We take a closer look at the highest resolution full-frame DSLR to date in our Canon EOS 5DS R review
Canon EOS 5DS R Review – Features
Physically the cameras are based on the EOS 5D Mark III, with a near-identical body design. But to support the high-resolution sensor they gain a new shutter and mirror assembly that’s designed to minimise vibrations.
The in-camera sharpening algorithms have also been updated to help get the most detail out of the cameras’ image files.
The sensitivity range covers ISO 100-6400 as standard, and ISO 50-12800 extended, which looks a bit limited for a full-frame camera these days. Shutter speeds range from 30sec to 1/8000 sec, and continuous shooting maxes out at 5 frames per second. Essentially the 5DS R is optimised for studio work, and is slightly less of an all-rounder than the 5D Mark III.