Canon announced the development of the EOS R5 full-frame mirrorless camera
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Canon announced that the official cloud platform image.canon will be launched on April 14. When EOS R5 was released and developed, it has been stated that this new camera supports the image.canon cloud platform to upload photos and automatically transfer the photos to the cloud. image.canon will be online soon, and I believe that the EOS R5 used as a companion will be released in about the same time. Camera cloud storage has officially entered the 5G era.
On February 13, Canon announced the development of the EOS R5 full-frame mirrorless camera. This camera has a body anti-shake function, and can realize the electronic shutter 20 fps ultra-high-speed continuous shooting and the mechanical shutter 12 fps Continuous shooting. On March 13, Canon announced that the EOS R5 camera can achieve in-camera recording without cropping 8K/29.97p, and the 8K video mode supports full-pixel dual-core CMOS AF autofocus. In addition, the Canon EOS R5 camera can realize autofocus for animal body, face and eye detection. So the question is, what will Canon do on April 13th?
Canon EOS R5 camera officially announced specifications:
newly designed CMOS image sensor
newly designed image processor
Electronic shutter 20 frames/second ultra-high-speed continuous shooting
Mechanical shutter 12 frames/second high-speed continuous shooting
No cropping 8K/29.97p video camera recording
8K video mode supports full-pixel dual-core CMOS AF autofocus
Animal body, face and eye detection autofocus
Dual memory card slot design
Add a quick control dial and a multi-function joystick on the back
Cancel the multi-function touch bar
Although R5R6 is on the market It may be blocked by the epidemic, but the popularity of these two cameras has not fallen but has risen. I believe everyone is looking forward to their launch.
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