Canon EOS R: Things Nobody Is Talking About
Instead of a review of the Canon EOS R I decided to present the features I think went mostly unnoticed and was pleasantly surprised by. Including some tips & tricks for focusing and customization.
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Table of Contents:
0:33 – Point Form Review of the Canon EOS R
1:42 – Why the EF Mount Adapter Offers a Terrific Value
2:17 – EF-S Lenses Could Offer Better Quality on the EOS R
2:56 – Test Footage: Sigma 18-35mm vs Canon 24-70mm
3:15 – Adapted Lenses Are Big & There’s No IBIS
3:48 – The Canon EOS R Is the Best Mirrorless at Manual Focusing
4:06 – What is Canon’s Focus Guide & How to Enable It
5:24 – No Joystick on the EOS R, but the Touch Screen Is Great!
5:40 – How to Enable Direct AF Point Adjustment on the D-Pad
6:30 – Things I Would Change with the Button Layout
6:55 – The Canon EOS R Display Customization Is the Best Around
7:04 – How to Configure Screen Display Info on the EOS R
8:05 – Configuring the Histogram & Its Disappearing During Record
8:26 – Final Thoughts: Positive Reinforcement Is Good
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