For those photographers yearning for oodles and oodles of resolution — landscape, fine art, and magazine photographers come to mind — Canon has come up with a solution — two, in fact. The new Canon 5DS and Canon 5DS R sport an in-house designed and built 50.6-megapixel full-frame image sensor. The “R” model provides even more critical sharpness and detail by cancelling out the optical low-pass filter, a al the Nikon D800E — a first for a Canon camera.
When Canon released the 1D X back in 2012, it replaced both the high-speed, sports-shooting 1D Mark IV…
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