Sharing many of the same specifications with the EOS R5, the EOS R5 C incorporates additional professional video features, creating a high-performance workhorse capable of capturing high quality 45MP images, as well as shoot up to 8K 60p¹ video.
The EOS R5 C is the first Cinema EOS System camera to provide internal 8K 60p recording. This allows for highly flexible workflow, such as 4K cropping from 8K footage without any loss in quality. The R5 C can also record 8K in the versatile MP4 format, as well as allow for lighter proxy video recording in 8K for more efficiant editing and previewing.
Combining the photo performance of the EOS R5 as well as the video performance of a Cinema EOS camera, the EOS R5 C includes many additional video feaures to allow for a better user experience. A new timecode terminal, a wider selection of recording format options and an expanded video interface brings new life to the 5 series camera.
The R5 C boasts dual card slots, allowing simultaneous recording. Options in different file formats, resolutions, and colour sampling can be assigned according to workflow requirements.
The R5 C has adopted a newly developed, heat dissipating design with a built-in cooling fan system that keeps internal temperature from rising, along with airflow separate from the main board. Dramatic improvement of the thermal design achieves long hours of extended recording, even in high-quality 8K 60p video¹.
High-resolution VR images and video can be shot by attatching the Canon RF 5.2mm F2.8 L Dual Fisheye, a stereoscopic RF mount fisheye lens designed for VR movie shooting, to the R5 C².
Vari-angle 3.2 inch touch screen (Approx. 2.1 million dots)
8K 60p¹ / 4K 120p
CFexpress (Type B) x 1 / SD (UHS-II) x 1
Cinema RAW Light 8K 60p, 5.9K 60p, 2.9K 120p
Yes (Charging/power supply)
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