Canon 5D Mark IV or Canon EOS R6

1 year 4 months ago #695784 by Johan Alonso
If you had EF glass, and needed a new camera would you pick up a Canon 5D Mark IV or would you just take the dive into mirrorless and pick up the R6 with EF lens mount?  The 5D I can pick up used, the R6 (if I can find one) will be bought new and would cost more AND I would have to invest in a EF to RF mount adapter.   

I feel the R6 is more future proof and I can slowly start investing in RF lenses as I can afford.  

Hmmmmmmm

What would you do?


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1 year 4 months ago #695821 by maxbe
Hello Johan,
I will choose Canon EOS R6.


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1 year 4 months ago #695825 by saponcpa
Canon R6 around price $2499 but it's better for photography. Now as to your wish. 


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1 year 4 months ago #696312 by Naheed
Canon EOS R6 is a mirrorless camera. This camera has everything you needed. It has a fantastic image quality, awesome IBIS, awe-inspiring AF system, great ISO performance, dual card slots, fast shutter speeds, a very good EVF and rear LCD, and top of the line ergonomics/controls.


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1 year 3 months ago #698276 by [email protected]
I just sold my D5 and bought the R6. Auto focus is great, lighter. Happy I changed.


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9 months 2 weeks ago #713839 by Lawrence Scofield
We to was considering this. However my wife just bought a R6. It blew her away with how crisp and detailed it was, let alone quite and fast. The new AI for animal and human was awesome. I would invest in the R6 with the adapter, I think you will be more than happy. Next up the R5 :)


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