The Canon EOS R5 has at long last become available on the market, and along with it comes an extensive collection of outstanding video features. However, besides those features, it is also an extremely good still camera. This fantastic video review will show you what you can anticipate from the Canon EOS R5 stills features if you are considering purchasing it for that purpose.
This informative video review was created by Gordon Laing and takes a look at the Canon EOS R5 from the standpoint of still photography. The EOS R5 has garnered a lot of attention for its video capabilities, thanks in large part to its flagship feature of 8K raw video.
However, it is also a competent stills camera, boasting a 45-megapixel sensor, 12 fps continuous shooting using the mechanical shutter (20 fps using the electronic shutter), Canon’s most powerful autofocus system ever (which incorporates Deep Learning technology for tracking, and offers 1,053 AF points with full frame coverage), and in-body image stabilization
Overall, the EOS R5 appears to be quite a fantastic camera for stills work, and it is guaranteed to gratify a large number of Canon photographers who own cameras. You may find more of Laing’s comments in the video that is located above.