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Canon 5Ds R : Specifications and Opinions




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The Canon 5Ds R is a reflex camera with FF (1.0x) sensor and 50.3 megapixels manufactured from 2015. The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 50 - 12800 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 5 FPS x 15 RAW, 28 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 3150 €;
86 users have given it an average vote of 9.5 out of 10


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 Sensor
 Format   Fullframe, 36 x 24 mm (image ratio 3:2, crop factor 1.0x in comparison with FF)
 Resolution   50.3 megapixel
 ISO sensitivities   50 - 12800
 File formats   JPEG, RAW

 Esposure
 Shutter speeds   30" - 1/8000
 Exp. compensation   +/- 5 stops at 1/3 steps
 Exp. modes   M, S, A, P
 Metering modes   Multi-Area, Semi-Spot, Spot

 Features
 Mount   Canon EF (click here to view al compatible lenses)
 Stabilization   No
 Autofocus (AF areas)   61
 Continuos shooting (with autofocus)   5 FPS x 15 RAW, 28 JPEG
 Continuos shooting (without autofocus)   5 FPS x 15 RAW, 28 JPEG
 Live View   Yes
 MLU/SS   Yes, Silent Shooting and Mirror Lock Up
 Dust reduction   Yes
 Video mode   1920x1080p @ 30 FPS
 WiFi   No
 GPS   No
 USB   micro-USB (USB 3.0)
 USB Charging   No

 Built and notes
 Touchscreen   No
 LCD   3.2", 720 x 480 pixels, fixed
 Viewfinder   Optical, coverage 100%, 0.71x
 Flash   No
 Storage   SD, SDHC, SDXC (UHS-I)
 Storage, Slot 2   CF
 Shutter   Mechanical
 Battery   Li-Ion (Canon LP-E6N, capacity 13.42 Wh)
 Weather sealing   Yes
 Weight   930 g
 Dimensions   152 x 116 x 76 mm
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avatarjunior
sent on May 28, 2020

Pros: True resolution without sharpening, build quality, ergonomics, customization.

Cons: Lack of built-in speedlite transmitter, requires uncompromising optics (forget anything that is not fixed optics or L-series), if you have no video claims anything else.

Opinion: I delved into that full frame take. I was undecided between 5D mkIV and 5Ds/5Ds r; not that I didn't like the 1Dx mkIII, but I discarded it at the start so I didn't have to sell my kidney. The 5D mkIV I discarded almost immediately because I wanted a more extreme reflex, more shifted on the pure image resolution. Let's start with what are proclaimed as its flaws: micromosso and moiré. I come from an experience born with film on FD, then Eos 450D and Eos 77D. For economic reasons I have no stabilized L optics and I have become accustomed to shooting freehand with the 77D and the 70-200 2.8L. The APSC density of the 77D is significantly higher than the density of the 5Ds r (crop APSC 24mpxl VS. 19mpxl), so if you get used to a dense APSC you won't have micromox problems. Also consider that the mirror movement of the 5Ds r is cushioned and the mass of the machine body softens the vibrations a lot. Moiré: I photographed buildings with perforated sheet as a coating with different zooms, distances, inclinations; fabrics, grids, etc... Engaging for now I have not been able to see moiré, surely it will pop up at the least opportune time, but for now it has not presented itself except in cases visible to the naked eye. Take away these doubts, yes, maybe it is a bit compressed as a dynamic range and the has high iso noise that with 50mpxl you have to wait... On the other hand, flagship Canon (1Dx MkIII) has less than half the resolution just to better tolerate this problem, manage a low 16-point filter and afford to record 14 RAW/sec. It's a choice, it's not a quick and easy machine, but it gives satisfaction to the maniacs of resolution and nuances (finally I shoot panoramas and the foliage is not kneaded). I took a RAW, removed any post-production correction and it's more resolute than the 77D without that annoying forced effect of sharpening; defined and soft at the same time as for those who remember it was Fujifilm Astia 100 on 6x6. On both tests I used the 24-70 2.8L II at f5.6 and the 5Ds r , being less dense as a sensor, also showed fewer defects than the images recorded by the 77D. So look at the new super-resolute APSCs because they will demand extremely defined optics, you will see defects even in the most emblazoned optics. In the menus a lot of customizations, very useful and that should put on all models, is the minimum speed of click under which the sensitivity is automatically varied (which can be forced within a predetermined range). I read that someone called it a defect the lack of a touchscreen; yes, it's convenient, but then you should orient yourself on a mirrorless. At first when you set the reflex it is a bit of a mata to use sticks, keys and wheels, but it is a reflex: the eye must stand of the viewfinder and this body has all the necessary commands on the buttons. The only flaw for me is the lack of an IR integrated transmitter for speedlite that forces me to use one of the two flashes as a transmitter over the reflexes subtracting it from the scene. In 2020, any PC higher than the fifth-generation Intel i7 handles RAW shots in tolerable time, of course if you do 50 levels, masks, filters, etc., maybe you need a good graphics card or reduce pxl after the development of the RAW. In conclusion: do you want uncompromising resolution and soft nuances, but not kneaded? It's your reflex. Do you want to make videos or take home the safe shot even with optics not "top"? choose another model.

