Switched to Canon Mirrorless

        After shooting for four years with the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV + all my EF lenses, it was time to switch from DSLR to Mirrorless. I bought the new Canon EOS R5 + RF 24-70mm f/2.8, RF 70-200mm f/2.8, RF50mm f/1.2 and the RF85mm f/1.2 and I’m so excited to work with this new gear!

        My old camera made 253.800 clicks and that’s a lot, because the camera was created for a lifetime of 150.000 clicks.. But it all worked well till the end :)

        We still have to wait for an update of Adobe to be able to open and edit my RAW files, so for now I have to use a DNG converter to convert the RAW images to DNG so I can edit them. We also have to be patient for the Capture One update. Let’s hope we don’t have to wait too long.

        Tonight I have my first portrait/portfolio shoot with the new camera and lenses, so I’m not able to share more at this moment because I only tested it at home. I’m very curious!

        For more updates, make sure to follow me on Instagram @liselottefleur.

        Liselotte Fleur


        Mykhaylo Mishyn

        I recently switched to Canon r6 and its a game changer hands down!

        Robert Knapp Photographer

        Oh boy, This expense is in the near future for all of us isn’t it? I am shooting Nikon but it’s all the same really. I photograph weddings mostly and am really passionate about keeping the image quality as high as possible. The D850 has been around for a while but the quality still remains in the top. It looks like ISO sensitivity could be a good reason to make the switch.

        Robert Knapp Photographer

        great content! see how expensive it is but worth it!

        Helpful article for me. Do you need Background black and white

        It might have costed you a fortune. I still use my 5D Mark4 (replacement of my 5D Mark3 that is lost due to theft at Amsterdam central) and I find the images have lots of blacks and contrasts. I love taking portraits on green backdrop such as parks and trees and I find Green dominates more. I still feel I am doing something wrong with Lightroom with the profile. Seeing so many pictures of you shooting with 5D Mark4, I have regained the confidence.