Pro-level mirrorless cameras have been Sony’s recreation for years, however now Canon has come to play with the EOS R, a full-frame entry into the way forward for slimmer, extra highly effective cameras.
Canon has put out mirrorless cameras earlier than with the M line, which had a smaller APS-C sensor, however the EOS R is its first with a full body, 30-megapixel CMOS sensor. It additionally has a brand-new RF lens mount to go along with it. All of those lenses have a management ring on them that may be personalized to settings reminiscent of ISO, shutter pace, aperture, and extra. But as a substitute of getting picture stabilization built-in into the digital camera, like Sony, Canon builds stabilization into the lenses themselves.
The EOS R makes use of the identical batteries as most of Canon’s DSLR cameras, and it has a brilliant comparable button structure to them, too. It’s clear that is Canon’s blueprint for what’s to come back in a line of many extra mirrorless cameras, together with the already rumored EOS R sequence digital camera with an APS-C sensor. It’s an ideal begin to a pro-level mirrorless system, however its video skills are missing. The digital camera has a 1.8x crop in 4K, is restricted to HD when taking pictures 120p, and there’s lag when triggering the document button.
I’m hopeful this technique is just going to get higher, however for now I’ll persist with my A7s II.