avatarjunior
sent on October 19, 2019

Pros: Nitify, Raw files ready, Autofocus, Exposure, ergonomics, white balance, 5D quality, double slot, fast wi-fi.

Cons: none if you don't need extreme burst, iso very high and need to make videos.

Opinion: I had tried the excellent 6D, 6DII, 5DII and 5DIII and was looking for the ultimate machine body for my needs. I'm not making videos, I was looking for a Reflex that just took great pictures. I have been using it for a few months but before the purchase I studied it thoroughly and listened to the directions of a friend who owns it for professional use. The 5DIV is probably more versatile but I don't think the images are so beautiful, especially at the low iso; Moreover, at this time the SR is very cost-effective. Compared to previous bodies the paint is a brighter black and the plastics have been improved to increase grip. When it came out, For Canon's Trade Policy it was presented as a 5d3 for those in need of making large prints. All the bloggers have followed this trail, I think without really trying it. It's actually a real evolution, it's a versatile machine that shares the Battery-Grip with the III. The powerful 50mp sensor offers stunning magnifiers but also allows Crop and downsizing to s-raw and m-raw, I use it mainly at m-raw and when I can use the mirror block function 1/4s. The mechanics have been redesigned to reduce noise, the shot is very quiet and the frame is stiffer, just take it in your hand to understand it. The ergonomics for me is perfect, it looks like the extension of my arm, the controls are simple and the weight is not felt, I use it without shoulder strap. I am an amateur and profane photographer and to increase the pleasure of this hobby this 5DsR prompted me to replace the 24-105 L series with three fixed optics including the Zeiss 21 and 50 mm at MF, maybe I will also take the 85 f/1.4. Surely with optical series "L" is not wrong but I am also satisfied with the very sharp 35 f2 IS and also the fifty f1.8 stm. It seems that this sensor resappears the lenses a little sluggish. Between f8 and F11 you get very sharp images, you don't need to close the diaphragm any further. I also have a 70-300 L tele that for the moment I used only in architecture and with suboptimal light, but the potential is perceived... I hope to return to Africa soon to make us wildlife too. For me not to be underestimated that the wi-fi with W-E1 card is much faster than the native 6D and above all I do not forget it clobbeaned! In conclusion, a success of 10 and praise.

avatarjunior
sent on July 19, 2019

Pros: File Clarity - Ergonomics and Command Predisposition - Autofocus - Tropicalization - Double Memories Slots - High Light Recoveries

Cons: ISO Estate Over 1600 - Shadow Recoveries - Dynamic Range - Autonomy - Slow in Post-Shooting - Sensitive to Diffraction

Opinion: Bought and sold after about 2 months after owning 1000D > 60D > 6D, Grand Machine on the construction side and predisposition of controls, basically it is a 5D Mark III with a 50mpx sensor, in fact it is just nice to hold, the autofocus if set properly does not disappoint never, but the real effect "Wow" is the sharpness of the Files that churns out as long as you mount lenses worthy of the Sensor, even the recoveries of the High lights are very good, but let's move on to the sore notes: if you do landscape and often use the live view you need at least 2/3 batteries , while if you use almost only the mirror the autonomy is not bad, you get about 500-600 shots with the original batteries LP-E6N, but this in the end is a subjective problem, above f5.6 you already perceive diffraction, but the drop that made the vase overflow are the recovering shadows and dynamic range, nothing better than the respective 6D and 5DIII released 3 years before, a real disappointment given the price of the body, in fact before buying the 5DsR I had the 6D and in the recoveries of 2-3 stop the background noise is almost identical , and the 6D with the same ISO was slightly cleaner, for those who say it is a "study" machine I agree only partly for the dynamic range, in fact it was enough to spend a weekend with a D800E to go to the other side and buy a D810, which despite being out 1 year or before in cleaning files are light years away.... Really a shame for Canon, and this confirms the difficulty in reselling it, in fact I had to change it...

avatarsenior
sent on March 27, 2019

Pros: Image Quality at 360 °... Good even at 1600/2000 ISO, but up to 1200 the rendering of the images is unbeatable in every point of view... machinability files... Sturdy body and "for me" ergonomic to perfection.

