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 €;
169 users have given it an average vote of 9.2 out of 10
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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. I am not praising technical data like the previous speaker, because I agree with everything that has already been written. I just applaud the canon for the way he designed the bg of this camera. It gives you the possibility to store the lid of the battery housing and various caps inside, moving from normal use of the camera to use with bg without leaving around the various lids or caps. Recommended for those who want to enter and contact with the mirroless world.
Cons:single slot, unconvincing raw, difficulty finding some functions.
Opinion:It is a solid machine with exceptional ergonomics, fits perfectly in your hand. The menus are canon style, however sometimes I have some difficulty finding specific items. Surely it has been placed on the market a little unripe... the absence of the double slot makes the professionals turn their noses up. I don't like the new mode selection ring.. I find the selection cumbersome, as well as the switch between photos and videos. The images produced are excellent... jpegs are practically already usable, if you set parameters carefully. I can't say I was electrocuted by raw... I find them a little mosci, I don't know how to say... but they don't convince me, even if they work well... the comparison with the Sony A7III is inevitable and in this area loses the comparison... far from answering on the AF... EOS-R also focuss in the dark.. really impressive... never notice hesitation... sometimes with a Zoom Tamron 24-70 2.8 I noticed that at the maximum focal point it does not hook the fire... you have to get off, get him hooked and then go up as a focal point... at that point it instantly hooks up... with ef Canon optics never wrong a shot... the AF module is wonderful even in af-c... for many things I prefer Sony, but some features of the R are really great. A machine that, although unripe, I would like to advise without major reservations. I don't have RF optics, but with EF I'm doing very well. The touch screen is very functional, having the characteristics of a typical smartphone panel with all the features... the LCD is very good, as well as the viewfinder, exceptional, even if it "stitches" during the shot... nothing dramatic... the resolution and color rendering are really good. The autonomy is not at the level of the SLRs, but it is not bad at all.
Pros:Ergonomics, mpx, dynamic range, AF, image quality, dynamic range.
Cons:single slot, burst, lack focus bracketing, lack of GPS and Canon APP.
Opinion:First mirrorless after years of reflex and specifically a modest 650D and I have to say that the impact was really great. It has a typical ergonomics of Canon chambers that fit perfectly in the hands as well as weight and size. The thing that impressed me the most was the AF, I was used to that of the 650D and here instead it is a different story of its own, always ready and responsive, the only out of tune note is the very low burst, you know that it is not for sport, but I believe that getting to at least 8 fps would be the minimum on such a car. The touch bar what to say, you have to get used to it because it is very practical, but also very sensitive and just nothing to be active, I set it to the type of AF and it works perfectly. The file that pulls out this camera is gorgeous, full of information and with recoverable files at both low iso and high iso, testing it I was able to ascertain that up to 1600/3200 iso the photos have a noise up recoverable in post, obviously it always depends on the shooting conditions, I also ascertained that the noise produced at iso 100 in underexposed shots (invariance) is also minimal, I recovered a photo with 4 stops underexposed in a top way. Another positive note is the customization, you can customize it in all and everything so that you have everything at hand and it is not true that without the famous wheel everything is difficult, even here it is a question of adapting, even if in the last R5 and R6 they have put it back as requested by the pros. The only ones in or without the camera are the lack of the double slot that in my opinion could be replaced with a good APP so that you can back up via WIFI to the smartphone in real time, even at the expense of the battery, as well as the lack of bracketing on the fire and native GPS inside the camera itself. To date I believe it is a best buy in value for money, to be definitely had.
Pros:Ergonomics, mpx, dynamic range, AF, battery, screen, weight, touch bar, MF zebraling, zero F/B focus sigma optics
Opinion:First mirrorless after years of reflex and I found myself very well. It has ergonomics, weight and size that goes well with my hand. The touch bar, contrary to what is said around, I find it very practical if well set; perhaps too close to the other commands. The AF stunned me and continues to give me great shots with very few mistakes (obviously when I dare too much). I appreciated that the battery was the same as the 5D so that the old batteries were also used. I think the resolution is excellent, not too much to strain downloads and processing, not too little for printing billboards and large prints. The only drawback is obviously the single slot that as far as wedding shots are concerned it is a security to have 2. But when I worked for provincial and regional newspapers I used a 5Dmk1 and never a mistake. Using TS optics and manuals often and willingly (fisheye for example) I loved zebraling for focus. I don't regret the old SLRs other than the optical viewfinder.
Cons:Double slot, TIMELAPSE RAW, 4k crop and no 60fps, lens park TOO TOO expensive and reduced, lack of awkward focus bracketing
Opinion:I bought this Eos R in March 2020 when for the price it became a best buy in the Canon house, discarding both Sony A7iii and 5D4. I waited 7 months to try it well before reviewing it (maybe everyone did). The file produced by this camera is splendid: the AWB rarely misses a beat, raw malleable in post, beautiful sharp and clean image with great dynamic range (compared to RP/6D/6D2 the difference is immediate). Compared to the models mentioned a moment ago, on which I always seemed almost to see an opaque "veil" on the sensor, I find the R file much more "crunchy" and sharper.. I cannot explain it, but the difference is very tangible. The ergonomics are great, it would have been nice to have the joystick but using the touch to move the AF point is not a problem at all, the controls are positioned where they should and falls into your hand very very well. In recent months I have brought it in the rain on the Norwegian fjords, on the north sea in gales and on the sand of the Greek beaches, never any problem and never any trace of dirt on the sensor (the curtain is brilliant) so tropicalization also works as god commands. Using the EVF and screen, among the best on the market for resolution, really make it a pleasure to use this R and do not make it feel too "distant" from the old school. The battery is a leap ahead of the mirrorless I've tried, I've never taken less than 1000 shots, third-party batteries included, so it takes that thought out of my mind as well. The AF is another gem of this chamber that made me discard the 5D4: always very fast focus, precise and fast EyeAF, reliable Servo pursuit. What would I miss? Double slots for added security, timelapse in RAW, 4k 60 or no-crop on video, the embarrassing lack of focus bracketing that is present on the lower-end Eos RP and above all a much less expensive RF lens park than the current one, is it possible that third-party manufacturers are not interested? Would I switch to R6 or R5? Honestly not: R6 with 10mpx less I consider it a step back from THAT point of view, R5 with 15mpx more and the very expensive CF would require extra storage and better hardware not needed for most uses.. Would I buy Eos R back? absolutely yes, I worked on it 7 months learning how to make the most of it and I will work on it again! I consider it even more of a best buy with the new releases.
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