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  1. C200: I don’t shoot interview b-roll at 4K60 or 8K......

    I don’t shoot interview b-roll at 4K60 or 8K... and the R5 generally won’t overheat at 4K30. It does still have the 29:59 limit, but I’m normally starting and stopping more frequently than that...
  2. C200: The R5 isn’t a long-rolling camera... at least...

    The R5 isn’t a long-rolling camera... at least for me. It’s short b-roll stuff. I have the C300 MkIII for long rolling.

    I have a couple of native RF lenses... 24-105L and the 35mm macro. If the...
  3. C200: I’m invested enough in Canon glass and dislike...

    I’m invested enough in Canon glass and dislike third party hacky lens adapters enough that the FX6 and A7SIII were never really going to be my thing.

    The A7S3 also isn’t half the stills camera...
  4. C200: I'd agree. I've spent about a month and a half...

    I'd agree. I've spent about a month and a half with this duo and I'm finding the combo to be not only formidable image-wise, but seamless to move between. They both just feel so comfortable to shoot...
  5. C200: Absolutely nothing wrong with the C200. I just...

    Absolutely nothing wrong with the C200. I just had an opportunity to get the upgrade to the C300 Mark III, so I jumped. It's not really even an image thing... the images from both look fantastic to...
  6. C200: Dan, for what it's worth... EF to RF using a...

    Dan, for what it's worth... EF to RF using a Canon adapter is seamless. You really can't tell the difference between native RF and EF on the R5. If I bought a C70 (maybe someday) I'd probably get the...
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