Type: Digital single-lens non-reflex AF/AE camera Image Format: Approx. 36.0 x 24.0mm Lens Mount: Canon RF mount Sensor Type: CMOS sensor (compatible with Dual Pixel CMOS AF) Effective pixels: Approx. 30.3 Megapixels ISO Speed Range: ISO 100–40000 (in 1/3-stop or whole-stop increments)
Meet Canon's new addition to the EOS System, the EOS R camera. The foundation of this system is an entirely new lens mount, designed for optical excellence today and incredible optical potential for the future.
Get ready to capture a variety of subjects in many different environments. Versatility is key with the EOS R; a 30.3 Megapixel Full-frame CMOS sensor and the DIGIC 8 Image Processor deliver stellar low-light performance, even in dark situations. Focus can be attained with incredible speed and accuracy thanks to Canon's proprietary Dual Pixel CMOS AF system and a maximum of 5,655 manually selectable AF points**. This system also captures smooth 4K video that's easy to share and can be enhanced in post-production thanks to the included Canon Log. The built-in, high-precision EVF and a Vari-angle Touchscreen LCD make it easy to adapt to different shooting situations. In daylight or in the dark, in the studio or on the street, the EOS R's lightweight, intuitive and durable design means strong performance and gorgeous results.
Whether capturing landscapes or wildlife, wedding portraits or dance performances, the EOS R is an advanced and impressive imaging tool that's primed to deliver the stunning photos and videos that photographers, moviemakers and any visual storytellers need to make their stories fly. Witness a new beginning with the EOS R and be the revolution.
A new firmware update for Autofocus (AF) with the EOS R and EOS RP cameras is now available. This exciting new update offers enhanced AF functions to help you better view, track and capture subjects. The three main components are:
» Eye Detection AF will be improved so you can better focus on a moving subject’s eye even if it is far away or when the face appears small in the viewfinder.
» AF frame tracking is improved so there is virtually no delay between the actual focusing and when it’s displayed in the AF frame, helping you continuously track the subject and shoot comfortably.
» The AF function works faster overall so even at a distance, you can capture the subject quickly.