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Canon EOS R3 appears in more certifications
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Canon EOS R3 appears in more certifications

Canon continues to push with certifications for the EOS R3 as it nears its official release date.

Nokishita is reporting that the EOS R3 (DS126858) has entered certification in Taiwan. Nokishita also notes that Canon may have up to 5 different models with various frequencies.

One curious note is that there is only one Canon camera right now going through certifications, which means it may be a while before we see another camera body from Canon.

What we currently know about the EOS R3 that is expected to be announced this September.

  • 24mp BSI Stacked Sensor
  • Multi-Controller & Smart Controller
  • Fully articulating touch screen
  • NEW accessory shoe
  • Wifi 5GHz
  • High speed 30fps electronic shutter with AF/AE tracking + RAW shooting at this speed
  • AF down to -7.0 EV
  • 8 Stops Coordinated Control IS with Optical IS and In-Body IS
  • 4K Canon Log3​
  • Oversampling 4K
  • Internal RAW video
  • Inclusion of cars and motorbikes in AF tracking technology
  • RAW internal movie recording
  • Speedlite shooting with electronic shutter
  • The same weather sealing as the EOS-1D series
  • LP-E19 Battery
  • Dual card slot SD & CFExpress
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