

    Speed-boosters cannot get rid of the crop. Speed-boosters do not change camera resolution.

    In addition, most of the reasons are either subjective, for video, or both. If the EOS R was being marketed as a cine camera, that would be okay, but it is being marketed as a DSC, which was not covered much.

  23. Getting a free camera = getting paid, fact! Also … 2019 is only half done, shilliest video I've seen in years

  24. The way I do it if I shot on 1080p – I would create a 4K sequence, edit it and export it as 4K quality. Looks dope too. Just another option/way of doing it. Personal preference

  25. I watched your video about the 6Dii and bought that camera and it was the most trash camera I ever used. Your video pushed me into wasting so much money lmao. Watching all your videos when you talk about cameras, it is clear that you're very bias when it comes to talk about Canon. Stop lying to the people Matti.

  26. Mikä on edullisin kamera mistä saa ulos puhtaan HDMI kuvan kuvankaappauskortille, entä edullisin kamera mikä tukee RAW videota HDMIn kautta? Tarkoitus olisi käyttää kameraa hyvillä objektiiveillä ( tai olemassa olevilla ) paikallisena suoratelluskamerana tietokoneelle.

  27. After said that, i want to know if you tried EOS R – P, this one has some specs very similar EOS R, for me EOS RP got the right price, Do you recommend the R-P?

  28. Matti, you are correct the EOS R is the most underrated camera of 2019 IF YOU have been given not just the camera body but also the top end glass. if you are honest that could add up to $10k very quickly. I have been a Canon shooter for last 28 years, i love Canon but i bought a Sony A7 iii , because i had to add the important thing called "cost" i needed bang for my buck, i felt i got that with the Sony. I have only had A7iii for a week but i feel i have the best spec camera at a fair price

  29. i think the most under-rated camera of 2019 is the fuji xt30. Usually the xt*0 version of the flagship is 90% of the original, just not WR and dual card but a lot cheaper. For example the xt10 and xt20 were amazing cameras for those who couldn't afford say the xt2 or xt1. At $899 the xt30 brings a lot to the table.

  30. because EOS R is better color science and user friendly ergonomics on the body vs other camera its to complicated lol. 😛

  31. Why don't you use canon's already excellent cropped lenses for it the 10-22 10-18 stm (small Light) then the 17-55 2.8 IS With the ND adaptor it should be a video killer. Also if you wanna rack focus than the 18-35 1.8 is a great option the AF may be off for it though tests i did seemed to work. So personally I don't think the 4K is so crippled…. you know if super 35 Is good enough for most Oscar Nominated films. I am sure people can do fine with this. combined with the atomos 5 this is a powerful tool right under peoples noses. excited for the pro body thats coming . This all said I am happy with my 6d MK2… for now.

  32. Hey Matti what do you think the best camera for stills is?
    Also, u have reviewed the fuji xt3 and xt30 in the past and given them amazing reviews, but then there was no mention of them on ur channel, what is the reason u won't consider an xt3 over the a7iii that u got?

  33. "I actually pride myself in saying I've never been paid by Canon"… but they did send me this $2000 camera for free that I am now proclaiming as the MOST underrated camera of 2019 barely half way through the year.

  34. Matti Canon EOS M50 could be the most underrated camera as well. I used it and had a great experience with it. Your stuff is amazing and I'm glad that I found you. Thank You!

  35. BUT… if you get the new RF 15-35 you can't use the ND adaptor. That's my struggle now. I'm really liking Canon's EF 24mm 2.8 IS for handheld outdoors along with the ND adaptor. It's pretty perfect.

  36. Panny GH5 with a speedbooster maybe one day Canon or other companies can catch up. Wait what year was the GH5 released?

    BTW as much as I think that you and Peter McKinnon push Canon a little too hard, I do completely love your videos and feel you both provide quite a lot of entertainment as well as knowledge for us people watching youtube. Been subbed to you both for a while!

  37. Hey guys, I know it is out of topic, but I would like to know your opinion… What is the best budget full frame camera for video in 1080p 🙂 mostly use in low light? I am thinking about Canon 6D or Sony a7 ii. Any suggestions and tips highly appretiated !! Thank you 🙂

  38. A lot of hate on this video for some reason. The only thing bugging me is everytime you say "EOS R" you dont pronounce the "O". So it comes out "ES R". Haha either way love the videos man.

  39. Hi Matti, what you think about Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8 L USM II vs USM III. Have you tried both versions on Eos R? Which do you prefer? Is it true that the III is really much sharper?

  40. If Canon gave me an R… I guess I could learn to like it also… but, R is slow (FPS) finicky, has that slider bar… lenses that are way too big and heavy (small size is one reason to go mirrorless…) no mode dial.. At this point Nikon is better. Better shop around before dropping that kind of cash IMHO…..

  41. I’m right there with you. I just sold the Z6 because I was always grabbing for the EOS R. It just flat out feels good! It’s a great mate to my little M-50. When I get serious, I use RED!

  42. I really love this camera, actually Iam using this camera only for photography, 5655 focus points never seen any camera, but I don't know about of 4k exporting future, I will start shoot video with full bit rate, thank you @matti

  43. You're one of the first to say its a great video/camera haha.

    I'm currently thinking of getting rid of my 2 gh5's just for 2 things. 1.a good AF 2. Color science

    Currently only shooting podcasts so idc at all about ibis and i always need to be depending on AF cause i'm a solo shooter and on the gh5, it's never in focus or always fucking up.

    THANKS for confirming my interogations!

  44. Hi Mattie thank you for such great and informative video. I just bought Eos R + Atomos ninja V and i have some questions. I know i can output 10bit 25p 4k. But when i try to do 1080p 25p out it wouldn’t let me it only outputs 1080 50p. So therefore the EOS R cannot output 1080 at 25fps to the Atomos is that correct? Thank you so much in advance. I have been trying to make it output 25p for hours and still couldn’t do it 🙏🏻

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