Now the World's Highest Resolution DSLR Camera from Canon is Official

    Canon India has launched the World's highest resolution full frame DSLR cameras - EOS 5DS and EOS 5DSR today.

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    Now the World's Highest Resolution DSLR Camera from Canon is Official

    Compatible with commercial, studio, portrait, landscape and architectural photography, the ultra-high resolution of these cameras allow for large-format printing and extensive cropping capability while maintaining fantastic image quality.

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    The company also introduced the XC10 4K Professional Video Camera that features a compact, lightweight and versatile design for convenient 4K/Full HD video shooting and 12MP digital still photography.

    EOS 5DS and EOS 5DSR - Key Specifications

    Moving on 5DS and EOS 5DSR - two flagship EOS cameras are equipped with a 50.6-megapixel 35mm, full-frame CMOS sensor processors, making them the highest resolution DSLR cameras in Canon's extensive range.

    The EOS 5DSR features cancellation of its Optical Low Pass Filter (LPF) effect. The EOS 5DS features a functional LPF, just like other DSLR cameras in the Canon lineup.

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    With a 50.6-megapixel 35mm full-frame CMOS sensor, the EOS 5DSR and EOS 5DS have by far the highest resolution in Canon's history of EOS cameras.

    To make use of the high resolution sensors, the EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS R feature a new "Fine Detail" Picture Mode that allows configuring the sharpness level, thereby allowing for even more fine detail capture. This is especially important for commercial, product and advertising photography where fine textures of materials are represented with the highest possible level of detail and resolution.

    Now the World's Highest Resolution DSLR Camera from Canon is Official

    The EOS 5DS and EOS 5DSR also feature a brand new 150,000-dot RGB+IR Metering and automatic exposure system.

    Both EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS R feature the latest dual DIGIC 6 image processors, allowing for a maximum continuous shooting speed of 5.0fps, at a full resolution of 50.6 megapixels.

    XC 10 -Key Specifications

    The Canon XC10 4K Professional Video Camera features a compact, lightweight and versatile design for convenient 4K video shooting and 12 Megapixel digital still photography.

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    The XC10 can satisfy a broad range of video and still production needs. This product can be used in multiple genres from wedding videographers, documentary and small filmmakers, to news gathering agencies, offering a cost-effective and high performance 4K solution.

    The XC10 Professional Video Camera's 4K imaging system is purpose-built of proprietary components, including a Genuine Canon 10x Wide-Angle Zoom Lens with 2x Digital Tele-converter and Optical Image Stabilization.

    Employing a special Canon compact optical system, the lens offers a zoom ratio of 27.3-273mm for movies and 24.1-241mm for photos.

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    And the new DIGIC DV5 signal processor that provides the image-processing power and speed to deliver high image quality, performance and innovative new features like the Canon XF-AVC codec for 4K and HD recording.

    Moving on to the price of the device, EOS 5DS comes at a price of Rs. 2,52,995, while the EOS 5DSR carries a price tag of Rs. 2,65,995. On the other hand XC10 cost around Rs. 1,70,000.

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