Here's Canon's EOS 5Ds fitted with the EF 11-24mm f4L USM, a combination which captures massive views with massive resolution. The EOS 5Ds is a full-frame DSLR boasting 50.6 Megapixels, making it not just Canon's highest resolution camera to date by a long margin, but also leap-frogging the 36 Megapixel Nikon D810 and 42 Megapixel Sony A7r II. It comes in two versions with the alternative 5Ds R model employing a low-pass cancelling filter for potentially sharper results, albeit with increased risk of moire.
In my review I've taken a close look at what's new, especially compared to the earlier EOS 5D Mark III and compared the RAW stills and video quality of these two DSLRs. Epic detail is possible, but only if you shoot with great care. Some of my results will confirm your suspicions, but others may surprise you.
It's certainly the DSLR many Canon owners have been waiting for, but is it the right choice for you? Find out in my in-depth review, and check back soon for updated comparisons with Sony's A7r Mark II!
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