The Canon EOS 5DS is breaking some serious records by becoming the highest resolution full-frame resolution DSLR on the market. Boasting 50 megapixels, it has "so much resolution that you'll get 19-megapixel images even if you shoot in crop mode with lenses designed for APS-C sensors," writes The Verge. That is impressive, even for those not familiar with the photography lingo.
In addition to the amazing resolution of the Canon EOS 5DS, it also shoots at 5 frames-per-second and features 61-point autofocus, dual Digic 6 processors, 1080p video, a mirror vibration control system to combat camera shake and viewfinders with 0.71x magnification and 100 percent coverage. Ensuring that people can take the best photos they're capable of, the Canon EOS 5DS is set to make a big impact in the industry.