Canon EOS R5 C Camera
Recording video with mirrorless cameras is nothing new, but typically their compact bodies mean compromises. Touting it as a true hybrid, Canon is seeking to remove them with the EOS R5 C. Built around the same 45-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor as the standard model, it has an active cooling system with fans and venting that allows it to shoot 8K video at 60 fps for as long as there's storage remaining. A three-way power switch and dual-labeled buttons make moving between still photography and video a seamless experience, and provide quick access to features like 20 fps shooting, 1,053 automatic autofocus zones with eye, face, head, and animal tracking, and a robust ISO range of 100 to 51,200. Arriving in March.