Canon is set to launch the EOS 5DS, the highest resolution full frame DSLR on the market. Equipped with a new 50.6 megapixel, full-frame CMOS sensor, the camera has a design relatively unchanged from its predecessor, featuring a fixed, non-tilting 3.2-inch display with 1.04 million dots. To minimize shake, the chassis, baseplate and tripod socket are reinforced, along with a new motor rather than the spring-controlled mirror system similar to the 7D Mark II. Additional specs of note include shooting at 5 frames-per-second, 61-point autofocus, dual Digic 6 processors, 1080p video, and viewfinders with 0.71x magnification and 100 percent coverage. Canon has set a price of $3,700 for the 5DS, with availability expected in June.