Canon is currently developing the EOS R5 full-frame mirrorless camera. According to report from the Japanese website Newswitch, the Canon EOS R5 camera will be officially announced before the 2020 Summer Olympics which will start on July 24, 2020.
The new Canon EOS R5 full-frame mirrorless camera is already listed at Adorama and B&HPhoto. Here is what we know so far about the Canon EOS R5:
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Canon announces the development of Canon EOS R5 full frame mirrorless camera. This will be a flagship RF-mount mirrorless camera with built-in image stabilization, capable of 8K video and 20fps burst mode.
Not much details shared in the development announcement also the release date of the EOS R5 expected to be sometime in 2020. You can find the Canon EOS R5 specifications below. Other than that check out this previous rumor post to find out more details about the EOS R5.
Alongside the R5, Canon is also teasing ‘9 RF lenses’ coming later this year, including a new telezoom – the RF 100-500mm F4.5-7.1 L IS USM. Samples of the R5, the 100-500mm, and two new RF Extenders (1.4X and 2X) are expected to be shown at the WPPI show in Las Vegas, and the CP+ show in Yokohama, Japan.
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Rumored Canon EOS R5 specifications surfaced over the web today.
The name of the upcoming Canon full frame mirrorless camera is almost clear and will be called the Canon EOS R5. The first specs include a 45mp full-frame sensor, IBIS, 12fps mechanical and 20fps electronic burst. It will use a similar battery to the 5D Mark IV, can shoot 4K/120p video, and may even be able to shoot 8K/30p video.