Canon Rolls Out the EOS 5DS R and 5DS, and XC10

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Canon Rolls Out the EOS 5DS R and 5DS, and XC10

Packing a 50.6MP 35mm full frame CMOS sensor, Canon’s new EOS 5DS R and EOS 5DS offers the highest resolution in Canon’s EOS range of digital SLRs. To ensure 5fps continuous shooting possible, both cameras sport dual DIGIC 6 image processors, while its mirror vibration control system reduces the chances of the capture image being blurred by the vibration caused the movement of the camera’s mirror.  

Built to complement the EOS 5D mk3, the RM14,999 EOS 5DS R and RM13,999 EOS 5DS are specially designed for advanced to amateur users, and particularly focused on architecture, landscape, product, and commercial photography due to its high resolution performance that allows for more flexibility in producing finely cropped images. For those wanting the best in image sharpness, the EOS 5DS R delivers further refined images with the addition of a low-pass filter that provides an aliasing effect to prevent the occurrence of false colours and moiré.

Besides the new EOS pair, Canon also introduced its first 4K camcorder. Called the XC10, it employs a high-sensitivity 1-inch CMOS sensor, a 4K video lens offering 10x optical zoom, a high-performance DIGIC DV 5 imaging platform, and its proprietary XF-AVC video format, all of which makes it well suited for a wide range of applications. Targeting professional and advanced-amateur videographers, the XC10 is aimed at those looking for a cost effective solution in 4K video making. As of press time Canon Malaysia has yet to confirm the pricing of the XC10.

As a reward to Canon photographers and enthusiasts Canon Malaysian launched the “Your Life with Canon” integrated online platform. Canon users who register on the site will enjoy exclusive memer privileges and rewards, such as extended warranty services, earning loyalty points to redeem limited edition merchandise, enjoying special promotions, learn photography tips, and receive exclusive invites to private Canon events. 




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