stevvi

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  • I don't know about yours but my Kirk base plate is designed with a loop specifically so you can attach a strap to it. Base plate means tripod and strap. More importantly, it's more comfortable ...
  • Hmm... then attach your "perfect design" (did you mean Peak Design?) strap as I do with one end attached to your tripod plate. That way the lens will point downwards and nothing should interfere ...
  • So you're saying you only want the sensor to react to your eye and nothing else? I think you're just going to have use the on/off switch.
  • I don't quite understand the problem. I have an R5 with Screen/Viewfinder display set to AUTO2. When the camera "goes to sleep" if I immediately activate the sensor it "wakes up". But if I do ...
  • Excellent. Thank you so much for providing the data to prove my point :-)
  • Maybe if you look at the card's real world sustained write speed rather than it's headline/burst speed, perhaps you'll find the answer there... especially as the R5 writes to a CF Express card at ...
  • Heh... I really don't think it's useful to go into every tiny step of taking the card out of the camera etc. Maybe we should just agree that my way is simpler for me, and your way is simpler for you? ...
  • Yes, but you have stated that you think the R5 's WRITE speed to an SD is "limited by the camera". I was replying to this statement of yours about the R5 and am interested to know why you think ...
  • The thread is about the data transfer speed of the R5 when connected by cable to a computer. As is evident it can handle a CF Express card as well as a card reader. Are you saying it can't handle ...
  • As said above, I used "headline speeds" and clearly stated "Obviously real world speeds differ and I'm only pointing out that the camera is actually a pretty good card reader". I'm not sure where ...
  • Yes, but the OP is talking about an RP with USB 3. USB 3 has a headline speed of 625MB/s whereas an average SSD writes at about 400MB/s. Of course, if you're using an NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD then it's ...
  • Got it... but in this case the OP would be using the RP's USB 3 so, as I understand it, either the SD card or the hard disk the files are being transferred to are the slowest components involved.
  • Maybe having a desk to temporarily put the camera on is a luxury? I'm all for people doing as they see fit but just wondered their logic for doing so, even if it's "because that's what I've always ...
  • About 2... on my R5 the SD card is the slowest link in the chain, not the camera, as the CF Express card is much quicker. I think you'll also find that most hard disks have a slower write speed ...
  • 1. Take the card out of the camera, put it in the card reader, transfer photos, take card out of card reader, put back in camera. 2. Plug in camera, transfer photos, unplug camera. I'm having real ...
  • Why would anyone want to buy a card reader and remove the card from the camera when there's no need as the camera is already a card reader?
  • Right, so for mechanical we have better bokeh at 1/1000+ and for EFCS we have no shutter shake at about 1/100. Other than that Canon rates the R5 at 500k shutter actuations. To me that seems about ...
  • Why do you think EFCS is the way to go?
  • Thanks. Unavailable in the UK, it seems :-(
  • Did you get the 2250 mAh ones? They don't seem to sell them in the UK and I can't see them on the Neewer website at all, only the 2000 mAh version.
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