A number of Canon EOS 5DS owners concluded that the product had a good picture resolution. Chris Hoare he said “The future is super high resolution, this is the beginning”. Hakon Soreide wrote on Amazon “Therefore a reduction in your effective megapixels again” in their review of the Canon EOS 5DS. Whatdigitalcamera.com said in their review of this digital camera on expert website What Digital Camera “• 50.6 MP CMOS sensor • Dual DIGIC 6 image processors • ISO 100-6400 (expandable to ISO 50-12,800 • 5fps continuous shooting • 61-point AF system with 41 cross types •”.
A number of Canon EOS 5DS owners concluded that it was able to produce good images. A. R. Murray mentioned on Amazon “It's a genuine upgrade in DSLR photography and while the 5D Mark iii still remains as a great camera, there's no denying the benefits of the 5DS” and gave this digital camera an excellent review. Chris Hoare wrote on Amazon “Having tried both on loan with my own lenses I felt the 5DS was a better fit for my images” in his review of the Canon EOS 5DS. Chris Hoare also said “Unlike the 6d shows the full frame of the image my first happiness was the huge coverage”.
Several people who reviewed the Canon EOS 5DS concluded that it had a good image sensor. Hakon Soreide wrote “It really is the sensor size that makes the biggest difference.” in their review of the Canon EOS 5DS. Pcmag.com wrote on expert review site PC Mag “Canon's EOS 5DS D-SLR has a high-resolution sensor that filters out color moiré.”. Expert website Photographyblog.com wrote in their review of the Canon EOS 5DS “The highest number of megapixels ever seen in a full frame sensor”.
Several Canon EOS 5DS reviewers who bought this digital camera considered that it was good in low light. Chris Hoare mentioned “The downsides of the camera were quickly apparent - in low light you need a bright lens” in his review. Chris Hoare also mentioned “The Canon 6d is awesome in low light”. Trustedreviews.com wrote on expert website Trusted Reviews two years ago “Professional photographers who don't need ultimate speed or supreme low-light flexibility”.