11-19-2017 05:05 AM
I've been scouring reviews, and I have to ask, why is NOBODY mentioning what a pain the C200 is when changing settings? Switching between formats (RAW/MP4/100fps), I need to check frame rates (RAW will default to 50fps every time) and resolution (going from 100fps to RAW will default to 1920x1080), then adjust my shutter rate, relative exposure, and native ISO in certain circumstances. Oh, for a simple 1/2 'settings memory', as on my A7SII! Or a whole bank of customisable settings presets, recorded to 'My Menu' and accessible via a customised button. Picture it... 'Tung 50P RAW 1/100', 'Day 25P MP4 1/50', etc...
I made the suggestion to Canon, and their response was to save settings to the memory card. This is designed for transferring settings to another camera, you can only save one set, and it restarts the **bleep** thing. Not a solution! Do the 'experts at Canon' not know their own cameras?
Also: (a) Why isn't FUNC accessible by clicking the nipple, as on the C100? My one customisable button on the handgrip is now set to FUNC, so where's left for my beloved One Touch AF? (b) Why did they make it such that the top handle prevents the viewfinder from angling vertically? I love to 'look down' on my subjects, and having to hold the camera that little bit higher when using the VF is an arm-killer!
11-20-2017 05:45 PM
Design and functionality decisions are made by our corporate offices in Japan. We do take and use the input from our customers and members however when it comes to often requested features. We apologize if some of the functions on the EOS C200 are not situated in such a way which makes them easy to change.
11-27-2017 05:56 AM