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 – Design and Performance
Robustly constructed with a magnesium alloy shell, the 5DS R is dust- and weather-proofed for outdoor work. With loads of buttons and dials intelligently arranged across the camera’s body, every key control is at your fingertips.
The viewfinder is large and clear, and an LCD overlay gives lots of useful information. This makes the 5DS R great to shoot with when using the optical viewfinder. It works well in live view too, although I’d have liked an articulated screen for additional flexibility.
Autofocus uses the same 61-area sensor as the 5D Mark III, but can now work in concert with the colour-sensitive 150,000-pixel metering sensor to detect faces and focus specifically on your subjects’ eyes. In practical use the AF system works exceptionally well, even when shooting with fast primes and off-centre subjects.