The upcoming Canon 5DS Mark II DSLR is rumored to be announced in the first half of 2019 to replace the current 5DS and 5DS R cameras. As a result the company will combine both models in one camera body in the name of Canon EOS 5DS Mark II.
Previous reports indicates that the high-megapixel DSLR will get a approx 20% resolution bump compared to its predecessor. So the rumored Canon EOS 5DS Mark II camera will feature a full-frame image sensor in 60MP resolution.
Rumored Specifications of Canon EOS 5DS Mark II DSLR
- Working prototypes are currently being tested.
- The “5DS” series will be amalgamated into a single camera.
- No low pass filter.
- New 60.1mp image sensor.
- A new type of low megapixel mode.
- 4K video (video features will be basic)
- Identical body dimensions to the EOS 5D Mark IV.
- Focus peaking present, may appear first on another DSLR.
- Expect all the other features such as DPAF, Wifi, Touchscreen and GPS.
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