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Save $2,400 on the Canon EOS 5DS R – that's over half price!

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The Canon EOS 5D range is renowned for its workhorse capabilities – and now you can pick up the Canon EOS 5DS R for just $1,499! Just to put that into perspective, you would be saving an insane $2,400 on this 50.6MP camera, which makes this saving over half price. As a variation of the 5DS, this camera's low-pass filter has been rendered neutral, enabling it to deliver an even higher resolution. Check out this amazing deal below.

Canon EOS 5DS R deal

Designed with the best resolution possible in mind, the Canon EOS 5DS R is a variant of the 5DS. This version has the 50.6MP sensor's low-pass filter rendered neutral. While this increases the possibility of color artifacts including moiré, it also means that users can extract more intricate detail out of their camera. 

Perfect for large-scale printing and extensive cropping, the Canon EOS 5DS R features an EOS Scene Detection System with a 150,000 pixel RGB+IR metering sensor that's designed to provide precise exposure and color metering. Meanwhile, an advanced mirror control mechanism and selectable shutter release lag times control camera vibration for reduced blur and quieter shutter sounds.

Users can choose between shooting with the Intelligent Viewfinder II, which features 100% coverage, and a 3.2" ClearView II LCD monitor that's designed to provide playback and live view composition with a 1.04m-dot resolution and a 170º viewing angle. 

This fantastic deal might not hang around for long, so if you're keen to save $2,400 on this fantastic Canon camera, then make a quick hop, skip and a jump over to B&H to pick one up for yourself. 

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