First Canon Full Frame Mirrorless Camera is named Canon EOS R (Buy at B&H Photo Video/Amazon/Adorama/Focus Camera/WEX/ParkCamera) (30.3MP, DPAF, 4K Video, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth), officially announced on September 5th. Second Canon full frame mirrorless camera is already in testing, it will have a 26MP full frame sensor, to be released within 1 year.
Imaging-Resource has interviewed with high-level Canon engineering execs during the EOS RP (B&H Photo/Adorama/Amazon) launch. From the interview, Canon said that EOS R will also have Eye-AF feature via firmware update soon; The image sensor in EOS RP is same as in EOS 6D Mark II; the Pro/high-end EOS R body is coming, but will take time when everything right in the body.
Canon has announced the second full frame mirrorless camera EOS RP (B&H Photo/Adorama/Amazon). Same as EOS R, EOS RP has only one memory card slot, supports UHS-II memory cards. In order max use of EOS RP, for example shoot 4K video, a fast card is a must. Otherwise, you’ll miss most of your shots waiting for the buffer to clear. The best choice is to use the UHS-II memory cards. Currently, Sony, Lexar, SanDisk are produce UHS-II memory cards. Below are a list of top recommended UHS-II SD memory cards for Canon EOS RP full frame mirrorless camera. Read More »
Canon EOS RP (B&H Photo/Adorama/Amazon) will be available for pre-order online at 12:00 AM (midnight) on February 14th, 2019. Due to very low launch price, the demand of this camera seems very high, so you need to order ASAP to get shipped first. Pre-orders usually a bit earlier for some online stores than scheduled, so you can enter email below to get instantly notified.
The US price for Canon EOS RP now confirmed, the EOS RP body only costs $1,299 with free EG-E1 grip and mount adapter, you can check pre-order options at B&H Photo/Adorama/Amazon, and along with full specs of Canon EOS RP also leaked online. See the details below:
Canon has just released a new firmware update for Canon EOS R(B&H/Amazon/Adorama) full frame mirrorless camera today. The main change is “support for “continuous shooting” is available when “silent shutter” has been enabled.” See the details below: