New 5Dr/s ?


jembo 15 139 United Kingdom
31 Jan 2015 7:21PM

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ikett 9 545 England
31 Jan 2015 9:00PM
Lots of mutterings all over the web, usually some truth in them somewhere.
JackAllTog Plus
10 5.7k 58 United Kingdom
31 Jan 2015 10:19PM

Quote:Lots of mutterings all over the web, usually some truth in them somewhere.

The canon rumours site says its a fact and published some specs.

Interestingly perhaps 3 new premium camera's and perhaps 2 with high Mpixel count and a new colour pixel layout that may be better for studio/landscape work; whilst the other lower pixel one is more for events and sports with the good high ISO you'd expect from a high end camera.

The good news i hope for is that perhaps the currently available models will further crop in price - lets see a 6D killer deal please Jessops - yes I know your current one is really good.
redhed17 14 866 England
31 Jan 2015 10:34PM
If real, 50mp and a high ISO of 6400 should make it a niche landscape/studio camera.

No doubt some rich non Pro's will buy it and moan about the poor ISO performance. Wink lol

Interesting that they don't seem to have put the 7DII AF into it. :-/

Has anyone seen a price mentioned?
Mike_Smith Plus
12 595 1 United Kingdom
6 Feb 2015 7:35PM
Canon EOS 5DS is 2999 and the Canon EOS 5DSr is 3199 at London camera exchange
jembo 15 139 United Kingdom
6 Feb 2015 8:01PM
Pricey.

I'll have to stick with the Mk1.
discreetphoton Plus
15 3.5k 20 United Kingdom
6 Feb 2015 9:44PM
Based on experience of the Nikon D800 and the subsequent slow-down in workflow caused by 36MP files, I'd advise anyone looking at this to spend at least half again in upgrading your computer system. I've just bought a 16MP body for day-to-day shooting that won't fill up my hard drive so quickly.
arhb 12 3.4k 68 United Kingdom
6 Feb 2015 9:54PM
At least it'll make the 5D mk3 cheaper........ #hopefully
redhed17 14 866 England
6 Feb 2015 11:28PM

Quote:At least it'll make the 5D mk3 cheaper........ #hopefully


I can't see it affecting the 5DIII as, imho, it's a totally different product. Apart from the 5D in the title. Wink

You never know though, prices are always going down. Wink
karl 16 652 United Kingdom
7 Feb 2015 10:26PM

Quote:Based on experience of the Nikon D800 and the subsequent slow-down in workflow caused by 36MP files, I'd advise anyone looking at this to spend at least half again in upgrading your computer system. I've just bought a 16MP body for day-to-day shooting that won't fill up my hard drive so quickly.


Surely you just set it to record a smaller file instead? Getting another body seems an extreme way of doing it. Just because you have 36MP doesn't mean you have to use them all Smile


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