Canon launches all new technology of cameras and make addition of 2 more cams in the range of PowerShot.
Looks like Canon has not limited itself to launching cameras in its PowerShot range. The Japanese camera major has pulled the wraps off the Canon EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS R with 50.2-megapixel sensors each, thus making them the world’s highest-resolution full-frame DSLRs. Canon also introduced EOS Rebel T6s and Rebel T6i, which enter the top end of its entry-level DSLRs.
The EOS 5DS and the EOS 5DS R are priced (body-only) at $3,700 (roughly Rs. 2,28,500) and $3,900 (roughly Rs. 2,40,900) respectively, and are expected to hit the shelves in June. Similarly, the Rebel T6s is priced at $850 (roughly Rs. 52,500) body-only or $1200 (roughly Rs. 74,100) with EF-S 18-135mm kit lens, and the EOS Rebel T6i will retail for $750 (roughly Rs. 46,300) body-only, $900 (roughly Rs. 55,600) with EF-S 18-55mm kit lens.
Both the Canon EOS 5DS and the EOS 5DS R cameras have a Dual DIGIC 6 image processor and feature a 61-point autofocus system. The chassis design has now been improved to minimise camera shake. There are some cool software features as well, like a built-in time-lapse filter and up to 5fps high-speed continuous shooting. Wireless connectivity options like Wi-Fi and NFC are also present. Unfortunately, both the cameras can only shoot 1080p HD video and the lack of 4K video recording is a let-down according to us. The only difference between the two cameras is that the Canon EOS 5DS R doesn’t have a low-pass filter, which effectively removes anti-aliasing for sharper images.