I'm on the lookout for a FF DSLR, that I can use for nature (landscapes) and soon to be wildlife photography.
The 1DXII would be ideal, but the price tag is fairly high and I could rather spend that on glass, other gear, or on travel expenses instead.
I was looking at the 5DS-R, not sure as it's not the fastest and not a camera intended for such use.
5DS-R = 5fps
5D III = 6fps
5D IV = 7fps.
Not much of a difference in speed, but these seem to be my best options of the Canon FF cameras.
I'm not sure how much 'fast moving' wildlife I will be shooting, so I'm not sure how critical it will be.
Would it be sufficient enough to own a 5DS-R with its 5fps? Or would something like a 5DIII/IV with 6/7fps be a better option for its speed?
*I am not interested in a crop camera (7DII).