The Canon EOS R camera is the newest addition to the EOS lineup. The foundation of this digital camera is based around a completely new lens mount that is designed for a much higher optical excellence - allowing for even higher optical potential in the future. This RF mount has a large, 54mm internal diameter that gives you impressive handling and increased flexibility.
The EOS R camera is my current favorite. It allows you to capture a variety of subjects in many different environments with a 30.3 Megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor and an amazing DIGIC 8 Image Processor that produces beautiful low-light performance, even in the most dark situations.
I really like that this camera captures smooth 4K video that can be enhanced post-production with the included Canon Log, and it's very easy to share. The touchscreen LCD make it very easy to adapt to any kind of shooting situations, be it video, stills, slowmo, and more. No matter day or night, this camera has strong performance and stunning results.
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- Innovative new RF mount, 54mm.
- 20mm Flange Focal Distance.
- A variety of mount adapter options.
- Built-in EVF with 3.69 million dots, vari-angle touchscreen LCD and dot-matrix LCD panel.
- 4K 30p video with Canon Log and 10-bit 4:2:2 HDMI output.
- Compact size and is very lightweight.
- Great auto focus.
- Single SD card slot.
- No in-body stabilization.
There is so much about this camera that I love! It's one of the best mirrorless cameras out there to date. Every product has its flaws, but the pros highly outweigh any negatives for the EOS R camera.