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Canon EOS R5 | Tips & Techniques



Discover some of the more advanced and hidden features of the Canon EOS R5 with tips and techniques to help you push your camera to the limits.

0:38 – 8K video
0:53 – 33MP images from 8K footage
1:35 – 4K 120p
1:50 – 8K, 4K and Full HD timelapse
2:12 – Canon LOG
2:20 – 5-axis In-Body Image Stabilizer with Coordinated Control IS
2:35 – Image Stabilization with the Canon RF 24-70.mm F/2.8L IS USM
3:30 – Dual Pixel CMOS AF II
4:05 – 100% AF coverage
4:24 – User selectable Auto Focus point positions
4:41 – 0.05s Auto Focus Speed
5:06 – Auto focus tracking
5:16 – Human eye, face and head detect
5:27 – Animal eye, face and whole body detect
5:39 – Auto focus Aperture range
6:17 – 45MP full frame Canon CMOS sensor
6:33 – DIGIC X image processor
6:48 – Up to 20 frames per second continuous shooting
6:57 – Electronic shutter
7:11 – HEIF file
7:50 – EOS 5 Series design
8:01 – Dual card slots
8:15 – Back buttons and Dial Modes
8:39 – EVF optics
8:52 – Vari-angle LCD screen
9:04 – New LPE 6HN battery

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12 comments
  1. Hello! May I ask 2 questions. First does new Canon R5 Mirrorless have a shutter screen to block extraneous light entering the back of the camera eyepiece when doing long exposures? And secondly, we landscape photographers are often told when the camera is placed on a sturdy tripod to switch off the image stabilisation (IS). So, what advice would you give on this matter. As there is IS in the RF lens and the body. May I thank you in advance for your help in this matter…

  2. "set the lens to the shooting position "canon eos r5 It is constantly displayed on the monitor, I do not know how to delete and start taking photos?

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