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Canon EOS R5 Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera with 8K Video, 45 Megapixel Full-Frame CMOS Sensor, DIGIC X Image Processor, Dual Memory Card Slots, and Up to 12 fps Mechnical Shutter, Body Only
|Model Name||Canon EOS R5 Body|
|Special Feature||DIGIC X Image Processor; Sensor-Shift 5-Axis Image Stabilization; Subject Tracking with Deep Learning See more|
|JPEG quality level||Basic, Fine, Normal|
|White balance settings||Auto|
|Continuous Shooting Speed||12 fps|
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- High Image Quality featuring a New 45 Megapixel Full-frame CMOS Sensor.
- DIGIC X Image Processor with an ISO range of 100-51200; Expandable to 102400x1.
- High-speed continuous shooting of up to 12 fps with Mechanical Shutter and up to 20 fps electronic (silent) shutter.
- Dual pixel CMOS AF covering approx. 100% area with 1,053 AF areas.
- Subject tracking of people and animals using deep learning technology.
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Pursue Imaging Excellence
The latest addition to the EOS R series is here. Featuring an all-new 45 MP CMOS sensor, 8K DCI video, Dual Pixel CMOS AF II, in-body image stabilization and more, the EOS R5 offers incredible imaging performance for portraits, landscapes, wildlife, cinematography and everything in between.
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Canon’s all-new 45 Megapixel full-frame sensor is at the heart of the EOS R5’s superb image quality, which also leads the way for impressive
8K DCI cinematic movie capture with the ability to extract 35.4 Megapixel still images. Focus and speed are paramount in the EOS R5, providing
impressive continuous capture at speeds of up to 20 frames-per-second and with Dual Pixel CMOS AF II capability, to track split second
movements of even the most elusive of subjects. With 1,053 Automatic AF zones, it is easier than ever to photograph people with the use of
Eye, Face and Head Detection AF, or intuitively track the whole body, face or eye of cats, dogs, or birds with Animal Detection AF. The 5-axis
in-body image stabilization can effectively compensate for camera shake with approximately 8 stops of stabilization with use of both non-stabilized,
and optically image stabilized lenses. Connectivity like 5GHz and 2.4GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, is also included.
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UPDATE: Camera is still working great. I am not a video shooter, but if I were, I probably would not be happy, as all the high speed / high quality modes to have short use times. Also, after shooting photos for a couple of hours with no video, a lot of the video modes are not available due to heat or only available for a short time. I started up a 4K HQ record and within 2 minutes, I had the overheat warning.
Another issue I've run into is the wifi does not work at all on my unit. I can't connect to any of my wireless access points to try out the photo syncing features which I was hoping to use. Not everyone is having this issue so it could be I have a faulty unit. I will contact canon tech support.
UPDATE 2: Over several photo sessions in the last week I've noticed that not only does taking photos reduce the video time available, but it also makes the camera physically warm to the touch, something I've not experienced in any other camera I've owned. Due to this and the wifi issues I'm seeing, I'm going to dock this one star for the time being.
UPDATE 3: I believe the wifi issue is not my specific device and is caused by one of the wireless access points in my neighbors homes. Something about it the R5 does not like. I've seen reports of others with the same issues, so hopefully this can be fixed with a firmware update. If this is fixed with a firmware update, I'll bump the score back up to 5 stars. As for the overheating issue, the camera does continue to get a bit warm during shooting, but from what I've read, this is normal for a mirrorless camera with IBIS.
IBIS is a game changer and works amazing with adapted EF lenses. I was able to handhold at ISO 100 using an adapted 24-70 f2.8 ii indoors! With the same lens on the 5D4, I had to use a minimum of ISO 6400 to get a sharp image. This opens a whole new world in terms of low light photography and stabilization for EF and RF lenses that don’t have IS in the lens.
In terms of handling, the body feels lighter than the 5D4 and the grip is a bit less beefy which is comfortable in my hand. The joystick is back as well as the rear wheel. I do wish the rear wheel was bigger.
I do not use video much so don’t need to record 8k for extended periods of time. If overheating is a concern for you, you may want to look into a dedicated video camcorder. As for stills, this is a near perfect camera for me.
In terms of battery life I was able to take about 650 pictures before the battery died and I was using 120hz for the viewfinder and reviewing the menu settings a lot. This is about double the CIPA rating so I’m happy with it despite being lower than the 5D4 but that’s excepted bc mirrorless camera uses more battery. Overall, I’m very impressed with this camera, and it’s a big upgrade and worthy successor to the 5D Mark IV.
However, I am not giving the 5-star review since i am disappointed by the Canon's poor design for the internal heat management. I am not looking for unlimited 8k or 4k HQ video recording but there is no any technical excuse for not having unlimited 4k 60fps. S1H with the almost same price can shoot 6K internally in 10bit 4:2:2 V-LOG with no heating issue. If you are looking for a video camera you may want to look for other alternatives unless you only need to shoot 8k for 20mins twice every day. (oh you can bring a decent refrigerator that can really help shorten the cooldown)
If you have the money and you are not that urgent to upgrade your camera you may hold until Canon release a better 8k/6k camera that can shoot much longer than 20 mins and much shorter time for cooling down. I guess that Canon has the big map where R5 is only the pioneer that saves the market of the camera and bring (limited) 8k capability to the end users like me so i find the reason to upgrade all my stuff including graphic card and monitor to process 8k raw videos.
In short, I love this camera, but not recommending it to most of the people.