Canon 5Ds Leaked! It’s a 50.6MP Full Frame DSLR

January 31, 2015 - photo frame

It looks like the rumors were mark on. A hide demeanour of a not-yet-announced Canon 5Ds full support DSLR camera has leaked onto a Web. The sketch above shows what a high-resolution 50.6MP camera will demeanour like.

The leaked design and specs were initial published by Japanese camera site digicam-info, that also confirms that there will be a apart 5Ds R chronicle of a camera that comes but a low-pass filter for larger sharpness during a responsibility of some-more moire.

One underline in a camera is reportedly 1.3x and 1.6x stand modes that concede we to usually use a apportionment of a full support sensor for lower-resolution photographs — useful for if we don’t need a 50.6MP record with each shot.

ISO operation is reportedly 100 to 6400. Canon Rumors is hearing that a reduce limit ISO is due to a camera carrying “a most stronger CFA [color filter array] that will furnish most larger tone correctness than anything now in a Canon lineup.”

Other specs mentioned in a news are: a weatherproof magnesium amalgamate body, twin processor DIGIC6, 5FPS continual shooting, 61 autofocus points, EOS iTR AF, a 150,000 pixel RGB/IR photometry sensor, and a “fine detail” design style.

We should see a central proclamation for these cameras someday subsequent week. Stay tuned.

(via digicam-info around PhotoRumors)

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