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Canon Explorer Eberhard Schuy About Studio Sharpness with the EOS 5DS

Canon Explorer Eberhard Schuy was one of the first to use the recently launched 50.6 Megapixel EOS 5DS. In an interview with Canon Professional Network he highlights what he liked most of the EOS 5DS

On the subject of medium format competition, Eberhard is very frank. “This camera has no disadvantages to medium format cameras,” he states. “The most important thing is what quality the files are. When I need really large files it’s important to have something in reserve. With over 50 Megapixels we have all sorts of possibilities. With this sensor we can produce pictures for every kind of use, including big prints for advertising. So, in the future we will work with just one system in my studio, and that’s the 5D system. Depending on the nature of the job we can chose the EOS 5D Mark III or the EOS 5DS. And because we can use the same lenses, this not only saves time but also a lot of money!”

EOS 5DS and 5DS R previews and hands-on: Canon Japan’s EOS 5DS image and video samples and EOS 5DS R image samples. EOS 5DS and 5DS R preview at Photography Blog, hands-on and sample pics at ephotozine, preview at DPReviewCPN Europe ArticleThe Digital Picture. A tip about which lenses are best for the EOS 5DS at The Phoblographer. A more technical and in-depth article by CPN. First impression from the videographer’s point of view at EOSHDFotosidan interview with Mike Burnhill at CPS, Canon Europe to talk about the upcoming, high resolution Canon Eos 5Ds and 5Ds R (12min video). Hands-on video in Italian. Hands-on video in German.

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  • Robert

    On the subject of medium format competition, Eberhard is very frank.
    “This camera has no disadvantages to medium format cameras,”
    … What a disgusting, paid marketing BS…

    For years, Canon has talked about the “full frame heaven”, the real stuff for serious photographers. Ans suddenly, the lot larger medium format sensor gives NO advantages…

    Eberhard is a pro, so should know, what a xxxx his is telling here.

  • Fri13

    Post Production means everything you do after you have pressed the shutter.

    The file transfer, the file naming, the file archiving, the reviewing, choosing the photo, cropping the photo, re-saving the file or placing it available to someone else etc.

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