Canon EOS 5Ds with the Sigma 24mm, 35mm and 50mm Art Sample Images

June 8, 2015 | Mark Goldstein | 12 Comments | |
Canon EOS 5Ds with the Sigma 24mm, 35mm and 50mm Art Sample Images Image

We've been testing the new 50-megapixel Canon EOS 5Ds with the highly-regarded Sigma 24mm, 35mm and 50mm f/1.4 Art prime lenses today.

Here are 93 JPEG and 20 Raw images taken with a final production version of the Canon EOS 5Ds DSLR camera with the Sigma 24mm, 35mm and 50mm Art Lenses.

A gallery of sample images taken with the Canon EOS 5Ds DSLR camera with the Sigma 24mm, 35mm and 50mm Art Lenses.


Canon EOS 5Ds with the Sigma 24mm, 35mm and 50mm Art JPEG Images

Canon EOS 5Ds with the Sigma 24mm, 35mm and 50mm Art RAW Images

The Canon EOS 5Ds enables users to capture RAW and JPEG format files. We’ve provided some Canon RAW (CR2) samples for you to download (thumbnail images shown below are not 100% representative).

1/5000s · f/1.8 · ISO 100
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1/40s · f/16 · ISO 100
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1/50s · f/8 · ISO 100
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30/1s · f/11 · ISO 160
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1/5000s · f/1.4 · ISO 100
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1/320s · f/1.4 · ISO 100
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1/400s · f/1.4 · ISO 100
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1/3200s · f/1.4 · ISO 100
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1/1600s · f/4 · ISO 100
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1/100s · f/16 · ISO 100
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1/80s · f/16 · ISO 100
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1/80s · f/16 · ISO 100
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1/8000s · f/1.4 · ISO 100
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1/1250s · f/4 · ISO 12800
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1/800s · f/1.4 · ISO 3200
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1/160s · f/4 · ISO 100
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1/1600s · f/1.4 · ISO 100
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1/60s · f/1.4 · ISO 100
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1/500s · f/2.8 · ISO 100
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1/60s · f/8 · ISO 100
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#1 Thomas Jergel

It would have been lovely if you had written which photos were taken with which lenses, or arranged them in categories corresponding to the lens used.

5:17 pm - Monday, June 8, 2015

#2 Under Frankwood

True, but you can figure that out yourself inside the Exifs. I must say now, why did you not do it like that last week? These here are way better than the, pardon me, mediocre crap you provided with the 50 1.8. The Arts get out of it what is possible, the raws look stunning, the level of detail is amazing. Even the Iso 12800 one is very much useable if carefully denoised. I can’t wait for the call of my retailer.

6:11 pm - Monday, June 8, 2015

#3 John Armstrong-Millar

Excellent..

Thank you very much for testing the 5DS

7:03 pm - Monday, June 8, 2015

#4 Alxy

The images look soft and the colors are dull. I hope these do not represent the real abilities of Canon 5Ds.

8:46 pm - Monday, June 8, 2015

#5 Under Frankwood

Alxy, take the raws and a decent raw processor and they look great. I don’t know what they used for the jpg, if they are out of cam or how they were processed, but there’s much more possible. It’s tack sharp.

5:41 am - Tuesday, June 9, 2015

#6 Zagga

Do these people know what they are doing? I saw this link and couldn’t wait to download the RAW samples using super sharp lenses and 50Mpix sensor for lots of detail. However, the tester chose to shoot at f16 or f1.4 (the 4 examples I looked at) thus masking all that detail with either shallow DOF/field curvature or heavy diffraction????

5:05 pm - Tuesday, June 9, 2015

#7 Under Frankwood

Zagga, frankly, one has to say that the guy that got the 5Ds here does not seem to know much about camera usage. The sample pics are neither good nor correctly processed. Most of the comments I read about the pictures are how bad they are taken, but still you can begin to anticipate the level of detail the sensor delivers - at least we have that for now, until someone skilled (like me) gets the camera. Unfortunately that will take until next week or so and then the web will be swarming with more or less good sample pics.

6:30 pm - Tuesday, June 9, 2015

#8 Griff

Even JPEGs straight out of the camera should give a good indication of lens quality, and since they’re primes I’d expect them to be sharp wide open.  Personally I don’t like the colour rendition of any of these lenses and zooming in (the light bulb shot at f/1.4) shows softness.  Iv’e zoomed in to 100% for a 70-200 (L) wide open at f/1.4 and it’s razor sharp - you get what you pay for.

6:26 pm - Wednesday, June 10, 2015

#9 Griff

Also, one of the main reasons for buying one of these lenses is their speed, otherwise why not just use a high quality zoom.  So, seeing what these lenses are capable of wide open is pretty important.  The 5Ds is a good choice for a body as it quite admirably demonstrates limitations of these lenses (and the photographer) and is a good lesson in why you should be getting the best quality glass you can afford.

7:16 pm - Wednesday, June 10, 2015

#10 Burgy

“Iv’e zoomed in to 100% for a 70-200 (L) wide open at f/1.4 and it’s razor sharp”
Trust me you haven’t

10:49 pm - Wednesday, June 10, 2015

#11 Moamar

Excuse me, but what do these pictures represent?
I could not see the camera quality from these images.
Subjects are not good.
and It seems that photography is not an expert photographer.
I want to see models to depict the faces,  not stones and not horses and not cars   ........
Thank you

4:26 pm - Friday, June 12, 2015

#12 Vincent

People, stop complaining all the time for anything. Somebody actually did some work and is willing to share, so thank you!!!
Those test shots are helpful. We get an idea of what the camera (and mostly its sensor) can do. What the photographer can do is a totally different story.

1:00 am - Sunday, June 14, 2015