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Canon EOS R1 And EOS R5 Mark II Now Rumored Not To Have A Global Shutter

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It’s always funny when rumor sites discredit their own rumors. What a fancy game!

The same sites which previously claimed the not yet released Canon EOS R1 and Canon EOS R5 Mark II might have a global shutter, are now stating that an ”¬†extremely reliable source” told them they will not have a global shutter. Guess there will be enough time before announcement to switch back to “might have a gobal shutter” for one last time. Just to make people curious, of course:

It was suggested that readout speeds will be good enough to make the advantages of a global shutter less prominent, while maintaining the expected image quality in the next generation prosumer and flagship camera bodies. The same source claims that Canon’s next image sensors will have bigger advancements in performance than we’re used to from a new generation of Canon consumer sensors.

Don’t waste your time with rumors, go out snapping pics instead.

Source: Canon Rumors

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