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Commentary awaits the arrival of a test camera in early August.
The Canon EOS R was/is a one-handed camera, and I do not mean that in a good way—I mean that there are no useful buttons on the left side of the camera body, so that my left hand cannot do anything useful as part of normal operation. On the Nikon Z7, the Play and Delete buttons can be worked by my left hand while my right does other stuff. This is just one reason that the Nikon ergonomics and usability are second to none. On the Canon EOS R5, who needs a Rate button where Play/Delete should go? But maybe the target audience just loves it and maybe that button can be reprogrammed. Still, it’s ugly design to label the button (in blue no less) as if it is some design gift—rating images while I shoot is below 0 on my wish list.
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