Keith Cooper from Northlight Images gives his impressions of the Canon EOS R5. Keith shoots a ton of architectural photography and uses tilt-shifts for a lot of his work.
Keith gives many positives about the Canon EOS R5, but his conclusion may surprise you.
I really like the clear viewfinder and image stabilisation of the R5. The image quality is a step up from the 5Ds – not massive, but it’s there.
The handling is good, and autofocus seems to meet any needs I’d have. Exposure seems accurate and unphased by shift, tilt, or any old optics I might attach. Those RF lenses were rather nice.
The rear screen is clear with lots of detail. The top screen is readable without my glasses.
Control layout is familiar to me – no problems once I’m used to it.
You can watch the video above or checkout the written review over at Northlight Images here.