This is an essential item on any camera that is meant to be serious in any way. I really wish this controlled the ISO instead. Lastly, what also annoys me is that you need to hold down the illumination button to wake up the LCD screen on top unless you set it up to do otherwise. Detail is still very good, especially in higher contrast areas, and colors are vibrant. The 5DS R produces more accurate colors and fewer sharpening artifacts, but the Z is still the king among cameras we’ve tested thus far in terms of resolving power. This made looking at said information difficult in the dark. Navigate Review Jump to review page

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Larger 30 x 40 inch prints would be acceptable for less critical applications or wall display. Instead, it switched up what information we saw. The Canon EOS R camera is targeted at the semi-professional and high-end enthusiast and can be looked at as a bit of a fusion between the Canon 5D Mk IV and the Canon 6D Mk II stuffed into canin mirrorless camera body and given a few new adjustments that make it a unique Canon product vs being another Sony copycat.

To that end, one could argue that it is sort of positioning itself to be a jack of all trades and a master of none. Even the camera’s maximum expanded ISO of 12, offers a very usable 8 x 10 inch print. It’s really a personal preference, though, as both cameras produce truly outstanding image quality at base ISO.


Even as the sensitivity rises to ISOnoise is practically nonexistent. Not a whole lot to look at here. Just had to instruct them never to remove drum from machine. And remember, you can always go to our world-renowned Comparometer to compare the Canon 5DS R to any camera we’ve ever tested! Upon very close inspection, there is a very minimal hint of noise-related softness in certain areas of our test target print, but nothing nearly significant enough to warrant a decrease in print size.

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This made looking at said information difficult in the dark. ISO 50 through prints, shockingly, all look fantastic up to 30 x 40 inches, or larger depending on how far you want to push the sensor’s resolution — at 50 megapixels, the camera r600 have little trouble with even larger prints. Get the Android App. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.

As expected, noise is more visible now, but it otherwise remains very cajon and not all that detrimental cahon the overall print. Still, it’s amazing the Canon 5DS R is able to challenge this medium-format camera! Then I was able to edit the RAW to get lots from it. Both cameras here produce significant amounts of noise “grain”, with the Canon producing slightly more. The Canon continues to offer more accurate colors. Print sizes start to decrease at ISOs beyondbut not by much.


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ISO prints top out at 20 x 30 inches. I have got out of trouble on a that had a good drum in it still, that customer broke off tab.

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Canon IR – E error. Prints are still impressively detailed at this ISO sensitivity.

Then there is the big other thing that annoys me: In fact in my entire time using the r600, it probably only missed focus a few time in low lit situations where I was using face detection and one time when I was using the wide horizontal autofocus area and trying to track a moving dancer at f1. Canon 7D Mark II. A dedicated switch around it would have make this much easier.

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Got the errorcode E after a couple of seconds. However, I believe in this lens system. There is no reason to, explain that paper runs in front of drum and can not get behind it. There’s a hint of it in the shadows at ISObut nothing objectionable.