— Size Matters

Only have 22 megapixels? Oh how embarrassing.


Reigniting the megapixel war, Canon has just announced two new flagship DSLR cameras – the 5DS and 5DS R, both of which feature 50.6-megapixel full-frame sensors!

Key Features:


50.6 megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor


3.2inch screen, 1040k dot resolution


61-point AF system, iTR, -2EV


150K Pixel RGB+IR metering sensor


Dual DIGIC 6 processors


SD/CF card slots


ISO100- ISO6400, expanded to ISO50 to ISO12800


Mirror Vibration Control System


1:1, 1.3x, 1.6x crop modes


5fps continuous shooting


150,000 shutter life rating


Dual-axis electronic level


700 shot battery life


USB3.0 socket


Magnesium alloy weather sealed body


All these technical specs are the same across both models – the only difference between the 5DS and 5DS R is that the R version has a low-pass filter effect to allow for crisper images.


I’m pretending that I don’t want one.


Via:  Ephotozine

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