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New rumored specifications of the EOS Rs
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New rumored specifications of the EOS Rs

The EOS Rs, or whatever Canon will call the high resolution, more "professional" camera for the Canon RF mount, has been certainly appearing as a 2020 release.

We have known for a while now that Canon has been focusing on more professional cameras than the EOS R.  These cameras would most likely include at the minimum better weather-sealing, joystick, and dual card slots.

From Canon Rumors, we get some specifications from someone that claims to have used the EOS Rs prototype recently;

  • 75mp full-frame CMOS
  • Sensor “focused on the dynamic range”
  • Frames per second “… Sounded similar to the EOS R”
  • DIGIC 9
  • Dual Card Slots
  • Joystick the same as the EOS-1D X Mark III
  • Larger and higher resolution EVF than the EOS R
  • Fully articulating LCD screen
  • Fully weather-sealed
  • Similar ergonomics as the EOS R (No touch bar)

There's some information there that you wouldn't necessarily know from handling a prototype, such as DIGIC 9, or more weathersealing.  No mention of IBIS either, which I'm sure many would want or expect in this camera.

More to come over the next 1 to 2 months leading up to CP+ 2020 in Japan.


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