Ricoh Caplio R6 Q&As
Announced Mar 5, 2007 •
7 megapixels | 2.7″ screen | 28 – 200 mm (7.1×)
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By: Master619 (4 weeks ago)
Hi all, I'm using the R6, on firmware 1.1.1. I'm using two cards, and setting it up so that RAW images go in slot 1, and JPG images go to slot 2. All good, no problem there. Now I want to set it up so that every time I erase an image, it would erase both the RAW and JPG versions. In the menu C.Fn4 (custom functions 4), there is a default erase option like below I assumed the second option, [Erase] selected (without RAW or non-RAW specified) would erase both versions, but turns out it just...
By: Michelephoto13 (1 month ago)
I was reading DPReview review of the Nikon Z5 and compared images taken with Canon R5 and R6. I became concerned because I prefer the Nikon image. I like the way the blacks seem more distinct and clearer. Comments, thoughts? I really want to prefer Canon because I have a Canon R5 on order and have Canon Ef lenses....... Thank you for your consideration, Michele
By: D135ima (1 month ago)
Hi ! I just looked at R6 review from Potato Jet, and there was a lot of criticism about video shooting on this camera, most of all I was concerned about the autofocus behavior and crashes. Can anyone comment on this ? Was he just unlucky with the unit ? Does it have the wrong settings on AF, defective card ? Thanks to everyone who will answer and help figure this out.
By: Tommy S (1 month ago)
Halloo I am more and more into Canon R6 self-negotiation/self-persuasion area and I am trying to establish if there is any sense in trying to adapt EF lenses? From what I saw the RF lenses are far superior in terms of sharpness. Nifty Fifty EF is a sharpness tragedy. Can you help me with a list of fast (to F2.8) lenses to be considered with R6? --Tom S (Poland)http://justimpress.me
Has anyone used an R5 or R6 with older EF glass, I'm looking at its function with my 300mm f/2.8 L IS version 1. Its a 20 year old design, and when I used the EOS R on it the continuously running IS was an issue. Sounded like a train coming, undoubtedly ran down battery, and guessing wore down an already old IS motor. And yes, it still ran when I turned off IS on the lens. What I'm hoping for with the R5/6 is that if the body wants the lens IS to run constantly, I could still turn it off on...
By: Tommy S (1 month ago)
Hallo Canon shooters Let me introduce the reason I want to ask you some questions, with hope, they are going to be answered. I think Canon (R6 in particular) is able to solve all my issues as far as fast action/sports shooting for half of the Sony's budget. I am far from starting any war between the systems, but after having read so much about possible solutions I think I know the theory, but need some practical verification. I have been shooting sports/action for many years sticking to APS-C...
So.. here's my first world problem dilemma. I currently use the 24-105 EF with control ring adapter on my R6. I never really liked the performance of this lend on my 6D... seemed to always be kind of soft, and the f4 speed for indoors was always too slow. It seems to do better on the R6 in terms of better focus/sharper - so it is more usable. However, still kind of slow. I do have a great EF 85mm 1.8 and 50mm 1.8 for indoors if I need super fast. I also do own the RF 70-200. 24-105 is a good...
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