09-30-2021 02:09 AM
09-30-2021 03:17 AM
I can't find any information online about a "13-55mm sigma lens", so I don't know. But I would guess that it's a crop lens, in other words a lens that only covers APS-C. Since the EOS RP is full frame, the full sensor area isn't covered by the lens, so the camera can only record in crop modes.
You need to watch out for this when using third-party lenses; use a lens with full frame coverage if you want to record non-cropped. RF-mount lenses should be fine. EF-mount lenses, you need to check.
10-02-2021 10:16 AM
I am not familiar with that lens.
If it is a lens made for APS-C bodies, then might explain some of the issue. Even if the lens is made for APS=C bodies, it will most likely have the standard EF mount, not the modified EF-S mount which the camera can detect. In other words, the camera will most likely not be able to detect an APS-C lens is being used because the mount is the standard EF mount.
When you shoot stills with the lens, do you see severe vignetting around the edges of the image? Do you have to go into the menu and tell the camera to use crop mode? I would expect that you would, and should.
Also, I seem to recall seeing video reviews on YouTube describing some of the limitations in the video modes when using EF-S lenses.
10-02-2021 04:02 PM
Actually, I would guess that the camera is detecting that the lens is APS-C; that would explain why the full-frame options are greyed out.
It is a Sigma lens. Like all third party manufacturers, they only use one mount for Canon, the full frame EF mount. Why bother with tooling up for a different size mount when the EF will work just as well? They don't.
Only Canon makes an actual EF-S moiunt, which the cameras seem like they can detect. The cameras could go by the reported model number, but that would mean keeping an internal database of every lens made. It would also obsolete any new lens releases. It is much simpler to just detect the EF-S mount.
10-02-2021 04:11 PM
EF-S is a mechanically different mount, which allows the lens rear element to protrude back into the camera. I've seen no evidence that the data protocol changed between EF and EF-S. Telling the camera what the sensor coverage is would be part of the data protocol, and there's no reason EF lenses can't do that.
That would explain the OP's problem, which is "... but the settings grayed out any HD settings besides cropped 4K and 720p".
10-02-2021 05:58 PM
I still think your camera is behaving as it was designed.