Canon EOS RP – More Than a Full Frame M50? (Review & Comparison)

Canon EOS RP – More Than a Full Frame M50? (Review & Comparison)

Review of the Canon EOS RP & comparison to the Canon EOS M50 for autofocus performance, low light, image quality, battery life, ergonomics, & video capabilities.

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Table of Contents:
0:54 – Feature Comparison to EOS R
1:04 – The EF to RF Lens Mount Adapter
1:22 – Manual Focus Guide & Sensor Protector Removed
1:46 – Minor Design Changes, But Still Good
2:55 – Image Quality & Dynamic Range on the EOS RP
3:11 – Is It Fast Enough for Sports & Wildlife?
3:24 – Unlimited Buffer in Burst Mode
3:35 – Some Notes on Eye Tracking & AF Speed
4:05 – Who Is the EOS RP For?
4:24 – Battery Life
4:47 – Video Quality & Autofocus
5:20 – EOS RP Ergonomics & Touch Screen
5:50 – Some Notes on the Kit Lens (RF 24-105 f/4)
6:22 – Is the EOS RP a Good Value? What about 6D Mark II?
6:45 – Comparison to Canon EOS M50 Starts
6:55 – M50 Ergonomics & Touch Screen
7:15 – Video Features Comparison
7:34 – Burst Shooting & Autofocus Comparison
8:19 – Eye Detection Limitations on M50
8:40 – Video Autofocus Slightly Slower
9:05 – Low Light Comparison
9:30 – Battery Life on the M50 vs the EOS RP
9:56 – Image Quality Comparison
10:25 – Price Comparisons Between Bodies & Kits
11:05 – Audio Quality & Features Comparison
12:05 – EOS RP Now Has an Active Audio Level Display
12:23 – HDMI Comparison: RP Has Clean Out & No Record Limit
12:52 – EOS RP Is an Awesome Live Streaming Camera
13:19 – EOS RP Has USB Charging – M50 Does Not
13:39 – M50 Tripod Issue
13:57 – RP Has Better Interval Shooting Options (Time Lapse)
14:11 – Silent Shooting Limitation Still Exists on Both
14:35 – Custom White Balance Is Still Terrible on Both
15:08 – Conclusion: Which Camera Is Right For You?

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