Fusing full-frame 8K internal RAW video recording with high frame-rate 4K capture and HQ mode oversampling, the Canon EOS R5 set a new standard for mirrorless camera filmmaking.
Building on the success of the EOS R5, the EOS R5 C takes the high-resolution hybrid concept to the next level. Based on the same basic body design as the EOS R5, the EOS R5 C adds professional Cinema EOS features that include 12-bit Cinema RAW Light, a dedicated timecode in/out terminal, and 8K 30p recording (up to 8K 60p with external power supply), as well as a built-in fan to facilitate long-duration recording.
Three filmmakers – Kevin Clerc, Martin Bissig and Ivan D'Antonio – were the first to try out the video capabilities of the EOS R5 C and the EOS R5. Here they reveal how these cameras' breakthrough 8K and oversampled 4K features met their very different filming requirements.