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R5 video flickering

xyphoto
Apprentice

I saw my R6m2 has that function to detect and adjust the shutter speed to something like 1/59.8 while recording video. I wonder do we have similar function for R5?

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shadowsports
Legend
Legend

Greetings,

The R5 has an anti-flicker feature for stills shooting:

Canon : Product Manual : EOS R5 : Anti-Flicker Shooting (start.canon)

On the R5, in Movie Mode, the selectable shutter speeds depend on the selected frame rate.  To my knowledge, its not automatic like the R62.  I do not believe safety shift applies here.  Someone else who has the R5 is welcome to confirm.

~Rick
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