We know Canon is currently working on a high megapixel full frame mirrorless camera (Canon EOS R3 or Canon EOS R5S). Recently our sources told us that Canon will announce the development of Canon EOS R5S before the end of 2020. So, if it turns out to be true, we will see the final official announcement in February or March 2021. In addition, the source claims that the Canon EOS R5S will be equipped with an 80MP full-frame CMOS image sensor and 5-Axis in-body Image Stabilization.
At present, the Sony a7R IV is temporarily ranked as the highest pixel of full frame camera with 61 million pixels. The ultimate 240 million pixels brought by this camera’s pixel shift multiple shooting mode is even more unique. In the fields of architectural photography, still life photography and art reproduction, the higher resolution brought by the pixel shift technology provides a wide space for later output. If the Canon EOS R5S camera can make a breakthrough in pixel shift technology, the camera will be a very terrifying and powerful full frame high pixel model.
Canon EOS R5S Rumored Specifications:
- 80MP full-frame CMOS image sensor
- 5-Axis in-body Image Stabilization
- No 8K video recording capability
- The design is similar to the Canon EOS R5 camera
- Dual card slots: SD (compatible with UHS-II), CFexpress type B
- LP-E6NH battery
- Built-in 5GHz Wi-Fi
- Magnesium alloy body
- Dust-proof and splash-proof
- Development announcement at the end of 2020
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