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The Full Press Release

27 May 2015 – Canon today launched two flagship EOS cameras; the EOS 5DS R and EOS 5DS. At 50.6-megapixels, the EOS 5DS R and EOS 5DS come equipped with a 35mm full-frame CMOS sensor and dual DIGIC 6 image processors to offer the highest image resolution in Canon’s extensive range of DSLR cameras to date.

“The EOS 5DS R and EOS 5DS mark a milestone in Canon’s range of DSLRs, with their breakthrough high image resolution in the 35mm format,” said Wataru Nishioka, President and CEO, Canon Marketing Malaysia. “Both cameras are an excellent choice for discerning users who appreciate fine details, thanks to their ultra-high image resolution and excellent range of features.”

“Canon is also delighted to introduce an all-new 4K camcorder series beginning with the XC10 – which allows users to capture exceptional 4K-resolution videos, as well as high-quality still images,” Nishioka added.

 

EOS 5DS R & EOS 5DS: Canon’s Dynamic Duo
With a 50.6-megapixel 35mm full-frame CMOS sensor, the EOS 5DS R and EOS 5DS have by far the highest resolution in Canon’s history of EOS cameras. At this sensor resolution, images that are dramatically trimmed or cropped will still retain optimum quality and details for print.

With Optical Low-Pass Filter cancellation (LPF), the EOS 5DS R captures incredibly detailed and sharp images whereas the EOS 5DS reduces the moiré effect using the optical LPF. Both cameras are well suited for users who take still landscape and studio photos, as well as commercial images for large-format printing.

Powered by the advanced Dual DIGIC 6 image processors, both the EOS 5DS R and EOS 5DS produce a high-speed readout capability and maximum continuous shooting speed of 5 frames per second (fps), despite the large image data size that comes with 50.6-megapixel image quality.

What’s more, the AF system in these cameras is a high-precision 61-point high-density reticular AF on par with that of the EOS 5D Mark III. It responds sensitively to subject distance and adjusts automatically – even with the subtlest changes in composition.
The EOS 5DS R and EOS 5DS also feature a newly developed mirror vibration control system to counteract the effect of shaky hands.

 

XC10: Canon’s debut 4K camcorder
The XC10 steps out as Canon’s first of a brand new series of digital video camcorders supporting 4K-resolution video. Targeting professional and advanced-amateur videographers, the camcorder is well suited for a wide range of applications - from the shooting of promotion videos and documentaries to news gathering shooting and use as a digital cinema sub-camera for scenes requiring a high level of shooting mobility.

Making possible 4K-resolution video with exceptional image quality, the new XC10 employs four technologies newly developed by Canon: a high-sensitivity 1.0-inch CMOS sensor, a 4K video lens offering 10x optical zoom, the high-performance DIGIC DV 5 imaging platform, and the proprietary XF-AVC video format.

The XC10 makes use of the Intra Frame 4K video compression format, which achieves a maximum 305 Mbps (Megabits per second) bit rate; delivering a high data-compression rate without sacrificing image quality to contribute to reduced data volume.

Supporting the capture of high-resolution still images, the Canon XC10 incorporates an approximately 12.0-megapixel 1.0-inch CMOS sensor delivering a maximum ISO speed of 20000, and a mechanical shutter that eliminates rolling shutter skew even when capturing subjects moving at high speed.

 

Rewards for Canon photographers and enthusiasts
Canon Malaysia has also launched “Your Life with Canon” (YLWC) [www.ylwc.canon.com.my], an integrated platform aimed at indulging the demands of ardent Canon photographers across the nation. Canon users who register on the site will enjoy exclusive member privileges and rewards – including extended warranty services, earning loyalty points to redeem limited edition merchandise, enjoying special promotions and irresistible offers as well as receiving exclusive invites to privately organized Canon events.

In addition to that, the site serves as a platform for users to share, learn and raise their levels of skills and expertise as they glean professional shooting tips, handy tricks and new ideas.

Registration is open to all Canon camera users, so sign up and enjoy “Your Life with Canon”!

 

Pricing and availability
The Canon EOS 5DS and EOS 5DSR will be available in Malaysia market starting from end June 2015 at recommended retail price (RRP) below:

  • EOS 5DS  – RM13,999 (inclusive of 6% GST) - approximately US$ 3,999
  • EOS 5DS R – RM14,999 (inclusive of 6% GST) - approximately US$ 4,289
XC-10 – pricing to be announced closer to availability date

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The Canon EOS 5DS R, and EOS 5DS DSLRs,
and the XC10 Camcorder Tech Report

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Introduction, The Canon EOS 5DS DSLR
The Canon EOS 5DS Key Features
The Canon EOS 5DS Specifications

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The Canon EOS 5DS Video & Pictures

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The Canon EOS 5DS R DSLR
The Canon EOS 5DS R Key Features
The Canon EOS 5DS R Specifications

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The Canon EOS 5DS R Video & Pictures

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The Canon XC10 4K Camcorder
The Canon XC10 Key Features
The Canon XC10 Specifications

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The Canon XC10 Video & Pictures

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The Canon Launch Event Video & Photos

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The Launch Event Photos (Continued)
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