80 million pixels? Canon will return to the pinnacle of high-resolution full-frame cameras
released on Sony A7R4 full frame without After reversing the camera, the 61-megapixel camera has become the current full-frame camera with the highest pixels, replacing Canon’s 5Ds/5DsR high-pixel dominant position. But the upcoming Canon high-resolution version of the EOS R camera may bring Canon back to the pinnacle of high-resolution full-frame cameras.
According to sources recently broke the news, there are currently two versions of Canon’s high-resolution EOS R camera undergoing prototype testing, one of which is at 70 million pixels , Another test prototype exceeded a staggering 80 million pixels. The source also said that Canon’s high-pixel version of the EOS R camera will use technologically advanced image sensor technology, and this technology has surpassed Sony. Perhaps, Canon will not only surpass its rivals in terms of pixels, but also compete head-on with similar products in technical details.
Reviewed earlier According to previous news, Canon’s high-resolution EOS R camera has now entered the prototype test stage and is expected to be released within this year. The camera will use a dual card slot design, the body will be equipped with the long-awaited focus selection joystick for many Canon users, and the body sensor anti-shake technology will also be applied to this high-pixel version of the EOS R camera.
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