Building upon the ground-breaking Full Frame mirrorless technology introduced with the Canon EOS R and RF lens range, two powerful new Full Frame mirrorless cameras bring the next level of EOS performance. Both offer expanded capabilities and boundless creativity, but which one is right for you?
The culmination of several years of development, the Canon EOS R5 is the flagship EOS R System camera for professionals, redefining what a mirrorless camera can be. The Canon EOS R6 is a hybrid powerhouse, offering the best performance yet in low light conditions across stills and video.
The two cameras share a market-leading level of Image Stabilization of up to 8-stops using a combination of lens and in-body IS, fast continuous shooting speeds of up to 20fps, and advanced tracking with the Dual Pixel CMOS AF II system. Each camera also has its unique advantages, from the Canon EOS R5's incredible 8K RAW video to the Canon EOS R6's high ISO range.
Here we explore the main features of the Canon EOS R5 and Canon EOS R6, with Canon Europe's European Product Marketing Manager John Maurice and Product Specialist Mike Burnhill drawing out the cameras' shared strengths and key differences.