Capture every movement with high-speed continuous shooting. Dual DiG!C 6 processors ensure the result is always ultra-high-resolution performance.
Master all low-light sensitivities from 61-point HD Reticular AF and multi-zone wide-area AF to 21 central and 20 outer cross-type points.
Shoot truly perfect landscapes in low light situations at a huge 50.6 MP and ISO of up to 6400 with a crisp, clean readout.
Achieve super sharp images with the ultra-high resolution sensor and mirror vibration control system that suppresses camera-shake blurring.
Canon's dual DiG!C 6 processors deliver an even faster readout from the sensor of the EOS 5Ds, a benchmark for functionality and performance.
Never lose a shot with the option to record to CF and SD cards for immediate backup. Auto switch cards when full or record RAW and JPEG separately.
The EOS 5Ds' in-camera multiple exposure modes mimic the effects available on film cameras, giving you outstanding creative control over your shots.
Full Frame CMOS (36.0x24.0)
100-6400 (L:50, H1: 12800)
EV -2 - 18
Approx. 150,000-pixel RGB+IR metering sensor, 252-zone metering
Approx. 5fps for up to 510 number of JPEGs or 14 RAW images
3.2" Clear View II TFT, approx. 1,040,000 dots
1x CompactFlash Type I (UDMA 7) 1x SD/SDHC/SDXC and UHS-I
Wi-Fi via optional WFT-E7 version 2 only / No / No / No
Full HD 30p
LP-E6N (supplied) or LP-E6
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