Continue reading...In an interview with Techradar, Canon’s product marketing specialist David Perry talks about the Canon EOS R5 and where it fits.
On the ergonomic decisions for the Canon EOS R5
“We’ve got the joystick on here, instead of the Multi-function bar. Everybody knows the multi-function bar on the EOS R got a mixed response – some people really got on with it, some people really couldn’t get on with it at all,” he said. “So maybe going with this is a safer bet – more people are used to the multi-controller.”
“Because this is a 5-series, more people at that kind of level will expect functions similar to what you get on a 5D.” he added.
Does the name “EOS R5” mean this is a 5D level product
“It’s aimed at that level of the market. This isn’t a replacement for the 5D Mark IV or anything like that. But this is a...