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Canon EOS R5 : Specifications and Opinions




Canon EOS R5, front

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Canon EOS R5, top



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 4288 €;
125 users have given it an average vote of 9.3 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   45 megapixel
 ISO sensitivities   50 - 102400
 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 RF (click here to view all compatible lenses)
 Stabilization   Yes
 Autofocus (AF areas)   1053
 Continuos shooting (with autofocus)   20 FPS x 180 RAW, 350 JPEG
 Live View   Yes
 Dust reduction   Yes
 Video mode   C8K (8192x4320p) @ 30 FPS
 WiFi   Yes
 GPS   No
 USB   USB-C (3.2 2x2)
 USB Charging   Yes

 Built and notes
 Touchscreen   Yes
 LCD   3.2", 2.1 Mdots, 1024 x 680 pixels, articulated
 Viewfinder   Electronic, coverage 100%, 0.76x
 Viewfinder resolution   1600 x 1200 px
 Flash   No
 Storage   CFExpress Type B
 Storage, Slot 2   SD, SDHC, SDXC (UHS-II)
 Shutter   Mechanical and electronic
 Battery   Li-Ion (Canon LP-E6NH, capacity 15.33 Wh)
 Weather sealing   Yes
 Weight   740 g
 Dimensions   138 x 97 x 88 mm

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avatarjunior
sent on September 13, 2022

Pros: 45 Mpx, dynamic range, shadow recovery and highlights. Compactness, sensor cover curtain, deadly AF. Wi-Fi. 4K 120 fps. Adjustable screen. Viewfinder really crazy in terms of colors and rendering.

Cons: Price, but adequate to the product. Delicate compared to the 5D I come from. Viewfinder definitely small (the R3 has the perfect one). It tends to overheat in burst or video mode. I would add that it is absolutely necessary to upgrade your PC, memory cards (CFexpress) and a hard disk. Very large and heavy files, especially with the Dual Pixel Raw!

Opinion: Almost a year after its possession, after several years of 5D mk iii, I must say that after getting used to the R5, I find no defects except its delicacy, especially in the materials. Fast and accurate AF with its native (RF) optics. Excellent dynamic range, recovery shadows and high lights crazy. The only thing, the colors, are not those typical of Canon, although with a little retouch you get crazy results. Definitely happy with the purchase, especially for AF tracking vehicles, which is why I use it more often. 45 Mpx of pure pleasure. If I recommend it ? Absolutely! Hard to beat.

avatarjunior
sent on September 02, 2022

Pros: lots of news, highly developed AF

Cons: cost, battery, many parameters to learn

Opinion: Born with the canon 600D, passed to the 5D III (which in my opinion is and remains an extraordinary machine), bought the R that I kept for 1 year .. and in the end spent 2000 euros thanks to trade-in at RCE and I bought the R5. I do not want to go back to the technical disquisitions that people much more experienced than me have clearly described. Just highlight in a very practical way..... 1 I did not notice a great advance in sharpness and detail relative to 45Mp. I think I get who knows what .. but if I have to be honest a normal photo in the mountains, maybe of a wild animal or a panorama is practically identical to the R and slightly higher than the 5D mIII. 2. as a good passionate user, I downloaded the whole manual, printed, read everything, tried to study it ... I think there is so much stuff to know that it is easy to get lost. I honestly find that you lose the immediacy of a car where perhaps with fewer options it was easier to take and shoot ... 3. The battery is a different world... percarita seems the comparison of when we all switched to smartphones, the old nokia lasted a week and the smartphone barely arrived at half a day. let's say that you have to count 600 shots in manual mixed car mode to be sure to stay active with enough energy. 4. I have not noticed any particular improvements in having internal stabilization, on or off for my way of photographing has no incidence. 5. from 5d to R the difference on the viewfinder I noticed it, perhaps it was the thing that bothered me most of all (in addition to the obnoxious swipe), but from the R to the R5 it has definitely improved and I must say that I do not notice so much difference. It is not what makes you photograph better or worse, percarita is not yet up to the optical viewfinder, but I think it is absolutely superimposable as a yield. 6. I thought that the selection of the af point with the touch was manna from heaven, but practically I can not use it, I find myself using the joistick or relying on the car identification of the car. 7. the Af as a chase is very valid and very helpful, but it is often deceived. a huge advance, but first the machine must understand what you want to pursue. my subjects (children, animals, insects) often move quickly in an environment rich in details and the machine sometimes makes mistakes to identify the subject or the eye of the subject. with this I am not saying that it does not work, but simply that reading here and there I thought it was really infallible. Instead it is very advanced, it chases very well, but let's say that you have to work on it a little and it does not do the whole car at all. (I have all L-series RF lenses, so I don't blame the lenses). 8. I don't know anything about videos because I don't make 9. the file size is passable, we are from 25 to 35 mb for photos in compressed raw format. I have rather difficulty seeing the preview on both win 10 and 11, slightly faster on 11. keep in mind that windows tends to apply some sort of filter after a few seconds after viewing for cr3 files. it is therefore necessary to always use dedicated software such as lightroom or photoshop. I hope that sooner or later they will fix this nonsense that once put in place could be very convenient. 10. is it worth it for the 2000 euros? no in my opinion no, I have no improvements on the photos that are worth 2000 euros.

