Canon EOS 5DS Digital SLR Camera
The New Full frame Canon EOS 5Ds produces absolutely stunning image quality thanks to a remarkable 50.6 Megapixel resolution – the sort of figure that photographers had previously only dreamed about. Low light performance is incredible thanks to this Full frame CMOS sensor and Canon’s exceptional DIGIC 6 image processor. The 5Ds is the DSLR camera for you if you are after ultra-high resolution images with astounding dynamic range and minimal noise.
Keeping up with all of the action
The new DIGIC 6 processor included in the 5DS does a remarkable job at powering this beast – Managing to maintain a continuous shooting rate of 5 frames per second, which is no small feat considering the file size that a 50.6 megapixel camera creates.
With the incredible resolution and high frame rate, Sport’s photographers are sure to take notice, and thanks to a 61-point high-density AF sensor powering the autofocus, the 5Ds is a real contender when it comes to action. Numerous focus modes are included to help you capture consistently sharp images of your subjects, whether they be standing still or moving around the frame at a rapid pace. For the latter type of subject matter there is EOS iTR AF subject tracking and specified focus zones.
Excellent performance in Low Light
As well as speed the DIGIC 6 Processor is responsible for improved image quality and low-light performance. The 5Ds features an ISO range of 100-6400 with stunningly high-detailed images produced throughout, ideal for available-light photographers and sports photographer wanting to bump up the ISO for the extra speed.
Rugged Water-resistant design
A great option for professionals, the 5Ds features rugged dust and water resistant construction meaning it can be used out in the elements without you having to worry about damage; this is a camera that can handle extensive use with confidence.
New Mirror-control Mechanism
Canon’s new mirror control mechanism is included in the 5Ds, which suppresses vibration and subsequent blur that is caused by mirror motion. “Mirror slap” as it is referred to, is a thing of the past thanks to this newly developed feature that is controlled by motor and cams as opposed to traditional spring designs.
This feature in conjunction with the IS of certain Canon EF lenses will be the perfect combination for creating sharp images that far exceed your expectations.