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    If most of your gigs are stills first, video second (or not at all) the R5 looks pretty spicy. Even more so if having a proper human focus puller isn't likely and you need to lean on the auto focus.

    If motion content is your primary deliverable and you're working with a 1stAC/puller, then why take on the overheating issue?

    Since the RedOne shook up the industry, many of us have pointed to Canon as the logical candidate to compete in the space. Don't know if it was RED's patent, internal politics at Canon, or something else but they still seem to not fully understand our needs. That said, it should be fun to grab some oven mitts and see what the R5 can do ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kemalettin Sert View Post


    I've been trying to track these samples down everywhere! thanks! here's a rough grade of a few of them.














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    link to more Canon EOS R5 footage

    https://drive.google.com/uc?id=1puJv...xport=download
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kemalettin Sert View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by rand thompson View Post

    Nice!

    ...Any chance for some thumbnails? (I'm on a crap internet connection, and I'd hate to download a shot of a chart.)

    They may have gotten lucky with cloud cover or had a big ol' diffusion, but those edits of the beach shots look reallllly good to me, Rand...
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    Canon EOS R5 Night Mode Camera Review


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    Mike,


    I exported 5 .TIFF files of the 5 images I graded above which will be 256MB, is that too big for you or do you need for me to go smaller? I'm downloading the other files now.


    253MB
    https://we.tl/t-pxLeLuDI69
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    I wanted to get the full res 8K .CRM to mess with. Started downloading the smallest now (the ~600meg one), and I'll leave the others to download overnight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike P. View Post
    I wanted to get the full res 8K .CRM to mess with. Started downloading the smallest now (the ~600meg one), and I'll leave the others to download overnight.
    Alright then.
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    From the 8K CRM file I linked to above in post #103,Graded in ACEScct. I had to use DCI 4K instead of 8K in the project settings because of the "GPU Out of Memory" error that kept coming up in Resolve 16.2.4.













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    Having a play with the 8K files shot by Moc/Hoang Nguyen that Kemalettin linked to above -









    Can't say I'd choose to deal with the quirks of that particular camera or workflow, but I like overall quality of the images it can capture.


    Didn't realize the footage was from an actual ad - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97Gm1ui9W_U
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