Canon EOS R5 mirrorless camera review

There’s no doubt that Canon has a feeling for the right time to bring out a camera of epic proportions. With the 5D they succeeded to capture a professional DSLR market in the 2010s, and with the R5, they’re looking to shift gears, bringing high-grade technology and equipment to the mass professional market in a mirrorless guise.

Canon EOS R5: Key Specs

Processor: Digic X
Sensor: 45MP full-frame CMOS
Video: Max 8K 30p/4K 120p/1080p 60p
Stabilization: 5-axis stability
ISO Sensitivity: 100-51,200 (expandable to 50-102,400)
Screen: 3.5-inch fully articulating touchscreen

Released in the throes of the COVID pandemic to much acclaim, the Canon EOS R5 (opens in new tab) Felt like a natural progression from the brand’s Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, with the earlier-released Canon EOS R (opens in new tab) mirrorless camera acting as a test bed to get people used to the idea of ​​a full-frame mirrorless setup. After a couple of years, some stiff competition and a few firmware upgrades, can the R5 still live up to expectations?

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