Canon’s full-size mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera has evolved with the world’s first 8K video recording.
About two years have passed since the birth of Canon’s first full-size mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera “EOS R”. Introducing the next-generation full-size mirrorless camera “EOS R5” with the highest resolution in the EOS series history. It will be released in late July.
“EOS R5” is equipped with a newly developed full-size CMOS sensor and a new video engine “DIGIC X”. For still images, it achieves both 45 million pixels and high-speed continuous shooting of up to about 20 frames per second when shooting with an electronic shutter.
The AF performance has also improved, and the distance measurement area has expanded to a maximum of about 100% (vertical) x about 100% (horizontal) of the screen, and the number of AF area divisions has improved to 1,053 divisions for still images. In addition to human eyes, faces, and heads, it can detect the eyes, faces, and whole body of animals (dogs/cats/birds).
Maximum ISO speed (still image) is 51200. Since high-sensitivity shooting is possible, you can take beautiful pictures even at night camping and night views.
In addition, the world’s first video recording supports 8K/30P (there is a maximum shooting time due to the temperature rise inside the camera, and the maximum shooting time is about 20 minutes). You can also shoot time-lapse movies in 8K.
This is the first EOS series to mount a 5-axis in-body image stabilization mechanism on the body, and up to 8.0 stops of image stabilization due to cooperative control with the optical image stabilization mechanism on the lens side, making it comfortable even in environments where camera shake is likely to occur.
In addition, we are also happy that they have adopted dust-proof and drip-proof mechanisms, such as incorporating sealing material in the outer cover mating part and dial rotating shaft, etc., which is often used outdoors.
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