How Does the Canon EOS R5 Compare to the 5D Mark IV?

Canon has indicated that the EOS R5 is essentially a mirrorless replacement for the 5D Mark IV, which is one of Canon’s most popular DSLRs and the workhorse of choice for a wide variety of photographers across lots of genres. If you are one of those people and wondering how the EOS R5 compares, check out this comprehensive video review. Coming to you from John Gress, this excellent video review compares the Canon EOS R5 to the 5D Mark IV. No doubt, the 5D Mark IV is a very well-balanced camera, but the EOS R5 really steps up another level, at least according to its specs on paper, which include:45-megapixel sensor12 fps continuous burst rate with mechanical shutter, 20 fps with electronic shutter5-axis in-body image stabilization1.053 AF points with Deep Learning technology that offers improved tracking and Dual Pixel CMOS AF IIHigh-resolution 5.76m-dot electronic viewfinder with 120 fps refresh rate3.2″ vari-angle rear touchscreenNative ISO range of 100-51,200 (expandable to 102,400)8K raw video at 30 fps, 4K video at 120 fps5 GHz and 2.4 GHz Wi-FiWeather-sealingAltogether, the EOS R5 looks to be a highly capable camera for a wide variety of shooting scenarios; check out the video above for Gress’ full thoughts. 

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