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Fuites : communiqué de presse Canon EOS 5Ds et 5Ds R

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Incroyable mais vrai ! On trouve ce jeudi chez Canon Watch, une fuite du communiqué de presse officiel qui annoncera les Canon EOS 5DS et EOS 5DS R ! Régalez-vous… A ce demander si toutes ces fuites qui nous arrivent au goutte à goutte, ne sont pas distillées pour faire monter le buzz ?

Autre hypothèse : devant les fuites (non contrôlées) qui se répandent sur le net depuis plus d’une semaine, Canon a peut-être préféré anticiper la diffusion du communiqué de presse (prévu le 6), histoire d’éviter que trop de fausses informations ne brouillent le message ? Et fait fuites le communiqué de presse plus tôt.

Press release: Canon revolutionises resolution with the EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS R

London, UK, 6 February 2015 – Canon today transforms the EOS system with the arrival of the EOS 5DS and the EOS 5DS R – a new breed of ultra-high resolution full-frame DSLRs.

 

EOS 5DS Key features :

  • 50.6 MP CMOS sensor with dual DIGIC 6 processors
  • 150K Pixel RGB+IR Metering Sensor
  • Up to 5.0 Frames Per Second
  • 61-point AF
  • Cropped Shooting

 

EOS 5DS R also includes :

  • Low-pass cancellation filter

 

EF 11-24mm f/4L USM Key features :

  • Explore landscapes from an ultra-wide point of view
  • The world’s widest-angle rectilinear zoom lens
  • Minimal distortion – ideal for architecture and interiors
  • Advanced lens coatings guard against ghosting and flare
  • Enjoy swift, near-silent AF, with full-time manual override
  • Keep shooting even in tough weather conditions

 

Breaking the boundaries of 35mm sensors,the new cameras offer the highest megapixels ever seen in a full frame sensor, an astonishing 50.6MP. Delivering unparalleled quality, the cameras provide an exceptional combination of resolution, responsiveness and durability, whether shooting landscapes, architecture, high fashion or portraiture, either personally or professionally. When nothing but the sharpest image is expected, the EOS 5DS R also features a low pass cancellation filter to maximise the sensor’s resolution and visible image quality.Alongside the new DSLRs, Canon also introduces the EF 11-24mm f/4L USM, the world’s widest-angle rectilinear zoom lens(1), the perfect companion for landscape and architecture photographers.

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Establishing new standards for full-frame DSLRs

Setting a new benchmark for full-frame cameras, the EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS R combine fast, instinctive DSLR handling with the newly-developed 50.6MP CMOS sensor, providing the flexibility to shoot a wide range of scenes and subjects, making it ideal for large format mediums, such as advertising billboards and magazine covers, where every pixel matters. The sensor’s advanced architecture provides
ISO 100-6400 sensitivity, further expandable to 50-12800, ensuring high quality images with low noise, accurate colours and wide dynamic range.

For added flexibility, the cameras’ resolution enables three new in-camera crop shooting modes–1.3x, 1.6x and 1:1. Visible through the viewfinder, the crop modes deliver outstanding results, with stills at 19 MP even when cropped to 1.6x. Built to withstand the most demanding shoots, the EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS R’s dual DIGIC 6 processors provide the rapid performance and responsiveness required to deliver first-class images with exceptional colour reproduction. Both processors are designed to comfortably manage huge levels of image data from the 50.6MP sensor, whilst simultaneously reducing image noise and providing the freedom to shoot at five frames per second.

Automatically exceptional
Created to ensure every detail of your exquisite landscape or high-fashion studio shoot is in focus, the EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS Rfeature an advanced 61-point AF system, with 41 cross-type points, delivering incredible levels of image sharpness and accuracy across the frame.

Both cameras comfortably maintain focus with moving subjects, using EOS Intelligent Tracking and Recognition AF (iTR) to track both faces and colour. To reduce image blur, Canon’s Mirror Vibration Control System uses cams to drive the cameras’ mirror up and down in a highly controlled fashion, avoiding all sudden stops and softening the shutter-release sound. Additionally, the EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS R’s 150k pixel RGB+IR metering sensor with Flicker Detection ensures images can be captured with consistent and accurate exposures under varying lighting scenarios, including florescent.

Incredible detail and unrestricted creativity

Putting unrivalled image quality at your fingertips, the EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS R include a number of customisable modes and settings to ensure stunning results every time. A new Fine Detail Picture Style maximises the level of detail that can be achieved from the sensor, enabling advanced sharpness adjustment without the need for edit ing software. Popular creative modes, including Multiple Exposure and HDR, provide instant, in-camera creativity, while a built-in timer allows you to shoot over long periods and create stunning time lapse videos, without being tied to the camera or needing advanced software and excessive kit.

