For many years, the Canon 5D series was the camera of choice for a variety of photographers, useful for a wide range of applications and highly reliable. Now that the company has moved on to mirrorless, is the EOS R6 the new 5D? This excellent video review takes a look at the EOS R6 and how it holds up against the venerable 5D Mark III.
Coming to you from Gary Gough, this great video review compares the EOS R6 to the 5D Mark III. You might be wondering why the EOS R6 is being compared to a 5D series camera when the EOS R5 is meant to be the replacement, but I think Gough is on to something. The EOS R5 was such a remarkable leap forward in capabilities that while certainly an impressive camera, it might be more than a lot of photographers actually need. A strong argument could be made for the EOS R6 being the new do-it-all camera with strong (but not extreme) features and the sort of versatility and reliability professionals need. At almost $1,500 cheaper than the EOS R5, its price is a strong factor as well. Check out the video above for Gough's full thoughts.