Canon R5 vs Sony A7SIII vs 1dx Mark III - The Ultimate Video Shootout

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Re: Canon R5 vs Sony A7SIII vs 1dx Mark III - The Ultimate Video Shootout
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kevindar wrote:

cyberpi1 wrote:

Did some calculations. BH prices.

Sony:

A7Siii - 614gr, 3500$

A7Riv - 665gr, 3200$

Tamron 70-180mm 2.8 - 810gr, 1200$

Sigma 24-70mm 2.8 - 835gr, 1100$

CanonR5 - 738gr 3900$

Canon RF 24-70mm 2.8 - 900gr 2200$

Canon RF 70-200mm 2.8 - 1070gr 2600$

Total Sony: 2924gr, 9000$
Total Canon: 2708gr, 8700$

Having two cameras is always better than having only one. For the same price and almost the same weight of R5 + 2 zooms you can have A7Siii+A7Riv and 2 zooms (and one is only 20mm shorter, but A7Riv has more mp to crop).

For me - there's no competition right now. Sony is an obvious choice.

I think it becomes very tricky, once you try to compare equivalent lenses. certainly the tamron 70-180 is not equivalent to canon rf 70-200. You want to be fair about it, why dont you compare the sony 70-200 2.8 G and the the sony 24-70 2.8G?

You can also use the old canon EF mounts with adaptors like that excellent ef 24-70 2.8 or any of the 3rd party lenses.

Why should I compare Canon lens and GM? It’s only Canon fault that RF mount is closed for other manufacturers. 180mm and 200mm is really small difference. 70-200mm GM is better then RF, cause RF doesn’t have internal zoom. So 70-180mm tamron and 70-200 RF has a lot in common.

Old EF lens with adapted will add some extra weight again. Plus there’s no point of having mirrorless camera with DSLR lens.

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