You will probably break and fail before it does. This is not a problem to use different focal lengths as long as the same aperture is used AND the camera/target distance is changed accordingly. I hear those brides can get pretty crazy when the sh!t hits the fan. Größere Hände freuen sich über die optionale Grifferweiterung EG-E1, mit der dann auch wirklich alle Finger festen Halt am Gehäuse finden. 70-300mm zooms are incredibly popular, particularly for travel. Have fun and good luck. These are now all in the "entry" price range. Eeeaaasssyyy for Nikon to update the D500 to the not-so-new D7500's functionality. I understand there are other cam's with other pro's and cons.Reading this forum amuses me: so many opinions, people who never ever touched the cam. The term professional applies to someone who is making a living from photography that is the definition. Exactly. Even my D7500 can do this. Ein kleiner Nachteil gegenüber der großen Schwester ist die minimal geringere Empfindlichkeit des AFs, die bis -5 EV statt -6 EV geht, was immer noch sehr gut ist (Voraussetzung ist allerdings ein Objektiv mit Lichtstärke 1:1,2). Btw I shot for a long time with Canon pro bodies and I still have a 1DX collecting dust on the shelf. No, save us from cynical naysayers and pessimistic losers. The RP is not a bad camera as such but is slow to use. @entoman Read the thread, please. You don't make any logical sense and you gamble a lot. 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. Haptics, ergonomics and lens selection are the most important criteria when making a camera choice in 2019. You are an absolute tool. You either are a pro and you have a job and make money, or you don't. The A9 expands creativity when compared to the 1DX or the D5 at so many different levels it is not even funny. This is a very artful series in its larger social comment. No. I am fully expecting to call BS on their noise measurements. I have no doubt that the RP could handle more than you think. Doch zurück zur Canon EOS RP im Test. That's missing the point. You suggest that someone should rent to own a highly expensive camera that they cannot afford and to pay off that camera with jobs they do not have. The Leica Q2 Monochrom is a version of the Gold Award-winning Q2 that only shoots images in black and white. I am not here anyway to convince you or argue with you, as you seem to lack any form of mental flexibility to grasp simple facts that deviate from your own mindset. Deutlich geringer fallen dafür die Datenraten aus, sie betragen bei der EOS RP in der Spitze 120 MBit/s. In addition to the 23mm and 33mm F1.4 lenses it announced for Fujifilm cameras, Tokina has also unveiled a 17–35mm F4 lens for Canon EF and Nikon F mount camera systems. If you happen to be shopping for a photographer this season, we've got some gift ideas that we think will help enable and enrich this pursuit. BWAAAHAAAHAAAHAAA! Guess you would like to have noise reduction baked into raws.... Just got mine a day ago. I can get better IQ with far more enjoyable cameras. I get paid for photography it’s where I make 100% of my income. it is about getting results. They use what they need to get the results people pay them handsomely for. Those who used them like them and those who have never held them don't like them. Meh, mirrorlesses were the oddballs before but not exotic. Depends who’s using the camera. MwSt. Especially with old manual lenses and Canon EF through adapter. Both cameras and lenses are losing their value over time and they brake, they get stolen, they need to be serviced, they become obsolete or at least outperformed by the newer stuff that you'll wish to upgrade to. If you were a serious pro, then you would easily make enough money for all the proper tools, while renting everything for one season. You can live in a cave and draw pictures on the walls with a rock, if you like it. Which is why professional tools cost more. Dem Trend folgend hat Canon den Augen-Autofokus gegenüber der EOS R verbessert. For sport what matters the most is speed and best AF, and in that regard nothing comes close to the A9. - Art is very subjective. Yes, adapters exist. Not everyone is. Still, surely the absence of a mirror should have been mentioned in the specification if for no other reason than to warn the reader that an adaptor may be needed. Oh and Michael were the hell did you see that packed, the cheapest I could get that package would have been £1250. You also have a spare if one fails. And though its specifications aren't going to