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Adorama has Canon EOS RP Mirrorless Full Frame Digital Camera Body w/ Accessory Bundle on sale for $999. Shipping is free. Thanks inquisitive

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  • Canon EOS RP Mirrorless Full Frame Digital Camera Body
  • Canon Mount Adapter EF-EOS R
  • SanDisk 32GB Extreme PRO SDHC Memory Card, UHS-I Class 10 U3 V30
  • Slinger SL-01 Photo Video Bag, Black
  • Adorama Slinger Digital Memory Card Wallet - Holds 12 Cards
  • ProOPTIC Complete Optics Care and Cleaning Kit
  • Green Extreme USB 2.0 Multi Card Reader, SD, Mini SD, microSD, Memory Stick (MS)
  • Corel PC Photo Video ART Suite 07 Software Kit
  • Slinger Rain Cover for Cameras with Lens up to 9" and Flash (2-Pack)


     
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Has anyone used CPW? What kind of stores do they work with?

I made a request online and got an email reply requesting additional info also stating that the store would contact me. It just brought back the memory of bait-and-switch and high pressure accessories selling tactic of the shady stores in the past.

What is your experience with CPW and its affiliates?
I've never worked with CPW but tried Greentoe before. None of the authorized dealer do the bait-n-switch type of thing so I'm not really worried. Check out the forum there see where do people get from
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I already have Canon lenses and a Sigma adapter, so the question for me is: How does the AF of the Canon RP + Canon Lens compare to the Sony A7iii + Sigma MC11 + Canon Lens? The Canon EF/R adapter seems to work 100%, from what I've read. Even if I didn't have a kit of Canon lenses, I still prefer Canon's color, especially for faces. Sony photos take me much more time to color correct than Canon photos.
The canon af better with canon lens vs the sony. It also depends on what type of glass. No difference if you use canon glass. Tamron and sigma works better on the canon body.
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The RP is just fine, stop the bickering about how it's inferior to Sony A7M3. IMO, if you have a budget, save a the ~$700, get the RP for $999, and spend serious money on lenses. That's all that matters. If you shoot with a kit f/4 - f/5.6 plastic lens without UD elements, you limit your possibilities...no matter which brand body you have.

If you have a Sony, spend your money on a 24-70 f/2.8 GM, of 85 f/1.4GM. Same for Canon R / RP, buy the RF 24-70 f/2.8 IS or the EF 85 f/1.4 IS. You results will be so amazing you'll forget that you ever cared that one brand's camera was a stop better than the other at 12800 ISO.
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I have both the EOS R and the A7III. The EOS R has sat on my shelf. I took it out for a shoot last weekend and was still disappointed. I bought it as a backup camera in case my a7iii went down. They aren't bad cameras, per se, but they don't hold a candle to the Sony's. Autofocus, low light performance, battery life, etc...Sony beats it in just about every category.
I'm not sure where you get your info from. I use Canon 5dm3 and I've done 4 photography trips this year to various exotic destinations with groups of pro photographers. Everyone says that DR on Sony is much better than Canon / Nikon but almost everyone says that autofocus on Sony is years behind Canon / Nikon. They also dont have positive things to say about battery life. No comment about low light performance since higher DR might result in better capture of shadow areas.
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I'm not sure where you get your info from. I use Canon 5dm3 and I've done 4 photography trips this year to various exotic destinations with groups of pro photographers. Everyone says that DR on Sony is much better than Canon / Nikon but almost everyone says that autofocus on Sony is years behind Canon / Nikon. They also dont have positive things to say about battery life. No comment about low light performance since higher DR might result in better capture of shadow areas.
They may be referring to the a7ii or earlier generations of Sony cameras. Any Sonys made after the a6300 are typically class leading in terms of AF. Check any review of the a6400, a9, or a7riv, and you can read about the performance.

That said, this is a good deal on a solid cameras.
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Camera debates never end, but I did pull the trigger last night. $800 for a full frame camera is a steal. Argue me that. Smilie
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Pass don't need to use an adapter
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So what is your opinion of the RP?

for my purpose (I own a bunch of Canon EF lens), it's good, focus is good, jpeg OOC is good.

