You'll always produce detail-rich images with extraordinary resolution thanks to the power of the exceptional 50.6MP Full Frame CMOS sensor.
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.
Reveal the stories of intriguing scenes as you shoot full HD EOS movies in MOV format.
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.
With an extremely high resolution sensor and the most sophisticated AF system the image quality is unquestionable for my fine detail shots!Canon Master, Kelly Brown
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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
Tales by Light season one storyteller Peter Eastway reveals the art of simplicity in photography as he shoots in the great white wilderness of Antarctica.
Art Wolfe reveals why the fierce eyes of his subjects are the most powerful element in connecting with his audience in Tales by Light season one.
In Tales by Light season one, Krystle Wright captures a balance of action and nature as she takes on skylining above a canyon.
In Tales by Light season one, Richard I'Anson photographs the spectacular Bhutanese fire blessing ceremony.