Canon EOS 5DS R Brief Review


REVIEW SUMMARY

Specifications

  • 50.6 megapixel full frame CMOS sensor
  • Optical low pass filter cancelled
  • ISO 100-12800
  • Maximum shutter speed 1/8000
  • 61 point autofocus
  • Continuous shooting up to 5 fps
  • RAW and JPEG
  • Manual modes
  • 100% coverage optical viewfinder
  • 3.2” LCD screen
  • 1080p HD video at 30 fps or 720p at 60 fps
  • New quick control menu
  • Dual SD card slots
  • Mirror vibration control
  • Li-ion battery rated at up to 700 shots
  • Weighs 32.8 oz (930g)
  • Release Date: 2015-02-05
  • Final Grade: 93 4.65 Star Rating: Recommended


Canon EOS 5DS R offers big resolution without the optical low pass filter
It's the Canon EOS 5DS, just without the optical low pass filter.
By Hillary Grigonis, Last updated on: 2/10/2016

The Canon EOS 5DS R is the 5DS, just without the optical low pass filter--read the full features here then factor in the absence of that filter. The optical low pass or anti-aliasing filter helps reduce moire, but removing it gives images a boost in detail. With the high resolution and absence of the filter, the Canon EOS 5DS R looks to be an excellent option, particularly for enthusiasts and pros that like to make large prints.


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