Cons: If You use the monitor very little battery autonomy. For me no but maybe for some the burst limited to 5 fps. Heavy Files, it takes a good PC.

Opinion: I waited quite a while before reviewing the Canon 5DSR, I wanted to be certain of what I thought and wrote... I do not review the video part because I do not care, I never do. I have been holding and using it for over a year, I took it on the advice of a friend who still owns it, I admit that after a few tests, at first glance I thought I had made a "cavolata"... At the beginning (about a month) there was some difficulty in managing it, but when I went into tune, and after doing (personally) all the settings on the camera combined with the optics I had the pleasure of enjoying all the merits. Reflex particular but rich in content, especially those related to the potential/quality of the image rendered.... Obviously the files are "Pesantucci", it takes a good processor in the PC. Who thinks is a reflex only for a few photographic uses as landscape or studio wrong, it is not so... I do mostly naturalistic, and I can say that it is the best SLR I have owned for that purpose,.. It takes away so many chestnuts from the fire, es: I can crop to 100/150x100 without loss of quality, also have a perfectly sharp subject, which covers a good surface of the finished photo and in case to be presented. Obviously with many Megapixels (RAW 50ml) you have to be careful of the blur, but once understood/managed to handle the results are surprising and unreachable with other cameras. Noise management is good/excellent even at 1600/2000 ISO, and in M-RAW (30ml pix) in the fact of noise the results are identical to the 5DMK3 (which I own).... In RAW at 50ml of pixel up to 1200 ISO image rendering is unbeatable in every point of view, sharpness, color and effect three-dimensionality... The workability in post is very good and in the recovery lights/shadows are absent the artifacts... Zero Bandig, which is sometimes present in the 5d3. Some might say that in naturalistic would serve the burst over 5 Mbps, personally I do not find limiting, of course it is my way of photographing, rarely (almost never) use continuous shots of The autofocus if set well is fast and precise, of course the The lens must be adjusted to the performance request. Even the ergonomics (for me that I have big hands) is perfect, as the feeling of robustness... I'm not going to list all the custom settable functions, one of those (for me) very useful, set the over/under exposure in a click with main wheel. The thing that must be said is that the micro fine adjustment must be done at a point, and that wants lenses/optics performing/solving, with these attentions the result is of sure effect.... A real pleasure to see the results obtained..! A tip to those who wanted to buy or bought it recently, patience and commitment, use it frequently, it takes some time to understand and discover all its potential. I gave a 10 vote in view of the difference in all round performance with other cameras owned, even different serie1.

avatarjunior
sent on September 28, 2018

Pros: Exceptional file quality, sharpness and detail at the top, possibility of making incredible crop, "clicking" Many photos from a single. The best for those who do panoramas, fashion, and studio photos.

Cons: Weight, autofocus, excessive noise at very high ISO.

Opinion: I have for two years the 5DSR and I am very satisfied, it is an exceptional machine for a specific use, that is, you can hate or love depending on what type of photography you intend to do. It is certainly not a machine for all, of the type frames and snaps, it requires a considerable experience to be able to exploit to the fullest all the potentialities. For panoramas and photos from studio or fashion is not rivals, as long as it is combined with high-level optics (L-series) to make the most of the detail. Except of course with full light, it is preferable to always use it with a support to avoid the micro blur that you perceive, but only at maximum magnification. Personally I used it freehand for photos in church or night up to Iso 2000 without problems, also succeeding in making cuttings. It also has a discreet burst that allows, within certain limits to take sports photos, even if it was not born for this kind of use. Autofocus should be improved with multiple points and phase autofocus. The video is certainly not at high levels, but who buys this machine does not seek this. Ultimately this is a machine to use for "quiet" photos and meditate and will give exceptional results, significantly higher than the competition.




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