Canon recently revealed information about its new EOS R5 camera, the mirrorless model promises high-quality, full-frame video recording and film stabilization. It is capable of recording in RAW 4K in the format 4: 2: 2 (10bits) in the standard Canon Log (H.265) or in 4: 2: 2 (10bits) in HDR PQ (H.264). It will also be possible to record up to 8K with a frame rate of 29.97. In both resolutions, full-frame capture is required.
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For those who like to take shots in high motion to create scenes in slow motion, mirrorless offers up to 120 frames per second in 4K. It will also be possible to use the Dual Pixel AF CMOS focus mode at the different frame rates and resolutions available, which should help in different shooting situations.
For file storage, mirrorless accepts CFexpress and SD UHS-II memories, in addition to supporting high-speed transfers. However, it is worth mentioning that for 8K recordings it is necessary to use the appropriate card to avoid suffering from frame losses and other problems due to lack of writing speed (and even reading).
According to the company, the optical stabilization based on five axes and the focus system promises to be more intelligent, it counts on an artificial intelligence processing capable of identifying varied animals such as birds, cats and other pets so that adjustment is possible.
While DSLR and mirrorless cameras remain important for professionals and photography lovers, more and more smartphones are gaining prominence for the quality of their cameras. The biggest manufacturers are in a constant race to expand the possibilities of their cell phones, Samsung, for example, announced that it intends to manufacture a 600MP sensor that would be able to capture more details than the human eye.
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