avatarsenior
sent on August 18, 2022

Pros: Dynamic range, burst, raw quality, af

Cons: Ibis not very incisive, cost of rf lenses needed with this sensor, no focus stacking in the room, sharpness

Opinion: I gave up my 6Dmark2 and the Eos R attracted by the Ibis and the possibility of taking sports photos thanks to the fast burst and the most permissive viewfinder in the pursuit of fast subjects. The Eos R5 does not disappoint, the first surprise is the dynamic range, the color rendering is absurd compared to my old cameras. In sports it behaves well, easily holds the subject in chase mode and in portraits it is excellent. The defects that I found are in the ibis very little incisive, in the focus stacking that exploits the electronic shutter and therefore does not allow you to use the flash and in the use of ef lenses that do their job but suffer the 45mp of the camera, it results in a poor sharpness, even compared to the Eos R with which I allowed myself to shoot at F1.2, with the R5 it is no longer possible. For an amateur photographer buying RF lenses is really a nice expense and as long as third-party manufacturers do not produce RF lenses, this will remain a limitation of this camera.

avatarjunior
sent on August 05, 2022

Pros: Adjustable screen, sensor cover curtain, highlight recovery, image depth, sharpness

Cons: Quality/price ratio, high ISO yield, software limits

Opinion: Mine will be a rather "out of the chorus" review but, what I am going to write is a personal opinion and therefore consequently, questionable ... having said that, I state that I have been a professional since 2006, I have always been a canon user (mark 5d mark II, then Mark III), and then switch to mirrorless choosing Sony (A7 III). Driven by positive reviews and being already the owner of a large park of canon lenses, I decided to take the plunge and buy the R5 ... I believe that every opinion is guided by previous experiences and in this, willy-nilly, Sony, in this review, acts as a beacon for everything else ... Having said that, speaking of R5, I found many limits that, frankly, I did not expect from a camera that, it is good to remember, touches the 4,000 euros of expenditure, first of all: 1. unlike Sony there is no zebra Settings during shooting, I explain, the areas that could be burned are not indicated, this obviously affects the amount of correct shots; you will say: "there is the histogram", of course, but even in its most reduced version it is so invasive in the viewer that it sincerely takes away my ability to compose the image. 2. the VIEW FINDER is really SOFT, once adjusted up to the diopter, the vision is so soft that sometimes I wonder if the focus is correct (I repeat, my opinion is always to be compared with Sony a7 III)... always talking about viewfinder, despite the adjustments on the color / brightness is really so far from the real color of the image, the trend is always towards the blue even calibrating it ... 3. IBIS, this unknown... with canon adapted lenses not stabilized I tried the one "in the room", in short, I have a lot of micro-slide with largely safety times on subjects just in motion (for example the celebrated at a birthday) and I speak of 1/250s with 35mm lens, as well as, micromove in the studio with flash light at 1/125s ... and I repeat, I do not feel like calling myself a naïve, working in this sector for almost 20 years ... 4.ISO... ok, we have 45mp, you can not expect results at the height of denser and lower sensors, but even at low ISO (640/800), the shadows recoveries are, in my opinion, VERY questionable ... my suggestion is to always shoot extra-correct and, indeed, possibly stay "high" on display because, underexposing, even slightly, can be very dangerous .. 4. SHARPNESS... as I said I do not have RF lenses, before buying I wanted to test the system and then understand whether to take the plunge ... so for now I use my 12 canon lenses with "base" canon adapter... having said that, making a comparison "shoulder to shoulder" with Sony, I did not find great difference on sharpness and even less on dynamic range; canon ticks it only on the recovery lights. 5. AF... I can send you many files in which, the much vaunted AF, first of all the eye tracking, has gone to be blessed ... even here, sincerely, I can say that I had the feeling that, there is a great overvaluation, of course, it remains better than the Sony a7III which is however of a previous generation. In conclusion, I am VERY DISAPPOINTED by this camera that, from the reviews seen and read in all languages, seemed to be the turning point for canon and for those who, like me, wanted to give their customers more quality.. at the moment after a few weeks of trial I am very tempted to resell everything and return to Sony (with 4000 euros I could buy a new body plus a lens ..........). --> Update to 7/09/2022: After a wedding service I decided to keep the R5; it remains a "daytime" camera, in my opinion its limit is 6400 ISO which, in my opinion, does not justify the price. But I appreciated the stunning three-dimensionality of the files.

