This new full-frame mirrorless camera is a true hybrid, bridging the gap between Canon’s Cinema EOS and EOS Technology.
The line between photography and cinema just disappeared completely.
Camera technology has evolved in leaps and bounds in the past few years. RED popularized 8K recording, and many camera manufacturers quickly followed suit with budget-friendly options. Mirrorless cameras quickly started to take over, and then Canon killed off its flagship DSLR camera to push evolution.
However, the line between photography and video has remained distinct, even if it was a little blurry. While powerful DSLR and mirrorless cameras could shoot high-quality video, they were still centered around photography, leaving dedicated cinema cameras to do what they do best.
Well, not today. With the new 8K-capable Canon EOS R5 C, that blurry line has finally been erased.
Author: Yaroslav Altunin
This article comes from No Film School and can be read on the original site.