Canon EOS R review

Canon EOS R review

Canon EOS R review – The Canon EOS R is the first full-frame mirrorless camera to use the new RF mount. It’s built around the same 30-megapixel Dual Pixel CMOS sensor as 2016’s EOS 5D Mark IV but is designed for a new series of RF lenses. Canon says the shorter RF lens mount will allow them to design better or smaller lenses than they can for the existing EF mount.

With the EOS R, you are, in essence, getting image and video quality from the 5D Mark IV at around the price point of the 6D Mark II with a healthy dose of control philosophy from both of those cameras as well EOS M series. Unfortunately, while it’s capable of great image quality, handling and ergonomics are a mixed bag and the EOS R’s video capabilities lag behind the competition considerably.

Canon EOS R review – The EOS R additionally brags a great ISO range of 100-40,000 (expandable to 50-102,400) and is fit for self-adjusting down to – 6EV, making it outstanding for shooting in low light circumstances. On the off chance that you appreciate night photography or you shoot a great deal of weddings in faintly lit scenes, this could be a genuine distinction creator. What’s more, obviously, in case you’re searching for the best camera for astrophotography, the stargazing expert Canon EOS Ra is the lone committed full-outline astro cam accessible.

Key Specifications:

  • 30MP full-frame sensor with Dual Pixel autofocus
  • 3.69M dot OLED viewfinder
  • Fully articulated rear LCD
  • Autofocus rated down to -6EV (with F1.2 lens)
  • Up to 8 fps shooting (5 fps with continuous AF, 3 fps ‘Tracking Priority mode’)
  • UHD 4K 30p video from a 1.8x crop of the sensor
  • Canon Log (10-bit 4:2:2 over HDMI or 8-bit 4:2:0 internal)
  • USB charging (with some chargers)

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