I borrowed a Canon 5DS from Canon Professional Services to compare it to the 5D Mark III bodies I use for still photos. The 5DS is almost identical from the outside, with just a few very minor changes, so it worked great out of the box on my MōVI M5. The files are amazing...50.6 megapixels is a TON of data. The body doesn't do too well at high ISOs, but that's not usually an issue for aerial stills. I shot these at ISO 200 and ƒ5.6 at shutter speeds of around 1/800-1/1000. The lens I used (my old 16-35 Mk 1) is not as sharp as other lenses I've used for normal tests, but I had the MōVI set up for that lens so I just went ahead and used it. First, here's a simple shot that illustrates the amount of data in those files. Next, here are a few photos I shot of the beach today. Enjoy!