Canon EOS R5 Mirrorless Camera Review

There is no doubt that Canon has a sense of time to bring out a camera of epic proportions. With 5D they succeeded in taking over the professional DSLR market in 2010, and with the R5, they are looking to shift gears, bringing high-quality technology and equipment to the mass professional market in a mirrorless look.

Canon EOS R5: Key Specifications

Healer: Digic X
sensor: 45MP full-frame CMOS
video: Max 8K 30p / 4K 120p / 1080p 60p
stability: 5 axes installation
ISO sensitivity: 100-51,200 (expandable to 50-102400)
Monitor: 3.5 inch fully articulated touch screen

Released in the midst of the critically acclaimed COVID pandemic, the Canon EOS R5 (Opens in a new tab) Felt like a natural evolution from the brand Canon EOS 5D Mark IVwith the previous version Canon EOS R. (Opens in a new tab) The mirrorless camera serves as a test bed to get people used to the idea of ​​a full frame without a mirror. After two years, some stiff competition and some firmware upgrades, can the R5 still live up to expectations?