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Canon EOS R : Specifications and Opinions




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The Canon EOS R is a mirrorless camera with FF (1.0x) sensor and 30.3 megapixels manufactured from 2018. The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 50 - 102400 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 5 FPS x 47 RAW, 100 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 1799 €;
187 users have given it an average vote of 9.2 out of 10


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 Sensor
 Format   Fullframe, 36 x 24 mm (image ratio 3:2, crop factor 1.0x in comparison with FF)
 Resolution   30.3 megapixel
 ISO sensitivities   50 - 102400
 File formats   JPEG, RAW

 Esposure
 Shutter speeds   30" - 1/8000
 Exp. compensation   +/- 3 stops at 1/3 steps
 Exp. modes   M, S, A, P
 Metering modes   Multi-Area, Semi-Spot, Spot

 Features
 Mount   Canon RF (click here to view all compatible lenses)
 Stabilization   No
 Autofocus (AF areas)   5655
 Continuos shooting (with autofocus)   5 FPS x 47 RAW, 100 JPEG
 Continuos shooting (without autofocus)   8 FPS x 47 RAW, 100 JPEG
 Live View   Yes
 Dust reduction   Yes
 Video mode   4K (3840x2160p) @ 30 FPS
 WiFi   Yes
 GPS   No
 USB   USB-C (3.1)
 USB Charging   Yes

 Built and notes
 Touchscreen   Yes
 LCD   3.2", 1024 x 680 pixels, articulated
 Viewfinder   Electronic, coverage 100%, 0.76x
 Viewfinder resolution   1280 x 960 px
 Flash   No
 Storage   SD, SDHC, SDXC (UHS-II)
 Storage, Slot 2   not available
 Shutter   Mechanical and electronic
 Battery   Li-Ion (Canon LP-E6N, capacity 13.42 Wh)
 Weather sealing   Yes
 Weight   660 g
 Dimensions   136 x 98 x 84 mm

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avatarjunior
sent on May 28, 2022

Pros: Crazy AF, not bad battery, sturdy body with keys in the right place. Great display!

Cons: Single SD slot

Opinion: Necessary premise: I am an amateur. I am not a professional, I am not a great expert; I'm just a fan looking for the "right" camera for what I do: portraits, a bit of street and memories of travel. I bought the EOS R in store, used guaranteed. I had an RP, fantastic camera but very "consumer". I must say it was the best purchase ever made. The autofocus is crazy, once it hooks the eye (and it can easily even in the dark, don't worry) it does not miss a beat. I can take a burst of 15 photos, with the subject moving, and the focus is always there, planted on the eye. The sensor is magnificent: 30mpx of pure detail. The EOS R is not afraid of the dark, the files up to 6400iso are very usable and the noise - even if present - is almost pleasant, especially passing the shot in b / w. The body is sturdy and well made. The keys are where they should be, and even that "touch" key that many find useless has its why: I use it to change the focus mode (from eye tracking to single point etc ...) and I must say that I have never had a problem. If we really want to find a problem in the construction of this gem then it is definitely the fact that it has only one slot for SD, while it would have been convenient to have a second to be able to shoot in raw + jpeg. The software is the usual canon: unbeatable. The menus are done very well, all the settings are really easy to find. I must say, I was also surprised by the goodness of the touch-screen, it is basically equivalent to that of the smartphones to which we are accustomed. The battery... well, you quietly take 500 shots. Now, I understand that it is not an old style SLR, with 1300 shots of autonomy, but the spare batteries are not overly heavy (or expensive, just go to third-party brands like Patona). Moreover - and it is not a small thing - you can charge the battery on-the-go simply by attaching a powerbank to the camera, a function in my opinion as obvious as it is useful. The viewfinder is well defined, rather fluid and functional. I must say that I use the screen more than the viewfinder, but for personal convenience. The EF adapter. Here, here we must make a speech: Canon has evidently imagined the R system thinking of professionals and consumer basics. Just look at the lens park released to date to realize it: the lenses are few, and either they are super monsters for pro (see 85mm 1.2, 50mm 1.2) or they are basic ciofeche (see 50mm 1.8STM, 35mm 1.8 macro, 24-105 7.1!). But – and this is as big as a home – the EF lens adapter works really well. Here, I admit, I started buying RF lenses and I ended up selling practically all of them to switch to EF... at the level of autofocus you do not lose anything but you save money and you have to deal with lenses of the highest quality. In short, to conclude. The EOS R is a lady camera, with "professional" functions and with a body designed to withstand time. I believe, after years of research and money spent, that I have found the camera that suits me.

