The rumor mill around a "CineVersion" of the current Canon EOS R5 is once again bubbling vigorously. Rumors about an actively cooled version of the EOS R, which would then complete Canon's current full-frame DSLM lineup as the "Cinema" EOS R5C, keep surfacing. Accordingly, continuous 8K 30p recording would then be possible and - if you trust the tech augurs - for the first time also in XF-AVC - which is Canon's 10-bit "workhorse" codec (MXF container) for professional video and TV productions.
Also of interest for professional (team) productions should be Timecode In/Out as well as the XLR adapter connections via hot shoe, which until now has only been available on the Canon Eos R3 (here our www.slashcam.de/artikel/Test/Canon-EOS-R3-im-Praxistest--12-Bit-6K-RAW-50p--Hauttoene--LOG-LUT--Stabilisierung--DJI-RS2-uvm--.html field test of the Canon EOS R3).
Canon Log 3 and Log 2 as well as Cinema Raw Light and MP4 recording along with a full-size HDMI output would round out the Canon EOS R5C.
That's about it for the current rumor mill on the Canon EOS R5C.
High on our wish list for an upcoming EOS R5C would be a fullsensor readout for 4K 60p - active cooling could put that option within realistic reach.
What would you like to see in an Canon EOS R5C?