Canon EOS R5: The Specs Are Official!
Canon EOS R5: We Did Not Expect This!
Canon EOS R5 may be delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic, but we’re still curious of its specs – and we bet you’re curious too. We have told you already about its first details. Now Canon has released another round of specs, revealing several compelling reasons why this camera is set to be the most revolutionary Canon product since the debut of the 5D Mark II. Once again it seems like the EOS R5 will be a true revolution in the market.
Why are we so impressed? Its video shooting capacity is stunning. For us, dental photographers, the EOS R5 can be a new approach, with its possibility to take great photos and unbelievable videos at the same time.
- Dual Pixel CMOS AF available in all 8K and 4K recording modes and Internal 4K/120p video recording give a clear message to the competition: it’s time to get to work. Nikon, you seem to be a bit late now.
- We knew that the EOS R5 will shoot in 8K, but giving it RAW quality is a great surprise
- 4K AND 8K with a full capacity of Dual Pixel CMOS AF and 5-axis In-Body Image Stabilization: this means that any short film will be in great quality, even without a tripod!
- No-crop 8K and 4K video recording using the full-width of the sensor: registering without compromises
Canon EOS R5: Price and availability
These specs are truly impressive, especially for video shooters. This is the first time since the EOS 5D Mark II when Canon makes a meaningful innovations in video shooting capacities. It’s about time!
The only thing we would like to know, is, of course, the price. Will it be a good surprise, like with the 5D series 10 years ago? We truly believe that Canon can do it!
For now, the EOS R5 looks like one of the best full-frame mirrorless cameras ever and we are waiting impatiently for its official premiere. This will unfortunately take some time: due to the coronavirus pandemic Canon needed to delay all its plans.
- Internal 8K/30p RAW video recording
- Internal 8K/30p video recording in 4:2:2 10-bit C-Log and HDR PQ
- Internal 4K/120p video recording in 4:2:2 10-bit C-Log and HDR PQ
- External 4K/60p video recording over HDMI
- No-crop 8K and 4K video recording using the full-width of the sensor
- Dual Pixel CMOS AF available in all 8K and 4K recording modes
- C-Log available in 8K and 4K internal recording modes
- 5-axis In-Body Image Stabilization works in conjunction with Optical IS in both RF and EF lenses
- Dual-card slots: 1 CFexpress and 1 SD UHS-II
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