Canon Company has officially announces to release their full frame mirrorless camera Canon EOS R5, The Canon EOS R5 8K is a beast camera for both Photographers and Videographers. As it has 45 Mega Pixel,and it can shoot 8K at 24 fps while it can also shoot 4k at 120 fps and 4k at 60 fps.
Canon EOS R5, 8K Mirrorless Camera
While the Canon EOS R and the Canon Eos RP were great cameras on their own. when they were released by Canon, they did disappoint when compared to the competition from the Nikon Z7 and the Z6, as well as from Panasonic’s Lumix S1 and Lumix S1R as from Sony A7s2 and A7III AND @A7RIV as well what little Canon has announced so far, it seems like the EOS R5 will outdo all the competition and will beat by the price point and it’s 45 MegaPixel and 8K Video to the Sony A7III, Sony A7RIV and Nikon Z7.
- The EOS R5 can shoot up to 12 frames per second with the mechanical shutter, or 20 with the electronic Shutter. Canon says the camera is capable of capturing athletes and fast-moving objects,
- The EOS R5 has IBIS, meaning In-body image stabilization and the camera will perform better both in low light and with telephoto lenses, as well the EOS R5 offers smoother video. Though Canon isn’t saying how many stops of image stabilization it’s offering just yet, most competitors offer at least 5 stops
- Where the original couldn’t capture 4K video using the full sensor, the EOS R5 will be able to capture 8K video up to 24 fps, 4k up to 120 fps and 4k 60 fps.
- The camera comes with dual card slots, allowing you to perform immediate backups or simply carry more storage on the camera body.
Canon says that their new IBIS system in Canon EOS R5 “will work in combination with the lens stabilization system”, as other IBIS systems often do. It also means that you will still have at least some level of stabilization with non-IS lenses (which is really the bigger deal with IBIS). With so many people adopting glass from other systems now, it’s frustrating to put another system’s lens on there and completely lose all stabilization.
It seems that the Canon EOS R5, rather than just being a Canon 5D Mark IV replacement, is also the replacement for the Canon EOS 5DS/5DSR cameras, combining the versatility of the regular 5D line with the high resolution of the 5DS. Although, there are still rumors of an even RF mirrorless camera on the way.