The Canon EOS R5 is a mirrorless camera with FF (1.0x) sensor and 45 megapixels manufactured from 2020. The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 50 - 102400 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 20 FPS x 180 RAW, 350 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 4049 €;
95 users have given it an average vote of 9.3 out of 10
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Cons:Superior display switch mode between photo and video menu, a little bit about the EVF that does not convince me, a bit 'the weight.
Opinion:I state that I come from an RP for which the jump was obviously considerable. I've had it for a long time and I still haven't tested it 100%. Needless to say, it is a gem, very fast, the AF with eye tracking is a sniper. EVF and display quality are at the top, touch is worthy of an iPhone, perfect Canon-style menus as well as connectivity, connects on the fly with the smartphone via the native app and in a few seconds you transfer photos. As for the small upper display I do not like the way to switch from the photo menu to the video one, in practice you have to press another button, I know that they are small things, but I have always been used to the wheel that was more practical even if aesthetically less beautiful. I don't really like the level and the focus dot that you see on the EVF, they are too small in my opinion, on the RP they were a little more invasive but they could be seen better. Beautiful aesthetically, as well as the materials and grip. Coming from an RP that weighs only 450 grams obviously I feel a bit the difference in weight. I do not pronounce on the video side because I use it very little, even if with the potential it has it is really a waste not to use it, so who knows ... maybe I'll try more.
Opinion:premise:this is a camera that for an amateur like me is without undoubtedly (cit.) oversized,but since I came from a very difficult personal period I wanted to take off a touch and satisfy my ego a little, giving inside my Eos R and making this change that made me become a camera owner that I could call "definitive" ,or almost. we start from the beginning, it has the ergonomics that one expects from canon, all the keys in the right place and in general a family feeling that immediately puts you at ease and allows you to start mastering it, obviously making it make the most of it is another talk, especially with regard to the countless possibilities given by its focus module ,very fast and precise, with very advanced options to track people and animals the image quality is excellent, the 45 mpx are ideal to be able to crop images at will and to use it when needed in apsc mode, the filter is much less invasive than the R and rows are beautiful crisp and crisp the yield is excellent even with the adapted optics ,the rolling shutter very limited,the burst at 20 fps in ES formidable , but also the one at 12 fps in mechanical is really remarkable the buffer is infinite especially using the (expensive) cf express type B,the battery life is adequate but not to be mistaken I took the battery grip and a second original battery that allowed me to safely finish a day of dance essays with still the battery grip and a second original battery that allowed me to safely finish a day of dance essays with still the 35% charge on both batteries after more than 1000 shots.. in short, for my needs it is a formidable machine, I am still familiarizing and doing comparative tests between the various shooting and focusing modes, but I would say that she does not really miss anything price chapter:it is high,3800 euros plus 350 battery grip are not a joke (although in the store they evaluated my R well) ,but I think the technological contents of this R5 fully justify the required figure defects?not received,but I am a simple amateur so I do not make much text
Pros:Very fast machine at 45mpx, ergonomics and really good key layout, given and considering that I have been coming from 14 years of Nikon (and there we are at our best as ergonomics..), I used it only 2 times and immediately I found myself and did the sets properly. Very comfortable the rear wheel to which I have attributed the times in the shot, Canon makes you feel immediately at home also as a menu, even more intuitive than the Nikon who are already the best, Robusta, does not make you regret the SLRs, a camera that perfectly embodies the photographic philosophy of the shot. Very configurable at key level, robust and well built machine. Use CF E (B) cards, I think they are the best compromise today in storage level for these technological wonders.
Cons:Batteries. In about 3 hours of shed and 700 photos taken both in electronic /first curtain /mechanic has consumed a battery, it is energivora, and for a whole day of my kind you need at least 3, the BG is recommended, I do not mount it for practicality and lightness of the machine itself (in the future who knows). Sneeging ring explodes a little recessed and almost difficult to reach (I set it to Iso use). Viewfinder, however it is known sore of all ML, will not soon match a nice pentaprisma, which in many cases is also used for naturalistic observation. Too much information that distracts from the composition, but can also be removed. Boards once used for consistent bursts tend to heat up a lot (inevitable since the machine has to work out a lot of impressed data).
Opinion:Camera that brought back in Canon many "crooked packages" that were in other beaches because of the sensors that until yesterday mounted Canon, a wire Under sony. Compared to the shots taken with the D850, this R5, it hardly notices differences, if not a veiling wire conferred by the slight AA filter that the machine has, but to which the Canon lenses, very resolving on average, obsess. The total system change is always an unknown, and although the big shot is still not in my hands (Canon Ita is in distress and not delivery) and that is used with the 100-500 (fantastic and very fast) and the 400 F5.6 EF that I have on trial, the machine has always given its best. The adapted EF lenses "can't be heard", everything goes away linear and clear as if you were using an EF native attack reflex, which in Nikon with FTZ on Z7II (which I had on trial) and FL canvases (600 F4) was not. Crazy AF, in all customizable houses, 20fps, really too many, I don't think they look at 80% of the people who use it, it makes you feel right at home, and you don't regret switching to another Brand at all. Iso usable until 12800, the color is not affected at all, sensor that makes it good to climb iso in the color seal, which is very important when using very tight times on machines with a lot of resolution, and isos, often go to the stars. I reserve the right to make further considerations after intensive use of the same, so as to be as objective as possible in the knowledge of the medium.
Pros:Better than DSLR. AF, color rendering and ISO greatly improved. Very fast burst, perfect for everything.
Cons:It does not allow you to shoot above 1/60 with flash in electronic mode. But I don't make a drama out of it. You switch to normal mode and away.
Opinion:Coming from 5D mk4, 1DX and RP I was happily amazed at the quality of the files, already great for RP and R. Different types of AF hooking for all situations. The dynamic one for eyes or animals is mind-blowing, it does not miss a beat. With the new 2130 mAh LP-E6NH battery, on two occasions I have reached up to about 3450 shots in 2 hours of event, in burst mode, with electronic shutter. Double slot with CFExpress and very comfortable SD. For cfexpress I use 128GB Manfrotto and are faster than Lexar. IBS only works with some third-party optics, and activates automatically when needed. It also applies to Canon lenses and always depends on the lens stabilizer and at what times you shoot. You don't notice and there are no warnings in the crosshairs. They're no use. Very convenient if you want to use some lens without stabilizer. High YIELD of ISOs. Beautiful Jpeg files almost as a flagship. The adjustable display is a crazy cool for uncomfortable shots at first. With the BG-R10 battery grip excellent overall body/optical balance. There is only a small sore note left for those like me who are forced to shoot in electronic/silent mode, the anti-flicker option is not activated and flash shooting is limited. I hope in the next firmware for the anti-flicker. Excellent materials as per Canon tradition. The backward compatibility of the LP-E6 batteries is very intelligent.
Pros:Everything: autofocus, burst, stabilization, resolution and sharpness, dynamic range, construction, customizations, video compartment, etc. etc.
Cons:To be just picky, the only thing that can be reported is the battery life, good but not exceptional.
Opinion:Practically the state of the art of mirrorless technology. As someone who preceded me in the judgment, I come from many years of experience with canon professional cameras, but I find this R5 resolutely ahead of all the SLRs of the 5 series, in my opinion now surpassed in many respects even by the best APS-C on the market (vds. Fuji XT4). Compared to the 1DX III, whose ergonomics and robustness it does not achieve, it offers more than double resolution, which allows useful cutouts in case of excessive shooting distances, obviously without losing details and quality. In conclusion, progress is obvious and obvious. A large camera, which forces all other brands to chase for the time being.
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