Canon will release two 50-megapixel SLR EOS 5Ds and EOS 5Ds R




Canon is preparing a 50-megapixel SLR camera Canon EOS 5Ds and 5Ds R, they will present the Japanese during the week. Cameras will be based on Canon EOS 5D Mark III, but with the new electronics and sensor. Both models get 50.6-megapixel CMOS-sensor (EOS 5Ds R will not have low-pass filter).

For those who are camera resolution seem redundant modes are Kropa 1.3x and 1.6x – they would “change” permission for formal increase. Cameras will receive electronic level horizon, and a transparent LCD screen in the viewfinder can display a composite grid. Added manual timer slow shutter speed and the ability to shoot timelapse-video. Workers ISO value limited to the range 50-12 800.

SLR will receive a 61-point autofocus system and a 150,000-pixel metering sensor c Scene Recognition. The second processor DIGIC 6 will track the movement of an object not only to the area of ​​maximum contrast, but also in color. Finally, the 252-zonal metering system in low light will turn into a 35-zone to gather more information and light.

Separately, you can note the system EOS iSA, which automatically analyzes the parameters of color, brightness, movement, contrast, and the distance to the subject. According iSA camera adds Auto Lighting Optimizer, determines the position of the people, the optimum exposure frame and white balance even in backlit.

Frequency Burst new items will be 5 frames per second. One of the innovations will be the anti-flicker system – in the light of fluorescent lamps camera itself will pick up the pace burst shooting that footage was evenly illuminated.

Display, battery and ergonomics of new products will be the same as that of EOS 5D Mark III. New items will be removed on the CF card and SD, will receive two signal processor DIGIC6 new generation.

Thus, autofocus cameras and measurements are indistinguishable from a top reportage Canon EOS-1D X, released in 2011.


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