The Kern Switar 26mm F1.1, Zeiss Tevidon 26mm F1.4 and Canon TV-16 50mm F1.4 to name but a few. Does dual native ISO on the Panasonic S5 beat the Sony A7S III in low light? Of course this is Canon so you have no in-body stabilisation to speak of and the electronic IS is ineffective – at least with my adapted lenses. With a lot of the third party film profiles that have a raised black level, it reveals quite a lot of fixed pattern noise and even a split down the middle of the sensor as if there’s two sensors stitched together. To assign the shutter-button to start/stop recording go to: Menu > Camera > 5 > Btn function > fully press > Start-stop record. There is NO Dual Pixel AF in 4K mode, which isn’t clear from looking at the box specs in store. For sake of simplicity, we're going to calculate it in 3 stages. (GH4 does, but not as much as 1.6). Facts are facts. next measured in micrometers (µm). These are not by Metabones and not as good quality optics, but they are the same focal reduction factor of 0.71x, making the camera effectively full frame in stills mode and 1.64x in 4K mode. And the way Canon cripple some product to avoid cannibalizing others are really unwise. Six years after the introduction of its mirrorless segment, it seems that Canon never seriously considered the EF-M mount. This is obviously a subjective call, but in general, 4K does produce a video with improved clarity and sharpness, especially with fine detail. It has actually gone DOWN compares to the EOS M6 and M5 by approximately 20% due to the new processor not being efficient. Though it lacks Dual Pixel AF in 4K mode, it has a host of advanced features that aren’t available in any of Canons much more expensive DSLRs: there’s focus peaking, magnify and scan around (via D-pad or touch! I shoot Canon and I'm fine with it. So if your shot looks a little too wide in 1080, switch to 4K and the crop may help improve your composition. The latter gives you a field of view of 22-40mm full frame equivalent, which is perfect for general purpose filmmaking. That’s the great thing about 4K. Equivalent aperture (in 135 film terms) is calculated by multiplying lens aperture with crop factor (a.k.a. All equivalent to 50mm on FF. Canons offers the EOS-M 11-22 f4-5.6 as a kit with the M50, and with the EOS-M to EF adapter you can use the excellent (and very affordable) Canon EF-S 10-18 f4.5-5.6 (which I use). On a 4/3rds sensor it becomes effectively a 100mm lens with its associated field of view. With these things combined, in my opinion, this makes 4k in this camera virtually unusable. But — in my opinion — it’s not dramatically different than 1080. The M50 was the first camera to feature the DIGIC8 processor, eye-tracking Dual Pixel Autofocus, compressed RAW for stills, and where the audio preamps in Canon DSLRs are known to be quite noisy: the ones in the M50 are actually quite good! At least Sony corrected this bad trend on the new A9 and A7 cameras. Note that although you can shoot HD video in any mode, to shoot 4K video you need to switch to video mode. They have a very distinctive bokeh and field curvature, which wraps the background around the subject in a way that uniform modern lenses don’t. The Kern Switar 26mm F1.1, Zeiss Tevidon 26mm F1.4 and Canon TV-16 50mm F1.4 to name but a few. If you enjoyed the look of the Digital Bolex it is probably at least 50% down to C-mount lenses like these and I try to show what’s special about them in the video above. M43 cameras have plenty of lenses designed for the native 2x crop (eg. Then don't buy it. There’s a customizable focus-peaking function (strength, color) and a magnify function that allows you to ‘look around’ in the area that is magnified by swiping the screen or using the D-pad. But it's more reliable and stable without cramming too much un tested gear into one product. Aperture is a lens characteristic, so it's calculated only for In addition to its default video resolution of 1080 HD, the Canon M50 can also shoot video in 4K. The second benefit of demagnification is when shooting in 4K. Dual Pixel AF packs up and goes home in 4K. It will disappoint a large number of Instagram and YouTube content creators who know the bare minimum about video because 4K will be virtually unusable for these people on the M50. Thankfully, there’s an accessory you can pick up which removes the crop and makes 4K video on the M50 appear almost exactly the same as 1080 HD. The fact of the crop factor doesn't make it fake. Look man. I Finally Got My Canon EOS R5 and RF 24-105mm Lens. So the spec that seems to be really confounding would-be filmmakers everywhere when it comes to the new Canon EOS R is… Crop factor! In this mode, the Viltrox squeezes the image into the middle of the sensor.