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Canon R5 stills photography review

With all the talk about video, some seem to forget that the EOS R5 camera is primarily meant for stills photography.

I have thought now for a while that this perhaps Canon's best ever landscape camera.  While less resolution than the 5DRs, it also has a new sophisticated AA filter and incredibly fast response times.  It's dynamic range, while not class-leading, is very class-competitive.

Gordon from Cameralabs has released this video about the R5's stills performance.  It's a good view for anyone curious on the R5's performance.  Though I have to ask Gordon how much coffee he drank before doing the IS testing ;)  This is a really good comprehensive look at the stills features of the R5, going into shutter modes, AF, and dynamic range and well worth the watch.


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