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New rumor: Specifications for the EOS R entry level camera

A new rumor surfaced today about the possible specifications for the upcoming EOS R entry level camera, what we're calling the EOS RP for now.  This is all rumor at this time, with little confirmation.

Canon will announce this camera up with up to 8 RF lenses for $1300.   We, with Canon Rumors are hoping Canon is this aggressive with the pricing and the lens release schedule.

The rumor is suggesting the following specifications for the entry level EOS RP;

  • Camera weight is 400g, the lightest full-frame mirrorless camera ever
  • A side-articulated monitor and a comfortable grip
  • A new 24MP CMOS sensor. Expect the performance similar to EOS R
  • No Touch Bar and top monitor but an extra dial
  • 5FPS
  • Standard ISO 100-40000
  • Eye AF now supports Servo AF and Video AF
  • Dual Pixel AF speed is 0.05 sec.
  • USB-C and headphone jack are available. Battery charging while shooting is
  • supported
  • Canon Log, HDMI clean output, and 1.56x 4K crop
  • Price is about $1300USD for body

The specifications look pretty realistic especially Canon bundles it with a lower resolution EVF.  The rumor also suggests that the "grip" mentioned by Nokishita, the EG-BG1 is a small 1cm grip that you can add for better grip and handling. 

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