The Canon EOS R5 and R6 showed us that Canon is taking mirrorless quite seriously. If you are struggling to choose between the two cameras, this excellent video comparison will help you decide.
Coming to you from Anita Sadowska, this excellent video review compares the Canon EOS R5 and EOS R6 mirrorless cameras. The R5 and R6 are an interesting pair, as the R6 maintains a lot of the more advanced features of the R5 despite its lower placing in Canon’s product lineup. For example, you get the same super-fast burst rate (12 fps with the mechanical shutter and 20 fps with the electronic shutter), same IBIS, and same advanced autofocus system. The biggest difference (in terms of stills photography), is the resolution, with the R5 coming in at 45 megapixels and the R6 sitting at a more standard 20 megapixels. Of course, the extra resolution can be quite nice for a variety of applications, but if you do not need it, the R6 can save you a nice chunk of change. The other thing to consider is that with that extra resolution comes increased demand on your computer and the need for more storage. Check out the video above for Sadowska’s full thoughts on both cameras.