Canon EOS R5 Wildlife Photography - Perfect in Real life?

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Canon EOS R5 Wildlife Photography - Perfect in Real life?

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Canon Eos R5 Wildlife Photography and Bird Photography - Real World Review. I've been testing the camera for bird photography and big five wildlife photography for the last few weeks. This is my real world. living with the R5 review.

MORE DETAILS IN MY REVIEW: https://willgoodlet.com/blog/canon-eo...

----- CONTENTS -----
00:00 START
00:54 KEY FEATURES FOR WILDLIFE & BIRD PHOTOGRAPHY
03:56 EVF SPOOL UP DELAY
06:16 LENS CAP ISSUE?
08:20 CAMERA 'FREEZING'!
09:08 EVF LAG/FREEZE
10:51 EVF - ELECTRONIC SHUTTER
11:26 BATTERIES
12:40 IMAGE COMPARISONS / QUALITY
14:57 HIGH ISO COMPARISON WITH 7D MARK II
15:24 POST PROCESSING ISSUES
16:42 COMPRESSED RAW FORMAT
19:06 ROLLING SHUTTER FOR BIRDS
20:02 ANIMAL EYE-AF
22:18 DUAL BACK BUTTON FOCUS
22:51 ADAPTED EF LENSES & TELECONVERTERS
24:06 MOVING TO MIRRORLESS?

----- RESOURCES -----
• I use a custom WILDLIFE TOOLKIT for processing: https://bit.ly/WildlifeToolkit
• I use Topaz Software for all my editing - FREE TRIAL: https://bit.ly/DenoiseAI
• I get my music from https://bit.ly/WG_Music


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BACK STORY
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I make videos mostly about what I believe to be important in nature photography and for me, this is the behind the scenes story of how I get some of my shots. It's not easy to juggle between stills and video and I don't always capture video footage of the wildlife, a usable still and a piece-to-camera explaining the shot. When I do, I try to put it together to tell a story here on Youtube or to share some info that will help you to capture similar shots.

It's always difficult to pitch the information to the right level. I don't often talk about camera settings or equipment because in most cases it's possible to capture versions of the shot with different settings and different gear - there is no perfect solution. There is instead, a range of them.

I've found that this is often difficult to explain to beginners who typically want to follow a script.

Wildlife photography doesn't really have many scripts, we are confronted by a range of problems and it is experience, practice, and patience that offer the best solutions.

Beyond camera gear and settings, wildlife photography, like life, becomes a game of chance and calculated opportunity. It's this experience that I hope to share in most of my videos because this is what really makes the difference between a snapshot and a wildlife photograph.
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Re: Canon EOS R5 Wildlife Photography - Perfect in Real life

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Best R5 review I have seen with rational observation indicating the strong points but also the weaknesses.
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Stany
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