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Firmware: Canon EOS R v1.3.0

Issues that must be addressed at EOS R IMHO:
1. altering from handbook iso to auto iso – when altering handbook iso settings by way of contact bar or management ring it’s attainable to decide on all ISO values, nevertheless auto iso just isn’t selectable. to set it it’s worthwhile to wait ~2-3sec and than it’s selectable, which is kind of annoying.
2. if lens management ring is ready to vary iso values than altering route just isn’t attainable clockwise is at all times reducing iso values.
3. time-lapse film interval is ready to minimal of two seconds, could be good to have it smaller, a minimum of 1 second must be attainable with out the necessity to change something within the interface.
4. could be good to have c-log additionally in time-lapse film mode, similar as above.
5. interval timer must be added, why do we now have it on EOS RP and never right here?
6. canon 90d has assist for 120P in Full HD with Digic eight processor, why can we not have it with EOS R?


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