RP Focus stacking

Discussion in 'Canon EOS R Series' started by LongHairedDavid, Mar 25, 2022.

  1. LongHairedDavid

    LongHairedDavid Member

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    Hi everyone. I currently have an almost new 90D which I bought last November. I can swap it for a 2nd hand RP at almost no cost. I would then need a EF-EOS R Mount Adapter and then I can use my current 18-55 and 55-250 (at least for the time being).
    However, one of the main uses that I have for my camera is taking images at the local scale plastic model club. At such sort focus distances I use the built in focus stacking which can take upwards of 50 images of a model airplane. I then use HeliconFocus to put these together to get an image with every part in focus.
    I have looked at the manual for the RP but can't see that it has this facility built in. Now, I can replicate it using the touch screen by taking multiple images manually with different focus points so all is not lost but I would like to know if the RP has this built in like the 90D.

    Does anyone know?

    David
     

  2. GDN

    GDN Well-Known Member

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