Canon announces EOS 5DS-DSLR with 50-megapixel sensor




Canon has presented the Eos 5DS, a DSLR with a sensor that has a maximum resolution of over 50 megapixels. This makes it the DSLR with the highest resolution to date. In crop mode he shoots still photos with a resolution of 19 megapixels.

The 5DS gets a dual Digic6 image processor, a newer version of the Digic5 + from the 5D Mark III. The ISO range is 100-6400, with expansion to 12,800. That’s less than the 5D Mark III that comes to 25,600 with expansion to 102,400. Even less is the amount of photos that the new 5DS can make per second. That’s five, where the 5D Mark III can make six. This is undoubtedly due to the higher resolution of the sensor, which shoots pictures at up 8688×5792 pixels. Videos shoot the camera at up to 1080p at 30fps.

The 5Ds has 61 off points and features an a 150,000 pixel RGB + ir’-fotometriesensor. The camera has a 1.6x 1,3x- and-crop mode, where users still take pictures at 19 megapixels. This further supports the device for time-lapse videos, and is the feature interval and bulb-timers. The camera finally gets a body of magnesium alloy, which is resistant to dust and water. That body is 15,2×11,6×7,2cm and weighs 930 grams.

Canon camera equipped with a 3.2 “LCD of the Clear View II type with a million pixels The DSLR comes in two variants:. The regular Eos 5DS and 5DS R. The R version of the EOS 5DS must do without optical low-pass filter. How big the price difference will be is not yet known. Both cameras come in June for the first time.


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