Meet the Megapixel Monsters of Modern-day Photography
Featuring a 50.6 Megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor, the Canon EOS 5Ds and the EOS 5Dsr are set to revolutionize high-resolution photography. It’s a great camera for professionals and hobbyists who do still commercial, fine art shoots, or any other application that would need crazy high-resolution shots. The sensor combined with the stability features will help photographers take stunning ultra high resolution photos.
Both cameras feature Canon’s 61-point High Density Reticular AF system (41 cross-type AF Points and EOS iTR AF), an anti-flicker function, built-in bulb timer and intervalometer (you don’t always need a remote control), a refined mirror control mechanism (reduces vibration), and a Time Release Lag setting (reduces camera shake).
Canon EOS 5DS / SR Spec Sheet
- 50.6-megapixel CMOS sensor
- 5fps continuous shooting
- ISO 100-6400 (Extends to 12,800)
- 61-point AF module with input from 150k pixel metering sensor
- Dual Digic 6 processors
- 3.0″ 1.04m dot LCD
- CF & SD slots (UHS-I compatible)
- 1080/30p video, M-Raw and S-Raw down-sampled formats
- 30MP APS-H crop and 19.6MP APS-C crop modes
- USB 3.0 (for faster transfer)
- EOS 5Ds SRP: Php158,998
- EOS 5DS R SRP: Php167,998
As for the difference between the two models, the SR has a self-cancelling filter (better sharpness and detail) compared to the optical low-pass filter of the S.