Ricoh Caplio R6 Q&As
Announced Mar 5, 2007 •
7 megapixels | 2.7″ screen | 28 – 200 mm (7.1×)
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By: andrewperk (3 months ago)
Posted to: Sony Alpha Full Frame E-mount Talk
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...
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?
I am considering the move to full mirrorless from R6 & 90D. Selling my 90D for an R as my second body for a sports kit. I am guessing the R is superior in every way except continuous shutter speed and battery life. I get over 1,200 shots out of the 90D on game night. I have one concern and that is the 90D has higher MP and .6 more reach the R6 doesn't and I find the 70-200 is a little short even on the 90D at times. Maybe the R5 would be better cuz I could punch in??? What a dilemma. My cost...
Hi all, I am currently an original 6D and 7D shooter looking to upgrade to one camera. I use the 6D for everything except wildlife and use the 7D for that with a Sigma 150-600 C. My hit rate on AF with the 7D combo for BIF has always been really low despite the focus point being on the bird most of the time. It seems that the camera or lens cannot keep up. I was considering upgrading to the R6 to replace both of my cameras and to solve this problem, but the cost may be too much for me. I am...
By: Howlin Dawg (3 months ago)
Posted to: Canon SLR Lens Talk
My current Canon rig is a 5D3 with the EF f/2.8 trinty glass. My requirements have changed and I'm looking to downsize, both in terms of bulk and weight, and reckon the R6 with the f/4 trinity glass would better suit my needs my needs. My question is as follows, Is there any information as to when Canon are likely to offer an RF version of the 16-35, 24-70, 70-200 f/4 lenses? Obviously I can buy EF glass with the adapter but if there's likely to be RF versions in the next 12-18 months I'd be...
By: Geronimo73 (3 months ago)
If you have Tamron or Sigma stabilized lenses, assuming that they work at all on the new bodies, have you tried them out on your R5 or R6? Any problems relating to stabilization? I assume there would be no coordination, which is OK if Canon just says "unrecognized lens" and turns its own IBIS off, letting you still benefit from the lens's IS. If it says "unrecognized lens" and keeps its IBIS on I would anticipate undesirable interaction. But in that last case perhaps turning off the third...
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