Ricoh Caplio R6 Q&As

Announced Mar 5, 2007 •
7 megapixels | 2.7 screen | 28 – 200 mm (7.1×)
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Recently bought an EOS R6, tested out adapting my "EF 70-200 F4 IS USM" and it does not do 12fps. "Advanced User Guide” on page 851/872 states that this lens support 12 shots/sec continuous shooting. My battery is also on full, its not an issue with the camera since I put on the 50mm with same settings and it shot 12fps. Is this a bug? or is it just my settings? Pls help.
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As  sports photographer and someone who has just ordered an R5, I am stewing over the R6 greater number of focus points and the lack of  "anti-alias filter. I am really beginning to rethink my purchase since I will never use 8k video, and don't need or want to use CFExpress cards. Q: ARE THE FOCUS POINTS AN ISSUE FOR FAST ACTION PHOTOGRAPHY?
By: Joshua Daniel (2 months ago)
Posted to: Canon EOS R Talk
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Can someone please say about  canon eos r5 with sigma 150 to 600. Will the auto focus be as good as the rf lenses? What about image quality? And someone said canon eos r body can’t hold the weight of sigma 150 to 600 is it true and how to deal with it . Please someone explain
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I guess I am over sensitive to low light picture noise.  This means I do not shoot at setting above ISO 800.  This means I end up shooting primarily with fast prime lenses. I was curious about EOS R5 noise performance when shooting using medium quality jpgs.  How high can you go in ISO performance before noise becomes visible?  I am curious about the quality of the size reduction algorithms.  Do they improve low light sensitivity? most color noise should be significantly reduced. Trying to...
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How will a non IS lens like the Canon EF 100 2.8 Macro work with the R6 and IBIS. My reason for asking is that if the IBIS can work my macro I could avoid or delay upgrading to the L version until an RF version is available. Is the EF to RF adapter the same one for both the EOSR and R6?
By: Pocket Lint (2 months ago)
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Question to those who have been accustomed to the high megapixel sensors in the last few generations of cameras, would you consider getting a lower megapixel camera now in 2020?  I currently own and use a Canon 5D Mark IV, and before the pandemic started I was in the market for a new camera. I knew Canon had some new interesting cameras in the horizon (1DX Mark III, R5, R6, M6 Mark II) and have patiently been considering which one to get.  I love the robust build quality of the 1D series, the...
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Hi all, It so happened that I sort of inherited a 5D IV (was meant to be the family camera, then the owner suffered a wrist injury and finds it uncomfy to use the heavy and large body). I love the camera, especially the way it handles. Feels intuitive to me, despite being a professional tool. So now I'm free to use it. And here's something I'm wondering. Should I worry about carrying it around, taking it to various places, as an everyday camera of sorts? (Of course I have a powershot as well,...
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I would like to know if my extender EF 1, 4 x III is compatible with the new Canon R6 using the adapter for EF lenses? Any experience?
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Hello, I've been using a Canon 7d with my canon glass for a while now, haven't really looked into the newer cameras until recently. I've been looking to buy a used Canon full frame camera such as a 5d mk ii or 6d. But it appears mirrorless is the way everything is moving. Now I cannot afford the new Canon mirrorless, such as the eos R, R5, or R6. I have a budget of around 700 bucks and I can get a couple of deals on a used A7II with sigma MC-11 adapter to use my canon glass on it. I only have...
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On my relatively inexpensive M50, I can choose my Shutter speed before and even during video recording.   Is this called "Shutter Priority"?  I ask because I am reading that the R6 does not have this feature.  Is this true? Also during recording on the M50, I can choose my ISO, or set a range that it can automatically use and set itself during the recording....I believe the same for ISO.  Does the R6 have this feature too?
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