Providing the full resolving capability of its new sensor, Canon’s EOS 5DS R DSLR Camera is a model of their 5DS DSLR Camera that has had its sensor’s low-pass filter neutralized, allowing it to capture images with sharper details.
It is possible to get an even greater resolution and more delicate details with the 50.6MP sensor by canceling the impact of the filter, which is achieved by removing the filter. It is possible that the canceling function will increase the likelihood of moiré and other color artifacts as a result of this, which could be a disadvantage.
For those who want the highest possible resolution from their sensor, as well as the ability to manage color artifacts either in-camera or with post-processing software, this is the camera for you.
Using a full-frame digital SLR camera with a 50.6 megapixel sensor, the Canon EOS 5Ds is capable of capturing images with the largest number of pixels ever seen in a full-frame sensor.
The camera’s key features include a 61-point autofocus system with 41 cross-type points, a 150k pixel RGB+IR metering sensor with an innovative flicker detection mode, dual DIGIC 6 processors, weather sealing, an expanded ISO range of 50-12,800, a 100 percent viewfinder with electronic overlay, a 3.2-inch Clear View II LCD screen, a customizable Quick Control screen, three in-camera crop shooting modes (1.3x, 1.6x, and 1:1).
Among the features are a Mirror Vibration Control System, an intervalometer and bulb timer built-in, a new Fine Detail image style, Full HD (1080p) video recording at 30 frames per second, and continuous shooting at 5 frames per second.
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