The Canon EOS R5 C offers true hybrid photography and cinematography

The Canon EOS R5 C offers true hybrid photography and cinematography

Canon EOS R5 C Review:

DSLR and mirrorless cameras have become much better at recording videos over the years, allowing you to shoot 4K and 8K movies with the same camera you use for nature photography. Nevertheless, these DSLRs and mirrorless cameras have remained primarily photographic devices, with features that revolve around taking pictures rather than filmmaking. If you wanted to have full-width filmmaking features, you must choose a dedicated film camera. At least that was the case until the Canon EOS R5 C.

Announced as a “true hybrid camera”, it is designed to serve both a camera and a camera. Unlike traditional DLSR cameras and mirrorless cameras, it does not go halfway in the camera part either, as it combines both the photo-oriented features of the EOS R5 and the cinematic strokes of the Cinema EOS line of costume.

Canon EOS R5 C Features:

Canon EOS R5 C is equipped with 45 megapixel CMOS chip sensor, with ISO range 100 to 51,200 (can be enlarged to 102,400), full-resolution continuous shooting at up to 20 frames per second with an electronic shutter (12 frames per second using mechanical), and 1,024 autofocus areas. It also gets ingenious autofocus, with the ability to detect and track the eyes, face, head or whole body of both humans and animals. There is even a still image sensor for vehicles to take pictures of cars and motorcycles driving fast.

For video, it can record 8K full frame footage at 60 frames per second, 5.9K at 60 frames per second, 2.9K at 60 frames per second and 4k at 120 frames per second in 12 bit RAW, XF-AVC and MP4 formats. It also supports 8K HDR recording in HLG and PQ formats, as well as 4K at 120 fps recording in 4: 2: 2 10 bit color without editing. There is even support for recording two separate files in different formats and resolutions, which allows them to be used for more complex workflows.

Canon EOS R5 C

The Canon EOS R5 C comes with a triple power switch that allows you to turn it on in either photo or video mode, where all menus and button functions change immediately to reflect the current mode. Physically it takes the body of the EOS R5 but expands it to add an active cooling system, which uses an air vent and fan system to prevent the hardware from overheating while video recording is in high resolution. According to Canon, this cooling system enables non-stop 8K / 60fps recording, so you can keep recording as long as your storage media can handle the file size.

Canon EOS R5 C Specification:

Probably due to the amount of space the cooling system takes up, it cannot accommodate image stability in the body like most high quality cameras do. This means that you have to rely on the visual stability of the lenses you attach to your body, as well as the electronic image stability of the system. Other features include the ability to record VR videos (when used with Canon’s Dual Fisheye lens), simultaneous audio recording on a special .WAV file, built-in Wi-Fi, 5.76 million pixel OLED viewfinder and incredibly light weight. Only 1.7 pounds (body only).

Canon EOS R5 C Price:

The Canon EOS R5 C is expected to be released in March, priced at $ 4,499.

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