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Canon EOS RP : Specifications and Opinions




Canon EOS RP, front

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The Canon EOS RP is a mirrorless camera with FF (1.0x) sensor and 26 megapixels manufactured from 2019. The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 50 - 102400 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 4 FPS. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 1192 €;
93 users have given it an average vote of 9.0 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   26 megapixel
 ISO sensitivities   50 - 102400
 File formats   JPEG, RAW

 Esposure
 Shutter speeds   30" - 1/4000
 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 al compatible lenses)
 Stabilization   No
 Autofocus (AF areas)   4779
 Continuos shooting (with autofocus)   4 FPS
 Continuos shooting (without autofocus)   5 FPS
 Live View   Yes
 Dust reduction   Yes
 Video mode   4K (3840x2160p) @ 24 FPS
 WiFi   Yes
 GPS   No
 USB   USB-C (2.0)
 USB Charging   Yes

 Built and notes
 Touchscreen   Yes
 LCD   3.0", 720 x 480 pixels, articulated
 Viewfinder   Electronic, coverage 100%, 0.70x
 Viewfinder resolution   1024 x 768 px
 Flash   No
 Storage   SD, SDHC, SDXC (UHS-II)
 Storage, Slot 2   not available
 Shutter   Mechanical and electronic
 Battery   Li-Ion (Canon LP-E17, capacity 7.48 Wh)
 Weather sealing   Yes
 Weight   485 g
 Dimensions   133 x 85 x 70 mm
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avatarjunior
sent on August 06, 2020

Pros: Ergonomics, held up to 1600 iso, reduced grain

Cons: Sharpness, colors, battery

Opinion: Arrival in chronological order from a 200d, from a 6d and before that from a 1200d. From the point of view of use and the software equipment in the room you can only talk about it well, the graininess of the photos in average conditions is really good compared to the models I had before (the 200d was already very good) and the iso seal is definitely better. As for the overall image quality, however, I found even a slight deterioration compared to the 200d. I'm not satisfied.

avatarjunior
sent on May 25, 2020

Pros: Ergonomics, operational speed, good quality of jpg

Cons: Battery life, laying latitude, good but not great sensor, brain autofocus

Opinion: Unjustly mistreated, it's a machine that needs to be understood. It does not want to challenge the flagships with the datasheet, but it is directed to those looking for a good tool for photography. The strong point is the operational speed. You bring it to your eyes and with the new PV mode combined with the Fn key you can change the settings without lowering the camera. Thinking about it I was nostalgic for the direct access keys! Comfortable with medium/small hands. Interesting some features such as Focus Bracketing or touch focus. I can't tell if the focus is as fast as advertised, but with the 24 105 it's definitely fast. Coming from a 6D I got into a lot of fights with the autofocus system. Everything is studying on it and resigning itself to the abandonment of the few AF points. Batteries don't last indefinitely, but in practice they hold more than stated. I recommend keeping a spare one in your pocket. Compared to 6D, the sensor improvement is not obvious; it doesn't impress, but it doesn't disappoint either. Here, too, we need to organize: using the DPP, the management of the RAW improves a lot. Great color rendering, impress the Jpgs.

avatarjunior
sent on March 04, 2020

Pros: handling, af, ease of use, FF, Focus staking and rangemeter

Cons: Dynamic range, display meter, battery menu button in the top left, tropicalization.

Opinion: I find it a great FF entry level, great detail, excellent iso seal, lightning af and excellent features not present in some upper machines. What disappointed me a little is the display meter, does not work very well and often you are forced to overexpose by 2 stops. The dynamic range is not the best but being a landscaper hardly snap without bkt. Another thing that doesn't go down is the additional grip at the price of 100 euros. a piece of plastic without any function I find it highly out of the market. I'm glad I bought it and I hope you can do some updates to correct via software some flaws in the machine. Highly recommended for those who want to experience the FF.

avatarjunior
sent on January 30, 2020

Pros: Full Frame, lightness, servo af in videos, adapter ring and complete compatibility with EF-EF-s optics, optical viewfinder with fairly accurate evaluative exposure, discreet versatility of the tilt screen, customizable in the controls , semi-automatic management and automatic even for newbies; in-room crop (x1.6), with the additional grip (EG-E1 ) is handy even for those with a bit of bigger hands; familiar commands and functions for those who have already used an EOS system; HDR full HD video more than enough (for unprofessional use), IBIS for video shooting Connectivity with APP , Eye AF IMPRESSIONANTE !!! , rechargeable with power bank.