Single SD slot is bad.

I have small hand so it fits just fine. I like the LCD touch screen, the EVF is not as good as the sony, just usable.

for 850 it's a great deal, better than my a7II at 1k.

For casual everyday shooting, this thing sure beats the a7III, i just take all pictures in jpeg and call it a day, people over react to sony sensor, when you have bad lights things just go south real quick. so regardless of what camera, not much difference. especially when their sensor size is the same.
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I'm not sure where you get your info from. I use Canon 5dm3 and I've done 4 photography trips this year to various exotic destinations with groups of pro photographers. Everyone says that DR on Sony is much better than Canon / Nikon but almost everyone says that autofocus on Sony is years behind Canon / Nikon. They also dont have positive things to say about battery life. No comment about low light performance since higher DR might result in better capture of shadow areas.
canon had good AF in mirrorless after they develop their dual pixel focus. This happened around the canon SL2.

Sony a7II was the start of good AF for sony, the difference between the a7II and a7III with native E mount lens is minimal, the biggest difference was seen in adapted lens.

The DR difference is there, but so is the color profile, canon JPEG is still much better than sony right out of camera. if you take RAW and process, sony wins.

for 1k, this is a good body, canon adapted lens works just like native RF lens. that's the biggest selling point because canon lens are much cheaper than the native RF lens.

assuming you are spending 1k on the body, I'm not going to bet many will be willing to spend 3k for a lens.

This camera plus an STM 50mm 1.8 is a great combo, or even the 24-105 EF... or the 85 1.8... all good combo, for not much.

Nothing in this price range is going to be better than this canon RP. Don't throw the sony APSC in as a comparison, 2 different league in term of camera, you will never get the FF look out of an APSC camera.
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their testing methodology is extremely basic and almost useless. There is next to no quantitative analysis and they only do subjective tests in conditions where basically any modern camera will do well.

For example, i've read a few comments here that the rp is similar in quality to the a6400 or a6300. That's nonsense if you're looking to do low-light work. The rp's sensor is almost a full stop better in terms of iso performance. www.photonstophotos.net [photonstophotos.net] shows this in their quantitative testing.

However, if you're primarily shooting in good light and quick autofocus is your most important feature then a sony aps-c camera is the best bet (for the money). Or maybe the fuji x-t30.

Basically, the best camera (per dollar) really depends on what the person is looking to do. If class-leading autofocus and video performance are important then the rp is a poor choice. If an affordable camera for good low-light performance and good, but not great, autofocus is what you need then the rp should work well. The rp would be a great introductory nightscape or astrophotography camera, for example.
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Joke of a camera. The noise performance and dynamic range of a crop sensor camera with even less features and an expensive and limited selection of native lenses.
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The worst thing about this camera is the size! It's #### small! I went to the demo counter to check it out. It had the converter and ef 24-105 mounted, no extended grip mounted. It worked beautifully, quick AF and eye AF working right. I also had them mount a 70-200L 2.8 since I also own that lens, it did great, perfect exposure and AF. When I held it with one hand I was accidentally pressing the right side of the 4-way switch and the AF On! I do wear an XL glove, so if you have medium-size hands you're probably good. I'm really disappointed by the size I wanted to buy this camera for all my EF lenses. I have a 6D and like everything but the primitive AF system. A huge chunk of glass and a little lightweight camera with a small grip doesn't balance well. If I could get an optical viewfinder with the focus abilities of dpaf I would be set.
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So main differences in the eos r and rp? Im saving money and one is clearly a lot more expensive but as an amateur would i really need the r or is the rp enough. I have a t7i so either way its upgrading
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How well would this work with my Tamron 24-70 f2.8 w VC with a Canon adapter?

Bees using a EOS M5 with adapter and works pretty well but would like to go FF.
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Camera debates never end, but I did pull the trigger last night. $800 for a full frame camera is a steal. Argue me that. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
How did you do it at 800$? Can you kindly enlighten me? I am seeing 999$.
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