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Re: Canon 5Ds R vs R5


Bruce n Philly wrote:
I'm a little late to this party, but....

I own both and when I got my R5, I immediately recognized the superior picture quality of my 5DSr. This is not a detail or sharpness issue. I don't know exactly what I see or don't see, but the pictures from the 5DSr and just so darned beautiful. Shooting flowers and gardens are the acid test for me.

Peace
Bruce in Philly.

I totally agree with the above analyis! I am not detracting from the progress from my 5DSr's. It is a minor/major issue for both a photographer and a "buyer"(@senior on fixed income_= I will say that ,if I was still working., I would be shooting mirrorless! ) To me...the workflow of "Selling", Authenticating, S&H, packing...fees.....? I really see NO radical increase over dlrls v. mirrorless. Just my HO.
I am a "tool guy mentality' more power!" aka...megapixels and how much detail they store in a raw format. Granted the new camera processors contain more IQ per mpx. AT THIS TIME..I just compared a side-by-side owner dslr and prospective buyer to mirrorless and looked to see if there was any "marked increase,"in IQ raw flies. This is leaving what the lense is contributing to the equation out. Yes I have factoed in the "weight" factor...So a dslr guy I am at the max weight wise with attached lens, mainly a zoom. Here weight wise.."less is more". And I welcome that factor! But the above "hassles" outweigh the negligible marked IQ difference per mpx. and increased expense of the switch..... Just me and my 50 years of shooting film, digital.

This is just "food for thought"!
Dan




Feb 16, 2024 at 04:23 PM
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Re: Canon 5Ds R vs R5


Bruce n Philly wrote:
I'm a little late to this party, but....

I own both and when I got my R5, I immediately recognized the superior picture quality of my 5DSr. This is not a detail or sharpness issue. I don't know exactly what I see or don't see, but the pictures from the 5DSr and just so darned beautiful. Shooting flowers and gardens are the acid test for me.

Peace
Bruce in Philly.

I totally agree with the above analyis! I am not detracting from the progress from my 5DSr's. It is a minor/major issue for both a photographer and a "buyer"(@senior on fixed income_= I will say that ,if I was still working., I would be shooting mirrorless! ) To me...the workflow of "Selling", Authenticating, S&H, packing...fees.....? I really see NO radical increase over dlrls v. mirrorless. Just my HO.
I am a "tool guy mentality' more power!" aka...megapixels and how much detail they store in a raw format. Granted the new camera processors contain more IQ per mpx. AT THIS TIME..I just compared a side-by-side owner dslr and prospective buyer to mirrorless and looked to see if there was any "marked increase,"in IQ raw flies. This is leaving what the lense is contributing to the equation out. Yes I have factoed in the "weight" factor...So a dslr guy I am at the max weight wise with attached lens, mainly a zoom. But the above "hassles" outweigh the negligible marked IQ difference per mpx. and increased expense of the switch..... Just me and my 50 years of shooting film, digital.

This is just "food for thought"!
Dan




Feb 16, 2024 at 04:22 PM
Danpbphoto
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Re: Canon 5Ds R vs R5


Bruce n Philly wrote:
I'm a little late to this party, but....

I own both and when I got my R5, I immediately recognized the superior picture quality of my 5DSr. This is not a detail or sharpness issue. I don't know exactly what I see or don't see, but the pictures from the 5DSr and just so darned beautiful. Shooting flowers and gardens are the acid test for me.

Peace
Bruce in Philly.

I totally agree with the above analyis! I am not detracting from the progress from my 5DSr's. It is a minor/major issue for both a photographer and a "buyer"(@senior on fixed income_= I will say that ,if I was still working., I would be shooting mirrorless! ) To me...the workflow of "Selling", Authenticating, S&H, packing...fees.....? I really see NO radical increase over dlrls v. mirrorless. Just my HO.
I am a "tool guy mentality' more power!" aka...megapixels and how much detail they store in a raw format. Granted the new camera processors contain more IQ per mpx. AT THIS TIME..I just compared a side-by-side owner dslr and prospective buyer to mirrorless and looked to see if there was any "marked increase,"in IQ raw flies. This is leaving what the lense is contributing to the equation out. Yes I have factoed in the "weight" factor...So a dslr gou I am at the max weight wise with attached lens, mainly a zoom. But the above "hassles" outweigh the negligible marked IQ difference per mpx. and increased expense of the switch..... Just me and my 50 years of shooting film, digital.

This is just "food for thought"!
Dan




Feb 16, 2024 at 04:21 PM
Danpbphoto
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Re: Canon 5Ds R vs R5


Bruce n Philly wrote:
I'm a little late to this party, but....

I own both and when I got my R5, I immediately recognized the superior picture quality of my 5DSr. This is not a detail or sharpness issue. I don't know exactly what I see or don't see, but the pictures from the 5DSr and just so darned beautiful. Shooting flowers and gardens are the acid test for me.

Peace
Bruce in Philly.

I totally agree with the above analyis! I am not detracting from the progress from my 5DSr's. It is a minor/major issue for both a photographer and a "buyer"(@senior on fixed income_= I will say that ,if I was still working., I would be shooting mirrorless! ) To me...the workflow of "Selling", Authenticating, S&H, packing...fees.....? I really see NO radical increase over dlrls v. mirrorless. Just my HO.
I am a "tool guy mentality' more power!" aka...megapixels and how much detail they store in a raw format. Granted the new camera processors contain more IQ per mpx. AT THIS TIME..I just compared a side-by-side owner dslr and prospective buyer to mirrorless and looked to see if there was any "marked increase,"in IQ raw flies. This is leaving what the lense is contributing to the equation out. But the above "hassles" outweigh the negligible marked IQ difference per mpx. and increased expense of the switch..... Just me and my 50 years of shooting film, digital.

This is just "food for thought"!
Dan




Feb 16, 2024 at 04:12 PM





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