avatarjunior
sent on March 21, 2022

Pros: Autofocus, burst, high ISO rendering, IBIS, image quality in general, very high customization

Cons: Cost, lots of settings to be aware of.

Opinion: I have been using it since July 2021, mainly for nature and macro photos for now. Compared to my previous 7D, undoubtedly another world. I read a lot before the purchase, I remember many of the conclusions reached by the authors of the reviews, and I like to set up my review by synthesizing and confirming them. So: 1) for naturalistic use, this machine greatly increases the percentage of successful shots, which you can take home. Good or bad, in my case, the beautiful occasions, to which I cared, were almost always exploited thanks to the burst at 20 fps and the very fast and precise autofocus (eyeAF in particular, both on old lenses such as the EF 400 f / 5.6L, even more on the RF 100-500); 2) my base ISO value has gone from 400 to 1600, and I am not afraid to get to 6400 when needed, especially when this is functional only to have very fast shutter speeds even in so much light; this allows you to always photograph at times around 1/2000 even with lenses that are not very bright, thus bringing home still images of subjects that start in flight, shoot, etc., often unexpected events; 3) the IBIS, especially coupled to the RF 100-500, is really a remarkable help and I can shoot freehand at 500 or 700 mm at times even of 1/20 s, especially if in support; imagine photographing a blackbird with the streamy water of the stream; it is a concrete possibility to follow the subject freehand from one stone to another and shoot at the right time, even taking advantage of the burst (as long as it stands still during the shot ...); 4) if the light you shoot at is even minimally good, the R5 will do it full justice and exalt it, without having to go crazy with particular stunts in post production; excellent, in particular, the management of backlight and strongly contrasted situations; 5) being able to crop images a lot thanks to the 45 Mpx is really an undeniable advantage, and also gives here the possibility of having an acceptable shot as a resolution on many more occasions than with a "normal" 20-30 Mpx (lapalissiano, but when you really realize it is still very rewarding!); 6) generally, I can't wait to mount the RF 100-500 and go where there is some promising situation with various animals, so much so that perhaps I am neglecting a little the other genres, given the pleasure that this camera gives in this type of photography! I have therefore listed a series of non-technical considerations, but of real satisfaction deriving from practical use. I hope they serve beyond the strictly technical parameters, which you can find everywhere. In a nutshell, it is really nice and pleasant to use it. The only flaws are the cost, undoubtedly. Then, being very customizable, on the other hand sometimes you get something wrong and you go to alter the settings without realizing it too much. To be clear, a bit like it can happen with a very complex smartphone in the settings. One last negative note, common to the whole RF system. The fact of having to mount the caps of the lenses and the machine by aligning the notches is certainly not very practical, especially for those who take pictures in often uncomfortable conditions and are quickly changing lens (or multiplier) for a suddenly appeared subject.




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