set the world on fire, the RP is a likable little camera with solid JPEG image quality that will be a fine photographic companion for casual users and those already within the Canon ecosystem looking for a compact second body. The current situation in Syria is a prime example. skip it. The end result of getting the photo of that decisive moment of a certain situation is probably more important than whichever brand one use. OK so it lets some people get into FF cheaply, other than that it's a missed opportunity: what Canon fans have been clamouring for is a FF rangefinder style camera. Regardless if EVFs do get there, they are not there yet and won’t be for some time. zxaar - what subject were those comments about? I think you will find it’s still good. For example select the RP and also the 5D Mark II and observe that the raw image quality rating is much better for the 5D Mark II, despite the sensor performance being worse. In that regard, this camera fails. I just like as you, choose to remain anonymous here. The EF-GFX Smart Expander makes it possible to use nearly any EF lens — even third-party lenses — to work with Fujifilm's GFX mirrorless cameras. Enjoy your A9 but I don’t agree with anything you have said. I've never been impressed by any mirrorless camera, including all FF MILCs. Sealing only matters if the lens is sealed. Don’t you have a cat to photograph? Its price, the flippy screen, the friendly (for me) user interface, added the extra grip, the possibility to use all my EF lenses with a faster AF and the possibility to access the new RF lenses (I have already ordered the RF 50 f1.2 mint condition at eur 1450 on ebay) and the new firmware that improves the AF well, sealed the deal. Yes this camera will be suitable for professional work. But even more so because Sony fanb0ys are going to litter all of DPR with "but the a6400 does this and that so the camera you're talking about is crap.". 'What's the best mirrorless camera?' Like the Tesla driver cares. Ebenfalls etwas abgespeckt gegenüber der EOS R ist der OLED-Sucher: Er vergrößert 0,7fach (statt 0,76x) und stellt 2,36 Millionen Punkte dar (statt 3,7 Mio.). Why would you think that was a literal statement? The problem here isn't pixel count, it's readout design. I would never use my 6D to make make money professionally or call myself a professional if I'd make some money. You can't win this. The highest paid photographers don’t use the most expensive cameras they use what best gets them the results that defines their style or approach. Lediglich 1500 Euro hat Canon für seine zweite spiegellose Vollformatkamera aufgerufen – 1000 Euro weniger als für die EOS R und eine Kampfansage an die Konkurrenz. @Karl:IQ seems to be a poor primary criteria in a time when pretty much all ILCs, including the RP, produce IQ capable of being printed at 24" x 36" with very little grain/noise vs. 645 film or sensors from just 5 years ago. Understand you’re just an anonymous guy who happens to show their crappy anonymous Flickr page. It migh be nice if DPReview could add numerical values to the bar showing RAW and JPG image quality in their "Conclusions" graphic. There's a difference, just like between a farmer and a homeless person. But it’s really pointless. It's a tool. These capable cameras should be solid and well-built, have both speed and focus for capturing fast action and offer professional-level image quality. There are plenty of professionals who learned their lessons the hard way. Negative Punkte wie die überladene und verwirrende Menüstruktur, die beinahe redundante Touch-Funktionalität oder das Fehlen einer Ladeschale im Lieferumfang können den überragenden Eindruck der Sony Alpha 7 III nicht trüben. I always found canons raw incredible bad for editing... especially with that dynamic range of the 6d sensor. Other features such as AF and burst you will find are pretty much on par, build is not but it will handle more than you think. It handled very much like a prototype camera in its beta phase and felt like this camera was rushed in its release. That tells really how all over the places you are.Btw: "The fact that you litter a Canon forum for an entry level mirrorless camera with your Sony mantra only enforces my earlier points" no, I am simply responding to your post:"Most Sony users are delusional hacks with an inferiority complex. I'm not familiar with the Canon brand nor its model coding. I think my 2 previous posts clearly express otherwise. No matter what, i cannot get excited about or use a MILC that has poor ergos.