Below you can find the latest models from this series. cropped video or pixel binning, etc. Nikon unveiled the Z6 II last month, adding some more processing power and a few other modest upgrades to its 'multimedia' full-frame mirrorless offering. Canon R6 has external dimensions of 138 x 98 x 88 mm (5.43 x 3.84 x 3.48″) and weighs 680 g (1.50 lb / 23.99 oz) (including batteries). That’s not really a reason to choose one camera over the other, however, since 180 frames are plenty. It bodes well for Canon if it can replicate this sensitivity with the scaling of the R5 sensor - we may see Canon jump ahead of Sony, if that's the case. btw the A9ii is $4500 and has the 3.68MP VF too. Watch our review to learn more. I have a 7Dii and would certainly miss the top panel. Not that the EOS R5 and R6 are just for shooting your pets. I've done that, there are some impressive samples in this pre-production 1DX III gallery, up to 16000 ISO: does the R5 do as good as the R6, or is there a low-light difference? On the back view, we can clearly see that the R5 has a mic symbol next to the RATE button. But like yourself, I would have preferred a 24MP sensor, and accepted a slower max fps. Seems a key question. @sev7en, Just off the top of my head I think IBIS and in-lens IS working together is a remarkable innovation. The 24MP A99ii is $4500 and the 600/6.3 zoom $2000. The R5's is a little larger and more packed with pixels. Canon like all other camera manufactures are in a conundrum: compromise to have video available on a stills camera, or go all out on a stills camera only. What I don't like is that I feel I'd pay lots of money for a feature set that I'm not the least interested in: Video - just because I want to have the resolution. According to Canon Rumors, there is a software update planned for both cameras. Both cameras are weather-sealed, but the sealing on the R5 is a bit more substantial. Cheap apsc bodies are good for learning the basics on budget. I guess that socanikons are rather afraid users habit's inertia so to fiddle with the matter followed from their already applied ergonomics concept/approaches. Please deactivate your ad blocker in order to see our subscription offer. All rights reserved. The EOS R5 also offers this - but with 4K120 as an option to make quarter-time slow-mo editing a breeze. There no new 26-30mp sensors rumored or on the horizon either. FOR ME only. The 600mm prime is even smaller. If so a 20MP FF camera makes little sense unless you have $10,000+ to spend on the lenses 1DXIII owners use.Apart from that 20 is plenty. England and Wales company registration number 5237480. Otherwise, Canon R5 is the better camera overall. If you've used a Canon before you might have heard about this: it first appeared on the 70D DSLR, showing off what was possible on screen-based autofocus. Regarding the 20MP sensor in the R6, it is a lot more practical to share one sensor baseline design among several cameras than redesign an entirely new sensor for every model. In fact I hardly use the GPS as it drains my battery unnecessarily. In comparison, the Canon EOS R6 has a less detailed 20MP sensor that doesn’t offer the same level of detail as competing cameras or even the EOS R and EOS RP. Tables are nice. As a case in point look at the G9 m43 camera - it's almost as if it were a "practice run" for the S series. Can any of the current owners (11) or people who had it (30), please share their experience? I bet they just postpone it to mk2 due to other priorities, like 8k video... TravelerMike, I think you will find that the Canon GP-E2 GPS attachment will fit on and operate with the R5 and R6. And get 4 or 5 lenses. The sensor is the biggest difference between the R5 and R6. The layout of both cameras is virtually identical – there's no touch bar on either – with an AF joystick instead on hand for moving focus points. They've been develop & tweaking their UI for over a decade on their m43 cameras. Both cameras also offer Full HD at 120fps, Canon Log for grading, and clean HDMI out to 4K60 maximum (potentially due to the HDMI standard). Both seem to be able to keep things under wraps and not crow away about specs 6 months in advance.