Suspected Canon EOS R5 menu exposed, 8K video options revealed for the first time
According to overseas media exposure, it shows a picture of a suspected Canon EOSR5 video mode menu, which shows several 8K video shooting options, and different compression modes, and is displayed on the way The recordable video time is 21 minutes and 31 seconds.
The leaked image shows that it can be done in 8KDCI or 8Kultra resolution mode Recording, but this also solidly confirmed that EOSR5’s sensor is 45 million pixels, because this is a necessary condition to support DCI recording. In DCI mode, at least 4K resolution is 4096×2160, while Ultra is 3840×2160. DCI is the digital cinema standard, and Ultra is the mainstream resolution of TV. So for 8K video, it is 8192*4320 and 7680*4320.
In addition, Canon EOSR5’s 8K video seems to also support 24p and 25p. This probably means that you will also get 30p 8K recording. As for the video codec, it has All-I intra-frame compression, IPB inter-frame compression and RAW video recording.
It is understood that the memory card used with the streaming image is a 512GB CFexpress, so it can be estimated that the bit rate of its 8K video is about 400MB/S based on time. The recording time limit of a single video is currently unknown. The tester concluded that EOSR5 has no cropping under 8K30P and 4K120P; dual-card slot recording is not possible; continuous shooting of 8K video for 20 minutes has no overheating problems.
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