Canon EOS R5 C Mirrorless Camera - Canon's 45MP full-frame CMOS sensor is at the heart of the EOS R5 C's superb image quality, which also unlocks impressive cinematic 8K60 RAW video capture.
Focus and speed are paramount for the EOS R5 C, delivering impressive continuous still image capture at up to 20fps. • The Dual Pixel CMOS AF II function allows you to track the movements of even the most elusive objects in a split second. • With 1,053 AF areas, it's easy to capture people with eye, face, and head detection AF, or intuitively track the entire body, face, or eyes of a cat, dog, or bird with animal detection AF.
Canon has also included a feature to detect still images of vehicles to help in accurate tracking of cars and motorcycles. • Connectivity such as Wi-Fi 5 and 2.4 GHz and Bluetooth are also included for transferring still images. • As soon as the EOS R5 C's switch is turned to the "video" position, the familiar menu system and Cinema EOS interface comes into play. Expected high-level video features such as signal monitors, video codec options, and extensive audio control capabilities are now available, greatly expanding the video potential of the EOS R5 C for the experienced camera operator or video content creator. • The body of the EOS R5 C is incredibly compact and lightweight. Combined with a Canon RF lens (or an EF lens with the EF-EOS R mount adapter), it delivers outstanding performance and fits easily and comfortably in your hand, making it easy to shoot handheld for both video and still photography. Its electronic viewfinder is optically extended for eye-level viewing, similar to the regular EOS R5, and uses the same ergonomic grip design. • 8K CMOS sensor and DIGIC X processor provide high quality video with resolution up to 8K60. Using the Cinema RAW Light format with its high performance mode allows you to record to an internal memory card without an external recorder. The EOS R5 C supports HDR recording in Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG) and Perceptual Quantization (PQ) to help deliver full color reproduction and wide latitude with a large black to pure white range, great for delivering live broadcasts, broadcasts and post-production. projects. • Cinema RAW Light in 8K is great for post-processing and archiving, while MP4 is optimized for faster web use. 5.9K in Super 35mm mode and 2.9K in Super 16mm mode are also available for internal recording on CFexpress cards. Cinema RAW Light video files have been optimized for efficiency and to achieve 12-bit recording at any frame rate. With three newly developed Cinema RAW Light modes (High Quality RAW HQ, Standard Quality RAW ST, and Easy Recording RAW LT), users can choose the RAW video mode to suit their shooting needs. Lighter and smaller proxy video files can also be recorded during 8K shooting. • The EOS R5 C supports HDMI RAW output and ProRes RAW recording with compatible external recorders such as Atomos devices. By connecting the EOS R5 C to a supported external recorder, users can shoot in Apple ProRes RAW at resolutions up to 8K30. Proxy data can also be simultaneously written to an SD card in the camera, enabling efficient post-processing. • Along with Cinema RAW Light, which provides lighting data for RAW recording, the EOS R5 C supports the MXF-based XF-AVC format as well as the versatile MP4 format. The EOS R5 C is also capable of simultaneously recording two independent video files such as Cinema RAW Light and MP4 in multiple resolutions including 4K and HD, as well as lightweight proxy files for a variety of professional workflows. XF-AVC offers robust 4:2:2 10-bit files in a wrapper. • The EOS R5 C features a built-in cooling fan that draws heat from the inside, allowing you to shoot 8K60 high-definition video continuously and without interruption. • The camera is designed with flexibility to suit every individual professional workflow, including 13 labeled assignable buttons that provide user-friendly, personalized control. • The EOS R5 C reads all effective pixels from its full-frame 8K sensor, providing high-definition 4:2:2 10-bit oversampling recording during 4K and 2K video recording. A high-definition debayer algorithm has been included, and 4K generated from a large amount of 8K sensor RGB data provides more accurate imaging capabilities.