avatarsenior
sent on February 01, 2022

Pros: Fabulous files, both jpeg and Raw. Robustness of the body, high-performance and instant autofocus with dual pixels. Simple and complete menus, viewfinder, full touch and rotatable screen. Excellent ISO seal, dynamic range and excellent shadow recovery. Large body the right, but with a good grip and well balanced. Good 4K videos despite the crop factor in shooting. Top display to see the main settings with a quick glance. Great feeling.

Cons: If I really have to find one, lack of stabilization on the sensor (among other things excellent). I preferred a few customizable keys although on Canon you do not miss them too much because of the well-designed menus.

Opinion: I state that I do not understand who turns up his nose in front of an EOS R, it is a 5D MK IV in a mirrorless body with an extraordinary autofocus and with a refinement on the sensor / software side still improved. Of course, many complain about the lack of the Joystick (replaced by a customizable controller that is a bit difficult to appreciate), but the camera is fabulous, robust as only Canon can do and with a fantastic image reproduction. The files are clean and very detailed, the autofocus (after the firmware update) is stratospheric with an eye-control that does not miss a shot. The real touch monitor (nothing to do for example with the limited one of other brands) and fully articulated has made and continues to make school so much so that other brands are now adopting it. The menu, typical of Canon, allows a high customization so that the camera adapts to any style and / or photographic approach. The WiFi works very well and the Canon App, in my opinion, is very good. Is a single slot too little? Maybe, but in years and years of Canon at all latitudes I have never had problems with reading / writing files as long as I use good memory cards. I also find it misleading to compare it to Mirrorless of another category as is often done (I think of nonsensical comparisons with R5 and R6) even if the image quality is absolutely top. Taking into account the price it is absolutely a best buy and a great tool.

avatarjunior
sent on January 02, 2022

Pros: Autofocus, Menu, Viewfinder and rotatable screen, excellent ISO seal, excellent shadow recovery. Compact body but with a good grip. Well balanced.

Cons: Raw file colors if not touched in posts really different from the classic colors of the Canon SLRs (eg 6d mark II, 5d Mark III), unstabilized body, 4k cropped, if burned the whites do not have great chances of recovery, better an underexposed photo rather than overexposed.

Opinion: The camera is excellent, being the first Mirrorless fullframe canon a little unripe in some respects that have instead much improved in the R6 and R5. It has a really good autofocus even with adapted EF optics, of course with RF optics it is great. What has never made me crazy are the colors if not touched in post .. They are really strange, it has a somewhat particular yield. The dynamic range is not bad at all. Definitely on a whole other level than the 6d Mark II that I had until a few months ago. But despite this if I have to deliver a jpg just out of the machine I definitely prefer those of the 6D below 3200 ISO at least. The body not stabilized in video is managed quite well by electronic stabilization, it will not be comparable to a GH5 but certainly at the same level as an A7 III. Compared to the A7 III it certainly has the display for the better, both in terms of sharpness, brightness, tipping and especially in the menus. He loses a bit in the recovery of the lights on which Sony is really strong! The "rule" of exposing to the right with this camera is really risky and counterproductive.

