The last big spoiler for Canon EOS R5 was in February, and then there was another real machine meeting in March. In April, there will be a wave of plot development. Spoilers. That’s right, the new spoiler for EOS R5 is really coming, and the “8K lifelike” specification that was promoted last time is also officially released.
The information disclosed this time mainly focuses on video shooting:
up to 29.97fps 8K recording, it can realize 4:2:2 10bit Canon Log and 4:2:2 10bit HDR PQ without in-cutter recording, all 8K recording modes support full-pixel dual-core automatic Focus;
shoot 4K movies, can record up to 119.88fps without crop 4K recording, support 4:2:2 10bit Canon Log and 4:2:2 10bit HDR PQ internal recording and external recording. All 4K recording modes support full-pixel dual-core autofocus;
supports in-camera recording without cropping 8K RAW video, and supports full-pixel dual-core autofocus. Fully meet the needs of different types of video production.
In addition, EOS R5 also announced the following anti-shake, storage and focus information:
added body anti-shake for the first time, and its body anti-shake adopts 5-axis anti-shake technology. Canon’s synergistic anti-shake combination of body anti-shake and lens anti-shake will bring double guarantees for clear and stable shooting;
The dual card slots will support CFexpress card and SD UHS-II card, capable of high-speed storage of a large amount of image data generated by shooting;
It’s hard to imagine that the video performance of Canon EOS R5 can once again break through the sky, without cropping 8K 29.97fps RAW and 4K 120fps, which is nothing else in the world. One micro-single can do it. To Mr. S’s surprise, the new body anti-shake and support for SD UHS-II are so close to the people! Canon’s new spoiler on EOS R5 this time also interprets one sentence again-your eldest brother is always your eldest brother.
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