Canon has launched the EOS R5. After a really detailed (and correct) leak last month, Canon has formally introduced the event of a complicated EOS R with IBIS, 20fps steady taking pictures, 8K video, and two card slots. Being an improvement announcement, we solely get a teaser—a small style—of what Canon has in retailer; however, even that is sufficient to make your eyes water.
Along with mentioning that the digicam will include “a newly designed CMOS sensor and new picture processor,” Canon confirmed that EOS R5 would have the ability to shoot 8K video, although we don’t know if that can include a crop (in all probability) or every other vital penalty.
The digital camera may even characteristic in-body image stabilization (IBIS), and simply in case you had been apprehensive, there will be two card slots. And the Canon EOS R5 didn’t have to commerce velocity for the specs talked about above both—in accordance with the announcement, the mirrorless digicam will have the ability to shoot 20fps with the digital shutter (take that Sony…) and 12fps mechanical.
Lastly, Canon additionally revealed that it might be releasing “seven RF lenses and two RF lens extenders” in 2020. These will embody the RF 100-500mm f/4.5-7.1 L IS USM, Extender RF 1.4x, and Extender RF 2x. That’s all we all know for now, although a “preview” of the EOS R5 will apparently be on show at WPPI in Vegas at the end of February.
The unique rumor claimed that the digital camera would have a 45MP sensor, be capable of shoot 4K/120p video, and would formally arrive in July; however, Canon declined to verify these claims within the DA. Nonetheless, it’s trying like Canon has a mirrorless powerhouse up its sleeve for mid-2020.