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That Canon EOS-R5 and R6 overheating controversy may be slowly coming to a rest. We have both good and bad news:
Canon made the impossible become truth and they genuinely match the Sony cameras in terms of pure Image Quality. These are their best Photo Cameras ever made!
Dpreview tested the overheating issue and indeed found it crippling. The overheating clock is essentially running from the moment you turn the camera on. So even if you only check the menu or prepare the camera for the shooting or take some pictures this will eat up your video recording limit! DP says:
Not only does this make R5 a poor fit for many professional video shoots, it also means that you can’t depend on the cameras when shooting video alongside stills at, say, a wedding, which is a situation that the EOS R5 clearly is intended for. The cameras’ specs are rather over-ambitious.
I guess everybody now understand that if you are primarily a photo shooter you will be fine with those cameras. If you shoot video you better look elsewhere.
This images shows the new Sigma 85mm f/1.4 lens next to the Tamron 28-75mm FE lens. The lens will be available for Sony E and L-mount cameras.
Sigma will live stream the presentation of this new lens on August 6:
Well this ain’t going to be a lazy week! Above you can see the leaked image of a new Tamron 70-300mm F/4.5-6.3 Di III FE lens. This lens will be announced tomorrow (English press text on SAR). Tomorrow we will also get the new Olympus E-M10IV and the Olympus 100-400mm lens.
On August 6 we will get this new Sigma 85mm f/1.4 FE and L-mount lens:
The new Open Source digiKam 7.0.0 comes with Deep-Learning Powered Faces Management. All the info can be read here: digikam.org/news/2020-07-19-7.0.0_release_announcement/
Does it overheat? Check out the video to get the answer. But at the end this is indeed a GREAT camera from Canon!