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Leica M10-R Specifications
Leica camera has announced a new, high-resolution version of the Leica M10 rangefinder, called the M10-R. The new model, which adopts the familiar body and layout of the original Leica M-10 adopts a new full-frame 40.89MP RGB CMOS sensor sans AA filter and a native ISO 100-50,000 sensitivity. Besides an increase in resolution, Leica also claim a wider dynamic range over the 24MP CMOS sensor in the original M10 series, said to be up to 13.5 stops. Another benefit of the new sensor is lower noise at high ISOs apparently, with even less colour noise at ISO6400 than the current M10. According to a Leica spokesperson, the ‘unique’ full-frame sensor was…
Canon EOS R6 Specifications
Definitely the more intriguing (as in left field) of the two cameras released, this appears to be targeting (some) EOS-1DX Mark III users to transition over to mirrorless. For starters, it uses the same 20.1MP sensor, or at least a related sensor – it has Dual Pixel CMOS AF II instead, and can shoot continuously at up to 20 fps with Servo AF, or up to 12fps using the mechanical shutter. It also has oversampled 4K/60p video using almost the full width of the sensor and 120 fps Full HD. Canon say the EOS R6 uses the same or similar sensor to the Canon EOS-1DX Mark III, and therefore it should have…
Canon EOS R5 Specifications
The EOS R5 takes over as the flagship in the mirrorless EOS R line up, but the specification is curiously biased towards video rather than stills. An AA filter means the 45MP resolution the resolving power will be affected, but we’ll have to wait for tests to see by just how much. It’s also rather expensive, being quite a bit more than the 60MP Sony A7R IV. Nevertheless, it has a hi-res 5.76 million dot EVF, like that of the Panasonic S1 series and Leica S2 plus it has the interesting Bluetooth v5.0 spec which should mean compatibility with wireless headphones. If this is the equivalent of the Canon EOS…
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