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Dustin Abbott revisits the EOS R - and buys one
Dustin Abbott takes another look at the EOS R a year later and after using it, and after all the firmware updates Canon has done over the past year, decides it's a worthy camera, and purchases one.
Canon has continued to support the EOS R and expand it’s capabilities via firmware. This includes vastly improved Eye AF real-time tracking (which now lags only behind Sony but is better than any other alternative), reduces the latency between autofocus and display, and added the inclusion of an intervalometer and ability to create time-lapse movies in camera. Beyond that, Canon has also started to deliver on what was clearly the greatest strength of the platform – the new RF mount and all its potential. While the bargain lenses for the RF mount are still few (though thankfully some third party support has started to come), Canon has delivered a number of their very best lenses yet on the RF mount.
Now is also a really good time to purchase an EOS R, with instant savings of $500.
- 30.3MP Full-Frame CMOS Sensor
- DIGIC 8 Image Processor
- UHD 4K30 Video; C-Log & 10-Bit HDMI Out
- Dual Pixel CMOS AF, 5655 AF Points
The first step in Canon's mirrorless evolution, the EOS R pairs a redeveloped lens mount and updated full-frame image sensor for a unique and sophisticated multimedia camera system. Revolving around the new RF lens mount, the EOS R is poised to be the means from which to make the most of a new series of lenses and optical technologies.
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