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Specifications and first image look at the R5C

CanonRumors has published some leaked specifications of the R5C ahead of its announcement on January 19th.  As well, they have our first look at the R5C albeit low resolution. 

From the image, if we tweak it a bit, we can see that the LCD hinge appears different. It almost appears as it's not a fully articulating LCD, hopefully, it's a double hinge arrangement.  There is also an exhaust vent on the side.  Perhaps with the exhaust vent, maybe Canon felt that having the hot exhaust air blow over the LCD screen was unwise, as would be the case with the traditional Canon fully articulating screen assembly.

The main sales blurb for the R5C from CanonRumors;

Compact and lightweight, the EOS R5 C is a true hybrid camera, boasting many of the video formats and features from the Cinema EOS lineup as well as many of the still capabilities of the EOS R5 camera in a beautifully designed body. The EOS R5 C is a complete package that offers filmmakers, multimedia journalists and advanced amanteurs a cost-effective 8K, 4L and FHD camera to help unlock their creative potential.

Canon’s 45 Megapixel full-frame, CMOS imaging sensor is at the heart of the EOS R5 C camera’s superb image quality, which also leads the way for impressive 8K/60P RAW cinematic video shooting. Focus and speed are paramount in the EOS R5 C camera, providing impressive continuous capture at speeds of up to 20 frames per second and with Dual Pixel CMOS AF II capability to track split second movements of even the most elusive subjects. With 1.053 Automatic AF zoms. It is easy to photograph people with the use of Eye, Face and Head Detection AF, or intuitively track thge whole body, face or eye of cats, dogs or birds with Animal Detection AF. For those with the need for speed. Canon has also included vehicle subject detection to assist with accurate tracking of cars and motorcycles.

The currently leaked specifications are;

  • Supports 8K/60P Internal RAW or Cinema RAW Light Recording. HDMI 8KRAW output to compatible records.
  • 8K HDR recording (PQ/HLG)
  • Internal cooling fan enables non-stop 8K/60P recording.
  • Expanded interface for professional needs
  • Carries on the ergonomic EOS design
  • Full-featured 13 assignable buttons
  • 8K sensor with DIGIC X processor with 4K and 2K oversampling
  • Simultaneously records different formats
  • XF-AVC and MP4 codecs for 10-bit 4.2.2 video
  • Up to 4K 120p slow and fast motion recording mode in 4:2:2 10-bit
  • Simultaneous audio record enabled with HFR
  • Wide variety of recording formats
  • Canon Log 3 Expands Expressive possibilities
  • Enhanced Image Stabilization

Recording Media

  • CFexpress Slot – Type B
  • SD Card – UHS-II

Recording Formats

8192×4320 (Full Frame)

  • RAW LT
    • 2570 Mbps (59.94P) / 2140 Mbps (50.00P)
    • 1290 Mbps (29.97P) / 1070 Mbps (25.00P)
    • 1030 MBps (23.98P / 24.00P)
  • RAW R8
    • 1980 Mbps (29.97P) / 1650 Mbps (25.00P)
    • 1580 Mbps (23.98P / 24.00P)

5932 x 3140 (Super 35mm)

  • RAW LT
    • 1260 Mbps (59.94P) / 1140 Mbps (50.00P)
    • 679 Mbps (29.97P) / 566 Mbps (25.00P)
    • 544 MBps (23.98P / 24.00P)
  • RAW R8
    • 2090 Mbps (59.95P) / 1750 Mbps (50.00P)
    • 1050 Mbps (29.97P) / 871 Mbps (25.00P)
    • 836 Mbps (23.98P / 24.00P)
  • RAW HQ
    • 2120 Mbps (29.97) / 1770 Mbps (25.00)
    • 1700 Mbps (23.98P / 24.00P)

2976 x 1570 (Super 16mm)

  • RAW LT
    • 344 Mbps (59.94P) / 287 Mbps (50.00P)
    • 172 Mbps (29.97P) / 221 Mbps (25.00P)
    • 212 MBps (23.98P / 24.00P)
  • RAW R8
    • 529 Mbps (59.95P) / 441 Mbps (50.00P)
    • 265 Mbps (29.97P) / 871 Mbps (25.00P)
    • 212 Mbps (23.98P / 24.00P)
  • RAW HQ
    • 1080 Mbps (50.94) / 896 Mbps (50.00)
    • 537 Mbps (29.97P) / 448 Mbps (29.00P
    • 430 Mbps (23.98P / 24.00P)

CFexpress Card Recording Time

512GB Card

Cinema RAW Light

  • 2570 Mbps: 24 minutes
  • 2120 Mbps: 30 minutes
  • 2090 Mbps: 30 minutes
  • 1980 Mbps: 32 minutes
  • 1700 Mbps: 37 minutes
  • 1580 Mbps: 40 minutes
  • 1360 Mbps: 47 minutes
  • 1290 Mbps: 49 minutes
  • 1080 Mbps: 59 minutes
  • 1030 Mbps: 62 minutes
  • 836 Mbps: 76 minutes

XF-AVC

  • 810 Mbps: 79 minutes
  • 410 Mbps: 156 minutes
  • 310 Mbps: 207 minutes
  • 260 Mbps: 246 minutes
  • 160 Mbps: 401 minutes

MP4

  • 540 Mbps: 118 minutes
  • 400 Mbps: 160 minutes
  • 225 Mbps: 285 minutes
  • 170 Mbps: 377 minutes
  • 150 Mbps: 428 minutes
  • 135 Mbps: 475 minutes
  • 100 Mbps: 642 minutes
  • 50 Mbps: 1284 minutes
  • 35 Mbps: 1834 minutes
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