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Simply put, we would not recommend the EOS RP for anything but occasional, casual video capture. The crop-in while shooting in 4K makes it very difficult to shoot anything wide-angle, you don't get Dual Pixel AF and you end up with footage that's worse quality than many cameras that have smaller APS-C sensors. Switch down to 1080p and you get your wide-angle back as well as excellent autofocus, but the quality is merely so-so and you don't have an option to shoot at 24 frames per second, only 30. The 4K footage is only offered at 24p, so it's essentially impossible to inter-cut the two video formats if you so desired.* Lastly, the rolling shutter effect is, well, extreme on the RP in 4K, which could ruin all types of footage if you're not careful.

This is all a shame, because the RP would handle really quite well as a stills / video hybrid. The fully articulating touchscreen makes it easy to adjust settings and tap-to-focus, there are headphone and microphone ports, and HDMI out is offered. Alas, the mediocre video quality is just too hard to ignore.

*Cameras outside North America will shoot both 4K and 1080 at 25p