IM­AGE QUAL­ITY & PER­FOR­MANCE - CANON EOS 5DS R

HWM (Malaysia) - - TEST - HIGH MEGAPIXEL DSLR SHOOTOUT -

We must ad­mit that com­ing into this shootout, we ex­pected the EOS 5DS R to be the most slug­gish cam­era of the lot, given the sheer amount of data it would have to move per shot. To our pleas­ant sur­prise, that wasn’t the case at all. The rated con­tin­u­ous shoot­ing rate for the 5DS R is five frames, which is ac­tu­ally quite an im­pres­sive achieve­ment. De­spite hav­ing to move about 50 megabytes with ev­ery shot, the cam­era was fairly re­spon­sive, and the buf­fer for con­tin­u­ous shoot­ing cer­tainly seemed ad­e­quate for most types of pho­tog­ra­phy. Canon has listed its shoot­ing per­for­mance as 31 frames on JPEG Large/Fine, and 12 Frames on RAW, which are cer­tainly ser­vice­able num­bers. Aut­o­fo­cus was also gen­er­ally fast and ac­cu­rate even in low-light sit­u­a­tions, and the amount of de­tail you got in ev­ery shot was cer­tainly the most we’ve seen from any 35mm for­mat DSLR.

NOVEM­BER 2015

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ISO 6,400 is the high­est we’d go with this cam­era af­ter sharp­en­ing.

The tex­ture of the un­der­ly­ing wall is clearly vis­i­ble in the im­age cap­tured by the 5DS R.

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