Canon R5 vs. R6 Durability Question

by Aaron Rapoport
(Los Angeles, CA. USA)

Canon R5 Camera

Canon R5 Camera

Hello, will the durability performance of the R5 and R6 come even close to the bulletproof ruggedness of my 5DM2 and 3.......
Also, someone said the R6 is not as rugged as the R5........
I'm careful but I do not baby my equipment.
thanks
Aaron Rapoport photographer.


Hi Aaron,

The durability of the Canon R5 and Canon R6 compared to the Canon 5D Mark II and Mark III is a good questions. It's too early too early to tell which generation will last longer and I'm still not ready to take the plunge either.

Best Regards,
Bruce

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