EOS R5 C Body
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- Supports 8K/60P Internal RAW or Cinema RAW Light Recording, HDMI 8K RAW Output to Compatible Recorders, 8K HDR Recording (PQ/HLG)
- Internal Cooling Fan Enables Non-stop 8K/60P Recording
- Expanded Interface for Professional Needs
- Carries on the Ergonomic EOS Design
- Full-featured 13 Assignable Buttons
- 8K Sensor and DIGIC X Processor with 4K and 2K Oversampling
In the box
Unlock your creative potential with the EOS R5 C, a full frame camera that expertly combines many of the video formats and features from the Canon Cinema EOS lineup with the distinguished still-imaging capabilities of the EOS R system. Whether capturing stills or videos, you’ll love the fast and intuitive autofocus, excellent imaging, versatility of non-stop 8K/60P RAW recording, and fast motion recording without cropping the sensor – all in a compact and lightweight design built on the next generation RF Mount System.
Professional Photo and Video Modes: One flip of the switch and the EOS R5 C transforms from a world class stills camera to a fully fledged Cinema Camera. Perfect for switching between photography and cinematography.
8K Video and 45MP Stills: Enjoy full creative flexibility with high-resolution video and stills. We’re talking up to 8K/60P internal RAW or cinema RAW light recording, HDMI 8K RAW output to compatible recorders, and 8K HDR recording (PQ/HLG) for high-quality, lifelike images that are sure to impress.
Fits Comfortably in your Hand: Perfect for agile crews or for use as a B-Cam, the EOS R5 C's internal cooling fan enables virtually limitless shooting in high-definition 8K/60P video. Its compact, lightweight, and ergonomic design makes handheld shooting a breeze, whether shooting video or still images.
Cutting Edge Technology: Get high precision focusing (even in scenes full of high-paced action) with Canon's Dual Pixel Autofocus and 4K 120P slow and fast motion recording mode. When you’re ready to shoot that scene in VR, the EOS R5 C camera is an excellent camera pairing with Canon's RF5.2mm F2.8 L Dual Fisheye Lens to achieve stereoscopic 3D 180° VR video.8
Common Features with the EOS R5 Camera: Canon's 45 Megapixel full-frame, CMOS imaging sensor is at the heart of the EOS R5 C camera's superb image quality, which also leads the way for impressive 8K/60P RAW cinematic video shooting.
Supports 8K/60P Internal RAW Recording: The 8K sensor and DIGIC X processor produce high-quality video at up to 8K/60P. Use of the Cinema RAW Light format with its high-efficiency mode enables internal card recording without an external recorder.
Internal Cooling Fan Enables Non-stop 8K/60P Recording: The EOS R5 C camera features a cooling fan built into the body, forcing out the heat from inside. This enables continuous and virtually limitless shooting of high-definition 8K/60P video without interruption2.
Expanded Interface for Professional Needs: The EOS R5 C camera provides a Timecode input/output terminal for easy synchronization when shooting with multiple cameras and other interfaces. A cable protector is also included as standard to prevent cable disconnection or damage to the terminal if strong force is applied when connecting interface or HDMI cables.
Multi-function Shoe: Canon's Multi-function shoe with digital audio interface supports the optional TASCAM CA-XLR2d-C professional audio XLR microphone adapter for up to 4-channel audio. This optional accessory adds two full-sized XLR terminals with phantom power and shotgun mic mount, enabling digital 4-channel and 24-bit audio recording to meet professional video production needs.
8K Sensor and DIGIC X Processor: The EOS R5 C camera is the first Cinema EOS System Camera to provide internal 8K (8192x4320) 60P RAW recording. 8K video offers outstanding definition and realism with 16 times the resolution of full HD video, enabling unprecedented capabilities in video expression and highly flexible workflows, such as 4K cropping from 8K footage. The EOS R5 C camera can also record 8K video in the highly versatile MP4 format. Lighter, smaller proxy video files can also be recorded while shooting 8K. This makes for an efficient workflow during editing, previewing, and other tasks.