Cons: Native optics (RF) still very expensive. Dynamic range (although proportionate to class), battery (already optimized in exchange for a few less features/performance). The standard adapter ring is the "basic" one (there are 3) great if you mix from EF to RF but the advantage of compactness as mirrorless you lose it (even if you mount a pancake) the shutter sound is RIDICOLO , and the silent snap mode is usable only in 1 "scene mode" (perhaps the most serious sin !)

Opinion: The machine has the advantage of being full frame to be proportionate to the market price for perstations and functions has strengths that could even be improved and make it even more enforceable. For example, if it had the silent click that can be selected even in Manual it would increase its value and its versatility as well because, do not tell me anything, but the shutter on a mirrorless for me makes a ridiculous noise... Spend a few euros to buy the grip (EG-E1) that does not bring any advantage from the point of view of autonomy but if you have big hands... you'll have a wandering pinky less than the basic version of the RP in addition to the fact that aesthetically it is cute and ergonomic perfectly complements the design lines of the machine and wanting to find it also colored red or blue in very rare cases ORO. (I got the standard black version) The adapter ring (standard) allows you to mount both optics with EF attachment and EF-S (also third-party but attention to compatibility) is actually the BASE version among 3 available (buybills apart but with a price I do not know if justified and/or proportionate) one of which in addition to the filters "Drop In" allows you to check, with an additional dial, the optics on mentioned completely simulating as if you had the management of an RF optic (in fact it is customizable by the controls for both iso opening and other). While for the coveted "photo" I would not repeat too much of not being too demanding because it re-appears disappointed even working on Raw... (I only throw a spear in favor of Raw if you manage the images with Canon Digital Photo Professional which is the UNICO to properly manage the files. Cr3 ; there is a very little improvement of IMHO management and recovery] unfortunately I over ISO 1000 can not talk about it well... I can imagine that with native optics the situation is better but with EF/EF-S... Forget. Always in the Photo area the most beautiful thing is 'eye AF I was really surprised (already I use Face Detection often but) aim and follow the eye even at a distance impressed me. In the video field instead also considering myself an absolute NEOFITA and "casual user" I got to be positively taken, in the sense that Focus and Drive AF in the videos with the intervention of the IBIS (which has unlike sister R) even I managed to bring something good enough to the house !!! The settings in general are optimized precisely for people who do not have a great experience in Photos/video and I have to say that in addition to the explanations in cam (which I disabled because I seemed to have the toy camera in hand) allows you with a minimum of knowledge of cause to get to bring videos at least Full HD home "there is not so much harm". In fine compatibility (with everything you have of the EOS system to date ) and the lightness of the machine body allow you to carry it with you to have a minimum of decency in the images... If you find it at a not high price (around 1200 euros) it is great to get into Full Frame and already in RF if you do not pass the desire in the meantime and migrate to other.

avatarjunior
sent on January 30, 2020

Pros: small and light, great autofocus, full frame

Cons: unbalanced with heavy optics.

Opinion: socket to flank a 6d mark ii as the second machine body. I can say that I was very satisfied. I recommend it for those who want to travel light. it is responsive and has a great autofocus. The quality of the viewfinder is also very good. With heavy and large optics you notice a lot of imbalance towards the goal. I didn't have any problems with the adapter. Great screen with which you can move your finger the focus while looking in the crosshairs (one thing I love). Would I ever sell the 6d mark ii to keep only the Rp.? I'd say No,,. The 6d mark ii cannot be replaced. Looking at the light with the optical sight is something I could never give up... then I feel it much more solid. more work reflex, much more balanced. To put it mild. I have to photograph a baptism, I have to take sports photos, I carry the 6d mark ii. I have to go out and street, or a week out of town, I bring the RP. What would I ask canon to improve it? nothing, or maybe yes, of the light and small optics to match...




