and the EF lenses.
and the EF-S lenses
and a better EVF
and more FPS
and two memory card slots
and limited 8K
and tilty flippy versus tilty
and eight stops versus 5 stops IBIS combined
Exactly, the list is long. Add better autofocus, better video, lower light focusing. Also some prefer the ergonomics of Canon. Also the Z7 has been out a while and launched at $3,400. The Canon is at release price.
Also Canon has an arguably more stable future and better all around system of complimentary lenses and cameras. All camera companies are struggling, but Canon at least makes their own sensors, while most others buy from Sony. This allows Canon to innovate directly and come up with stuff like DPAF. So a camera system and it's future are important to consider. To those over simplifiying: stop comparing spec sheets and start thinking! Take these cameras out for a rental and turn off youtube loud mouths make up your own minds.
Hopefully soon we can stop with the unrealistic comparisons. The R5 is the MILC 5D4 successor and is a stills camera with amazing video as a bonus. It is priced appropriately if the comparisons are made fairly. If you are a video blogger, wedding or event shooter, corporate or whatever VIDEO shooter who needs to shoot continuously at ridiculous bitrates, stop comparing the R5 and R6 and go buy a dedicated video camera.
Or if you really think you can have it all in one (amazing stills and leading video) you are in for a wakeup. All of these companies are putting out great purpose built cameras. There isn't a camera truly great for stills and cinema like video yet, but the R5 is darn close.