The Canon EOS R5S includes a 90MP sensor, with 300MP via pixel shift – and it’ll cost exactly like the typical Canon EOS R5
The Canon EOS R5S will apparently possess “total resolution ‘north of 300MP'” using pixel-shift technology, based on the latest reports.
It had formerly been reported that the Canon EOS R5S (its informal name, considering that it is in line with the Canon R5, though it has additionally been known as the Canon EOS RS) possesses the 90MP picture sensor and has already been a “finished item” being industry tested.
The most recent story, nevertheless, claims that the camera uses the in-body image stabilization (IBIS) system to quadruple that resolution to between 300-306MP – quite similar as the new firmware update that allows the Fujifilm GFX 100 to shoot 400MP images. That is apparently because of “slightly different edition” of the IBIS used in the Canon EOS R5 and Canon EOS R6.
The breaking news by Canon Rumors also notes that the brand new camera will feature a near-identical style because the current R5, basically will include a similar price. However, video functions are “NOT a concentrate”, suggesting that for exactly the same cost you can select from a 90 / 300MP digital camera or an 8K camera.