The Canon EOS R5 is a beast when it comes to Photo Editing.
In all my time using Canon cameras, I always felt Sony RAW files were better. And in some ways they still are. But the RAW files from the Canon EOS R5 are really something else. They’re fantastic! We explored it a bit in a recent episode of Pro Camera Reviews.
In This Episode
The Colors and RAW Files from the Canon EOS R5 Are Magical: Editor in Chief Chris Gampat has spent a long time testing the Canon EOS R5. And besides the colors, he’s in love with the camera and its capabilities. There are talks of overheating issues on the web, but they make no practical sense. Chris and Brett will discuss the camera. This is surely Canon’s best. The Phoblographer’s audience is mostly photographers. So we’ve found that photographers care more about certain things than videographers do. And journalists will care about both. For all practicality, the Canon EOS R5 embodies the spirit of the workhorse of the DSLRs it’s succeeding. Best of all: the colors and dynamic range. We’ll dive more into this in the segment!
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