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The r5c when shooting 1080 does not give an option of choosing ipb or all I, but the eos r does. This has resulted in a lower quality image. Is there a reason why? In 59 fps it is only showing 35 mbps and the eos r in all i is showing 180 mbps. I can switch to a different recording format but was trying to find the answer of why the camera does not give the option of choosing the compression. Thanks.
Thanks for your question regarding shooting video with the Canon R5C. I will pose your question here in hopes that one of the readers is more familiar with frame rate settings and options with the R5C. I shoot very little video and have no experience with this camera.
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