Out with the R10 and RF 100-400mm on a bright afternoon, I added the RF 1.4X to the setup. After a couple of hours of walking around with no friends offering to pose, I switched back to the bare lens as I prepared for the walk back.
As if by the snap of a finger, several friends got busy darting around and in front of me. So far, the R10 shoots a lot like the R5, but with AF that has greater propensity to fly by the subject, or balk outright, even in good light, and even on a contrasty subject.
No camera is perfect, and it hasn’t failed in any crucial moments yet, performing in a way that belies its modest position in Canon’s mirrorless lineup. I think I’m gonna like it.