Canon EOS R5 sensor review and test results published by DxOMark. Canon EOS R5 achieves an outstanding overall score of 95 points, with a combination of 25.3 bits color depth, 14.6 EV dynamic range, and 3042 ISO low-light.
The new 45 MP EOS R5 ($3,899) sensor has excellent maximum dynamic range at base and it is close to the best-in-class (BSI) sensors throughout the ISO range.
From DxOMark‘s conclusion :
As for sensor performance, the EOS R5 sensor represents a high water mark for Canon. Maximum dynamic range is competitive with the best in class, and the R5 sensor offers a useful advantage at some crucial ISO settings over its rivals. It also has excellent color and low noise at high ISOs, which all go toward making the Canon EOS R5 one of the most well-rounded performers in this important category. It may have taken a while to get here, but the Canon EOS R5 looks set to be the one to beat.
Canon R5 At a Glance
- 45MP – Full frame CMOS Sensor
- ISO 100 – 51200
- Canon RF Mount
- Sensor-shift Image Stabilization
- 3.2 Fully Articulated Screen
- 5760k dot Electronic viewfinder
- 12.0 fps continuous shooting
- 8K – 8192 x 4320 video resolution
- 120 fps at 4K High-Speed Video
- Built-in Wireless
- 738g. 138 x 98 x 88 mm
- Weather Sealed Body
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