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How do you know which shutter speed will provide a sharp hand-held shot? With digital cameras, the best way to find out is to just experiment and look at the results on your camera's rear LCD screen (at full zoom). If a properly focused photo comes out blurred, then you'll usually need to either increase the shutter speed, keep your hands steadier or use a camera tripod.




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Perhaps more significantly, the R7 can shoot 15 frames per second with full AF using its mechanical shutter, which means there'll be no rolling shutter concerns (and it's not so long since Canon's flagship sports model shot at a comparable rate). Notably, the EOS R7 has a larger image buffer than the R10, making it more practical for shooting bursts of action.


The video specs of the EOS R7 are improved over the R10 and over cameras that used the previous versions of the 32.5MP Canon sensor. The biggest difference is that, as well as being able to shoot oversampled 4K at up to 30p, using the full 7K area of the sensor, it's also able to capture sub-sampled (probably line-skipped) UHD 4K at up to 60p from the full sensor width.


It only took a couple of hours of shooting before a finger on my grip hand developed a blister...The electronic shutter exhibits rolling shutter effects that will make fast-moving objects look smeary and weird...The reliability is not ironclad like with the R3. Even when I see the subject being tracked in the viewfinder, the resulting sequence of images will still have some that are out of focus...[Dial arrangement] is one of the most significant pain points for me...Low light performance is not on the same level as a newer full-frame Canon camera...


K27: The R7 is really a 15 fps camera - unless you like your world leaning sideways due to rolling shutter effects. As I said before, non-sport photographers can easily "make do" with 5 to 8 fps (which is actually faster than dedicated sports film cameras were capable of back in the film era) and all the IQ advantages of a FF sensor. Canon will I'm sure sell some R7s but it's a niche camera. There are at least seven full-frame mirrorless cameras that are either cheaper or around the same price as the R7. For general (non-sport) photographers, full frame simply gives them more "bang for the buck" image quality.


"no stacked sensor so it's not a sports/action camera, this dpr review makes that clear"And yet many people will successfully use it for wildlife / sports / action as they did the 7D and 7Dii before it. Remember neither of those focused as fast or shot as fast as the 1D models released around the same time.Also this from the DRP initial review "Perhaps more significantly, the R7 can shoot 15 frames per second with full AF using its mechanical shutter, which means there'll be no rolling shutter concerns (and it's not so long since Canon's flagship sports model shot at a comparable rate). "


@MILCmanIn case you missed it the first time, from the DPR initial review"Perhaps more significantly, the R7 can shoot 15 frames per second with full AF using its mechanical shutter, which means there'll be no rolling shutter concerns (and it's not so long since Canon's flagship sports model shot at a comparable rate)."You are obsessed with the ekectronic shutter and fair enough, which other camera at this price point can give you 30fps with full af, but its not the only way to shoot the camera and 15fps is nothing to sneeze at. As you said brand obsession clouds peoples thinking and if you could pull your head out of the Sony tinted clouds for a minute you might see that the R7 looks like a pretty good camera.


Me and lots of other people have shot sports with d5s and 1dx successfullly both shoot mechanical and dont have stacked sensor so if you think you its a must to shoot without mechanical shutter your knowledge about sportphotography is pretty limited . If you want to have something new, Continue with Canon and/or have lots of Canon ef or rf glass its a good option


The chart below shows the approximate number of shots you will be able to take with a fully charged LP-E8 battery, according to the user manual. Notice that the life of the battery decreases at lower temperatures (this is true of most lithium-ion rechargeable batteries). Also battery life significantly decreases when using live view mode, movie mode or the built-in flash.


The last decade has produced very good horror movies like Hereditary (2018), The Witch (2015), The Conjuring (2013), and Get Out (2017). These titles, with their clever plots, historical references and social commentaries, have brought the whole genre up from a deep dark hole into the spotlight while still successfully eliciting fear for brilliant entertainment.


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