03-25-2023 12:04 AM
Hey guys, I'm looking to upgrade my 6D to a new model of anything at this point and interested in the R8 that will be released. It's really important I'll be able to shoot 5 bracketed shots and all the info I'm able to find so far has been confusing. What I've read on the specs for other this and other R series cameras is they do ±3 brackets. I assumed they wouldn't be able to do more than that however after some sleuthing turns out they can do more. Do all R series cameras have the option to bracket 3,5, and 7 shots?
03-25-2023 07:15 AM
Are all R Series bodies capable of bracketing up to 7 shots? There are now a lot of different bodies from Canon. I would expect it from all of the full frame bodies. It is best to download the manual for any camera body that peaks your interest to be sure.
03-25-2023 11:37 AM
Would that be different from the spec pdf found on the Canon website?
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