The Canon EOS R3 and EOS R5 are the company’s two most powerful full frame cameras at the moment, offering powerful though different feature sets at two distinct price points. So, which is right for your work? This great video review takes a good look at both cameras to help you decide which is right for your needs.
Coming to you from Jan Wegener, this excellent video review takes a look at the Canon EOS R3 and EOS R5 mirrorless cameras. While there are a variety of differences between the two cameras, such as autofocus capabilities and maximum burst rate, perhaps the most notable dividing line is sensor resolution, with the EOS R3 offering 24 megapixels and the EOS R5 coming in with almost double that, at 45 megapixels. While 24 megapixels is plenty for a wide range of applications, there is something to be said for having all that extra resolution, as even if you do not need it for your final images, it lends you a lot of compositional flexibility and can even save you from having to purchase a long lens for certain applications by allowing you to crop in as needed. Check out the video above for Wegener’s full thoughts on both cameras.