Photos taken with Canon EOS RP

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Baby Phidippus regius soroa
by Ringhio
74 comments, 5750 views  
HI RES 8.6 MP
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Untitled Photo
by Vincenzo Sciumè
71 comments, 2792 views  
HI RES 6.0 MP

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Martha in traffic
by Antomac
17 comments, 12470 views  
HI RES 26.0 MP

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Postcard from Mussomeli
by Vincenzo Sciumè
54 comments, 3493 views  
HI RES 3.8 MP

Foto
Praying mantis
by Vincenzo Sciumè
41 comments, 2713 views
Foto
Crina
by Antomac
24 comments, 13691 views  
HI RES 24.7 MP

Foto
Untitled Photo
by Vincenzo Sciumè
33 comments, 2680 views  
HI RES 4.9 MP

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Untitled Photo
by Vincenzo Sciumè
29 comments, 1049 views  
HI RES 6.0 MP



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Autumn
by Urbanphoto.hu
20 comments, 3939 views
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Beak Beard.
by Vincenzo Sciumè
45 comments, 1469 views  
HI RES 3.8 MP

Foto
The Widow
by Ringhio
49 comments, 2022 views  
HI RES 10.7 MP

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Tulip---Seasons End.
by Larry Zavitz
39 comments, 687 views
Foto
Untitled Photo
by Vincenzo Sciumè
25 comments, 1689 views  
HI RES 6.0 MP

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Untitled Photo
by Vincenzo Sciumè
26 comments, 1010 views
Foto
Verzellino
by Vincenzo Sciumè
29 comments, 888 views  
HI RES 4.5 MP

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... Now I'm going to jump!
by Vincenzo Sciumè
30 comments, 1896 views
Foto
between calluses and channels at the time of the covid19
by Thesis61
24 comments, 1142 views  
HI RES 11.3 MP

Foto
Spider's Nest.
by Vincenzo Sciumè
22 comments, 1394 views  
HI RES 6.0 MP

Foto
Natural portrait
by Urbanphoto.hu
11 comments, 2292 views
Foto
Verzellino
by Vincenzo Sciumè
20 comments, 1231 views
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Untitled Photo
by Vincenzo Sciumè
21 comments, 629 views  
HI RES 6.0 MP

Foto
- Loneliness -
by Francesco Tavani
18 comments, 877 views
Foto
Julia
by Marorik
16 comments, 316 views  
HI RES 25.2 MP

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Tiger Lily from the Field.
by Larry Zavitz
30 comments, 455 views
Foto
My first extreme macro
by Simone Simonetti
30 comments, 1723 views
Foto
Avoid
by Thesis61
12 comments, 2846 views  
HI RES 7.6 MP

Foto
The balcony
by Kamik64
16 comments, 356 views  
HI RES 11.7 MP

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Untitled Photo
by Vincenzo Sciumè
22 comments, 711 views
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Untitled Photo
by Vincenzo Sciumè
23 comments, 1164 views
Foto
Test 1
by Vincenzo Sciumè
14 comments, 1254 views  
HI RES 3.8 MP

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Coral Sunset-Peony.
by Larry Zavitz
38 comments, 582 views


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Verbasci cucullia caterpillar
by Vincenzo Sciumè
17 comments, 466 views  
HI RES 3.8 MP

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Untitled Photo
by Ltsuper61
9 comments, 937 views
Foto
Young Lycosa wise
by Ringhio
36 comments, 1300 views  
HI RES 13.5 MP

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Autumn Flow, Inc.
by Francesco Tavani
21 comments, 1438 views
Foto
Untitled Photo
by Vincenzo Sciumè
20 comments, 353 views  
HI RES 13.5 MP

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A nice staircase
by Pier Mario
12 comments, 2498 views  
HI RES 9.4 MP


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