Canon announces the EOS R5, fixing the original’s biggest problems


When Canon announced the EOS R back in 2018, the company fully committed to mirrorless as the future, coming out with its first full-frame mirrorless body and announcing some excellent lenses for the system too. Unfortunately, the camera body itself lagged behind established competitors, lacking in-body image stabilization (AKA IBIS, available on every competitor), limited to slow capture rates (5fps with continuous autofocus), and cropping 4K video to a minuscule portion of the sensor. But today, Canon announced the EOS R5, and it seems to address virtually every complaint people held about the EOS R and RP. It can shoot…

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