Busy day for Canon shooters: the R5 can now take 400MP photos, the R3 can now remember face, some 50mm f/1.2 and R10 are recalled

The previously rumoredIBIS HIGH Resolution” feature to create 400MP images (24576 x 16384) with the Canon R5 camera is now officially released.

New firmware updates for a few other models were also released - for example, the new Canon R3 firmware update can now remember faces ("Register people priority").

Canon also recalled some batches of the EF 50mm f/1.2 L USM lens and EOS R10 camera.

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