First-class professional construction, customisable features

The EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS R have been expertly constructed to allow you to operate quickly, regardless of the environment you’re shooting in. The 100% viewfinder with electronic overlay makes framing vital shots easy and can be customised to your preferred style. The large, 8.11cm (3.2”) Clear View II LCD screen, with an anti-reflective structure, minimises reflection or glare when reviewing shots and also acts as a visual and accessible dashboard of the most commonly used settings. The cameras’ new Custom Quick Control

screen means that the type, size and position of icons are also easily customisable to the user or shooting scenario. Both cameras utilise Canon’s iconic design DNA–a highly durable body constructed from high-grade magnesium alloy to provide weather resilient shooting – ideal for landscape photographers who are dedicated to getting the perfect shot, whatever the weather.

EOS 5DS R: Engineered for the ultimate in DSLR image quality

When nothing but the absolute maximum level of detail possible will do, the EOS 5DS R features a low pass cancellation filter to ensure the sharpest possible results. Great for landscape photographers, where patterns are very often organic, the camera’s low pass cancellation filter produces the stunning level of detail required to turn agreat shot into an incredible shot.

Optical Expertise: Introducing the EF 11-24mm f/4L USM

The EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS R are compatible with Canon’s extensive EF lens range, spanning 71 models(2). Today Canon unveils the world’s widest-angle retilinearzoom lens (1), the EF 11-24mm f/4L USM. Perfect for photographers shooting landscape and architecture, the EF 11-24mm f/4L USM is designed to open up an entirely new world of creative opportunities, thanks to its super wide 11-24mm focal range. Boasting a newly designed optical structure, the lens features three aspherical lenses including a ground aspherical element, which maximises image quality and delivers minimal levels of distortion, while the body is rugged and robust enough to be employed in extreme weather conditions.

 

EOS 5DS Key features:

  • 50.6 MP CMOS sensor with dual DIGIC 6 processors
  • 150K Pixel RGB+IR Metering Sensor
  • Up to 5.0 Frames Per Second
  • 61-point AF
  • Cropped Shooting

 

EOS 5DS R also includes:

  • Low-pass cancellation filter

 

EF 11-24mm f/4L USM Key features:

  • Explore landscapes from an ultra-wide point of view
  • The world’s widest-angle rectilinear zoom lens
  • Minimal distortion – ideal for architecture and interiors
  • Advanced lens coatings guard against ghosting and flare
  • Enjoy swift, near-silent AF, with full-time manual override
  • Keep shooting even in tough weather conditions
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13 commentaires

  1. C’est tout bon, ils prennent les bonnes idées de Fuji pour les mettre sur leur référence (filtre, viewfinder, q menu). L’AF à l’air top!

    Je reste quand même dubitatif sur les 50Mx, l’ISO n’étant pas terrible…

    Reste a voir le prix!

    • Non, pas du tout Mathieu !

      Il suffit d’utiliser les aperçus dynamiques de Lightroom 5 (il font seulement 2500 Pix de large), en stockant les images sur disque externe !

      Dans ces conditions, il sera aussi rapide de travailler sur ces RAW que sur des RAW de 12 Mpix…

    • Il faut reconnaitre que Canon écrabouille assez largement Nikon, depuis aujourd’hui… et domine avec insolence le monde du reflex ! Imaginez :

      Avec ces deux reflex de très haute résolution…

      Avec l’EOS 5D MkIII qui reste un des modèles les plus équilibrés (avec une résolution idéal pour le reportage de 22 Mpix)

      Avec la gamme d’objectif la plus complète au monde (avec notamment plusieurs références n’existant pas chez Nikon : le 24-70 mm L IS f/4 pour les petits budgets et ce 11-24 mm…

      Sans oublier les deux reflex d’entrée de gamme de 25 Mpix… et el plus petit reflex du monde l’EOS 100D (dont je suis fan avec le minuscule et indispensable EF-S 24 mm f/2.8)

      C’est une tuerie… Chez Nikon on doit avoir peur !

      • Venant de passer au FF (à Noel) avec un D750 (en plus de mon D7000), je me pose vraiment la question si j’ai fait le bon choix. Bien sûr c’est un excellent boitier et le prix superlatif du 5DMarkIII m’avait refroidi. Mais là je me pose des questions. Qu’est-ce Nikon va pouvoir sortir de plus qui ait une plus-value ? Pensez-vous que le 5DMarkIII va baisser de prix d’ailleurs avec ces nouveaux boitiers?

        • Le D750 est très bien ;-)

          Mais le problème, c’est les optiques Nikon Trans standard actuellement : pas encore de 24-70 mm f/4 Stabilisé chez Nikon (qui chez Canon est bien meilleur et pratique que le Nikon 24-120 mm), tout en étant bien plus compact et léger !

          Oui, les prix de l’EOS 5D MkIII va forcément baisser !

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