Canon EOS R5 Reviews – TechSpot


By DigitalCameraWorld

Hands on: So far, so amazing. While we need to put the Canon EOS R5 through a full battery of lab tests and long-term usage, we’re overwhelmingly impressed by what we’ve seen so far. It’s going to be too much camera for most people, but if you want near-medium format muscle then its 45MP stills packs a powerful punch, while serious videographers will be awed by both its 8K and 4K capabilities. The game really is being changed.

By TechRadar

Hands on: The Canon EOS R5 is shaping up to be the game-changing mirrorless camera we hoped it would be. A true hybrid that’s just as powerful for video as for stills, it will be a seriously tempting option for everyone from landscape shooters to pro videographers. If the image quality and IBIS performance matches its early promise, it’ll be a flagship camera with few compromises – apart from that price tag.

By DPReview

Hands on: In short, it’s apparent that Canon has been listening to and carefully considering their users. The R5 is more responsive than the R, even after that model’s latest firmware update. Traditional Canon ergonomics are back (goodbye M-Fn touchbar, hello joystick and rear jog dial) and the AF system promises performance and usability improvements. The new high-quality EVF should smooth the transition for OVF-accustomed DSLR shooters who want to take advantage of all the R5 has to offer.

By EPFilms TV

Hands on: Whether you really need 8K video capability or not depends on your exact needs. Some could live with 4k videos and some are already struggling with the power and storage demand that comes with having such high quality videos. But with the evolution of cameras, 8K will soon be the norm for professional cameras and Canon is pioneering the trend this year.

By CameraJabber

The Canon EOS R5 leaves little doubt that Canon is now serious about the mirrorless camera market. It has phenomenal specification with features like uncropped 8K video recording, uncropped 4K recording at up to 120p, phase detection autofocusing that covers the whole frame, eye AF for humans and animals that works in video and stills mode and a class-leading viewfinder paired with a vari-angle touchscreen. Canon has finally played its hand.

By Underwater Photography Guide

Hands on: With improvements including in-body image-stabilization, more resolution, 4K video with the full width of the sensor, 8k video, dual media slots, and burst shooting, the Canon EOS R5 is will definitely receive the popularity that Canon has been hoping for in its mirrorless line up. We can only hope that it lives up to its press release. But if it does, the EOS R5 just might be the 2020 camera of the year for underwater photography.

By CameraLabs

Hands on: I have a lot more testing to do for my final EOS R5 review, but first impressions are certainly looking very strong indeed. Canon really does appear to have put everything into this camera with the minimum of caveats other than an understandably high asking price of around 4 grand. You’re getting what Canon claims is its best quality sensor to date, built-in stabilisation, 12 and 20fps bursts, 8k RAW, 4k at 120p, a fully-articulated screen and high res viewfinder packed into a body that ticks all the boxes in terms of traditional handling, controls and connectivity.

By AmateurPhotographer

Hands on: The camera will shoot at 12 frames per second with its mechanical shutter, or 20 fps using its electronic shutter, and be capable of 8K video recording. Current 8K standards define a resolution of 7680×4320 pixels, and this implies a sensor of at least 40MP (assuming a standard 3:2 aspect ratio), making the EOS R5 the highest resolution model in the EOS R range to date.

By The Digital Picture

Hands on: It has been five years since Canon introduced a camera that I wanted in my kit more than the 5Ds R. Canon appears to have held nothing back from the incredibly feature-filled EOS R5. I’m betting the R5 is the camera I’ve been waiting for.

By PhotographyBlog

Hands on: If the impressive spec sheet translates into real-world performance, it’s clear that the new Canon EOS R5 will be the most capable all-round mirrorless camera on the market, satisfying the needs of videographers and photographers alike.

By PhotographyBLOG

Ahead of our full Canon EOS R5 review, we’ve published the following articles: Announcement: Canon EOS R5 Flagship Mirrorless Camera, 8K Video, 20fps Burst Shooting, In-Body Image Stabilisation, Dual Card Slots February 13, 2020 Canon have…

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