Many fotoManiaKs are eagerly waiting for the premiere of the Canon EOS 5D Mark V camera. In turn, EOS R II is a model that should fix the errors of its predecessor. When can we expect the debut of both devices?
Premieres of SLRs are increasingly rare events. Mirrorless cameras are slowly but systematically displacing them from the market. However, there are models that many of us are waiting for. These include the iconic Canon EOS 5D, which not only became a great tool for photographers, but also was somehow the first "camera for filming" – it actually began with him. Soon Canon EOS 5D will see the 5th version . The manufacturer also plans the second generation of the full-frame EOS R mirrorless camera . At least that's what rumors say. What can we expect from new models and when to expect them?
Canon EOS 5D Mark V and Canon EOS R II – what to expect?
EOS 5D Mark V and EOS R II according to sources are to share the same matrix and a large part of the specifications. Unfortunately, we do not know any details at the moment, so you can only write about what we would like to expect. For sure, in the case of a mirrorless camera it will be a 5-axis stabilization, which lack in the first generation of the model was a big surprise for many.5-axis stabilization in a SLR is not so obvious. For this we can significantly improve the autofocus and accelerate the serial mode. The new matrix can guarantee higher resolution. We can also expect improvements in the movie mode. At least I count on them because I think they are necessary. Similarly to eliminating crop in 4K movie mode, which is currently 1.6x. It could also be useful to add a logarithmic profile, because all competition models offer it.
When the cameras hit the market
According to the source, both models will have to wait a bit longer for the premiere. None should hit the market earlier than in the fourth quarter of next year . And this means that eventually new models should rather be expected only in 2021. Does this mean that the manufacturer did not foresee any major premieres for 2020?