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Re: R5 CFexress & SD Recommended Cards

I'm sorry you seem to be confused. We are referring to the Canon R5 and the 1dx mk iii. Both use CFexpress. 

 

I referenced the 1dx mark ii at the beginning because I remember a document just like the one John posted. It was very simular in nature.

 

But all this talking still does not get to the point of the original post. 

 

I'm looking for the samething John posted but the R5 version. 

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Re: R5 CFexress & SD Recommended Cards


@ImageAndFilm wrote:

I'm sorry you seem to be confused. We are referring to the Canon R5 and the 1dx mk iii. Both use CFexpress. 

 

I referenced the 1dx mark ii at the beginning because I remember a document just like the one John posted. It was very simular in nature.

 

But all this talking still does not get to the point of the original post. 

 

I'm looking for the samething John posted but the R5 version. 


I am not confused.  I answered your original post.  The answer is still, "No, they do not."  You retconned the original post.

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Wad. Have a nice day. 

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*UPDATE*
Canon CPS is aware that this information has not been displayed to the public. Canon's Technical Engineers are expected to release this information on Tuesday. They will be sending me an update. I have a case number and in contact with their head of the Education department. I will post the information they relay when they get back to me.
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Re: R5 CFexress & SD Recommended Cards

Thanks for the followup.
John Hoffman
Conway, NH

1D X Mark III, Many lenses, Pixma PRO-100, MX472, LR Classic
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Canon responded and said that the highest you need is a CFexpress card that can sustain a 400Mb/s minimum write speed. They said a list of cards is not yet available but on the delivery date more information should be available
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@Wadsizzle

I really do not appreciate being called a Troll. Your comments were unwarranted and disrespectful.

 

Here is the screenshot. Maybe instead of tearing others down you should rethink the way you interact with others. Be kind.

 

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Your first post is just below.  No one replied to it, and for good reason.  It was very argumentative.  

 

This thread is your second post.  You changed the original content.  That is really bad web etiquette. 

 

https://community.usa.canon.com/t5/EOS/R5-FALSE-listed-specs-Announcement-FullHD-120fps/m-p/314339 

 

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A timeline of what information was put out in regards to FullHD 120fps is hardly arguing. It was a factual timeline. It included the actual source information with screenshots. Sharing facts and screen shots what canon posts on their website and social channels is not arguing. The post was informative of how Canon displayed that FullHD 120fps was supported and then how they back tracked.

Also this post received comments that were not inline with my actual question. So I made a post specifically sharing that I updated my orginal question to clarify my actual question.

I have only been upfront and transparent about all this the entire time. It's all documented.

The only web edicate broken is you hijacking this post to talk about another post. Going through your history shows you do this sorta thing a lot. If you are not going to help. Why are you responding this way when people are asking for help.

Move along

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Re: R5 CFexress & SD Recommended Cards

Beat the recording limits and overheating in canon R5!

 

Canon is definitely  hiding information,  they are intentionally holding back their camera with software.

New discoveries have found that the real problem for the camera are the cfexpress/sd cards in the camera!  These cards initiate the temperature timer in the camera Giving you the limited said recording time by canon. But recording  externally with out the cards in the camera you actually trick the camera from overheating limit issue that become the biggest problem with virtually every R5 user.

The cfexpress card slot and sd card slot makes the camera heatup more so in the card slots more than the whole camera.  Yes we know that a lot of data is being pushed but that still doesn't explain why this limits the camera recovery time and record time. The slots are either faulty and canon needs to do a recall or canon needs to optimize the software to work with the new media and remove the limits and bad recovery time. Period

 

The cat is out the bag! I tested this with my own R5 there is definitely something going on here ! 

 

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