avatarjunior
sent on October 06, 2021

Pros: Robust and well-made body, with optimal dimensions (neither too small, nor too large), firm grip, great versatility but only for pro use (in fact the scenes, the panorama function etc. are missing), instant autofocus (not a shot is missed), well-made touch interface, Dual Pixel Autofocus, excellent image quality

Cons: Ergonomics of some very questionable controls (moreover, from the customizable keys you can not manage all the functions), unconvincing video performance with showy 4K crop, absence of the stabilizer in the room, limited battery life if you do not use some precautions on energy saving, processing processes a bit slow in certain circumstances, evaluation measurement too variable depending on the frame

Opinion: I have owned this camera for a few months, having purchased it in July 2021, but I think I can already give an accurate evaluation. I state that I also own an EOS 6D purchased in 2014, which continues to do its duty. The aspect that most impressed me is the quality of the images and that confirms what all the reviews say. Being a journalist / reviewer of cameras and lenses, over the years I have had the opportunity to try almost all the SLR / mirrorless of various brands and price ranges and I must say that a quality like that EOS R in terms of fineness of detail, micro-contrast, color rendering, I have never found, even with machines of the same House (apart from the 5D mark IV) or others with a denser sensor, which goes as we know at the expense of noise. If we exclude the unattainable Fujifilm GFX 100, which however is large format, I therefore put the EOS R at the top of the full frame cameras, even if - I admit - I have not yet had the opportunity to try the R5. I mentioned the noise, content, but the EOS 6D is better: after all, it also has 10 Mpixel less. The video quality is not up to that of the photo sector: although using it very little in this mode, I found that the recorded is lower than that of cameras such as the Sony Alpha 7/9 or even the Fujifilm from the X-T3 upwards. But, you know, an EOS R you don't buy for video... This machine suffers from some flaws that we would not have expected from a manufacturer like Canon and that concern ergonomics, where generally the manufacturer had never failed. Is it possible that every time you take your hand your thumb ends up on keys that should not be pressed? Never happened on SLRs, at least in full frame that have a better studied body shape. The touch controller might have been a nice idea, but it's poorly implemented in my opinion. In conclusion: excellent autofocus, totally adjustable touch monitor, well-made menu structure, very nice EVF (but the optical part of the same could be slightly better), great versatility. However, the stabilizer in the car is missing... And the battery, if you use the high frame rate of the electronic viewfinder, lasts very little...

avatarsenior
sent on December 26, 2020

Pros: Compact, lightweight, use of ef and ef-s optics, adjustable dislpay, Wifi connections, crop factor in the machine, customizable.

Cons: Compact, sometimes with the itilizzo of the bg from a more solid grip sensation. Lack of setting a quick button dedicated to the crop factor, the eyepiece remains very protruding compared to the machine body and makes it difficult to store the machine body in the bag resting at its back. Once you've taken a slow photo in the viewfinder of new subjects.

Opinion: Having to add a second body to the 6dmk2 I was undecided whether to bet on a second 6dmk2 or try a mirroles. The choice was between an eos Rp or an eos R, The Rp seemed more compact and much less performing than the eos R. The choice fell on the eos R thanks to the curiosity of these new cameras. Use with EF adapter and optics. Correction in March 2021. After a few months of use and after the euphoria begins for the new purchase, I can fully express my judgment. I find the electronic viewfinder a little annoying, too bright if you frame a dark scene. The vision that returns to you is not real, it displays already elaborate images with the addition of photo style or the creators of the awb, after all it is a miniature screen ..... The display of the scene is late even if milliseconds makes you lose your cognetion with what happens around you. In this respect, I consider slRs to be unattainable. The files are very detailed and workable without any problem. Crop in the car is very useful. On balance.... More than a camera it looks like an electronic tool designed to take photographs, too much electronics. Although a good car, I go back in my footsteps and return to the world of SLRs. I just hope Canon doesn't leave the Reflex segment.




Photos taken with Canon EOS R

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