Canon EOS R3 is an upcoming high-end RF mount mirrorless camera to be released in sometime 2021 (Development announcement on April 14th). It will be compete with Sony a1 and Nikon Z9. Stay tuned for more info.
According to Petapixel, Canon told them that the image sensor of Canon EOS R3 is designed and made by Canon, not previous rumored made by Sony. Canon EOS R3 is expected to be released in later this year.
Canon today has announced more details about upcoming EOS R3 high-end full frame mirrorless camera. EOS R3 will shoot Raw bursts at 30 fps. When used with compatible RF lenses, its in-body stabilization can reduce shake by up to eight stops. Autofocus has been enhanced over current EOS R models, with improved face/eye/head and animal detection, plus new car and motorcycle tracking capabilities. Canon says that the R3 will be able to focus at light levels as low as -7EV. The R3 will be able to capture oversampled 4K, with support for Canon Log3 and Raw internal recording.
The US price for EOS R3 body is rumored to be $5,999, the release date for Canon EOS R3 is expected later this year.
Nokishita has leaked first product images of upcoming Canon EOS R3 full frame mirrorless camera. As rumored before, EOS R3 will be released in later this year, with a launch price at $5,999. Stay tuned for more info.
Several weeks ago, Canon has announced the development of EOS R3 with no price or specs info. Now according to latest rumors on CR, the US price for EOS R3 body will be a bit cheaper than Sony a1 and EOS-1D X Mark III, both are priced at $6,499.
Canon recently has announced the development of EOS R3, a high-end/Pro RF mount mirrorless camera from Canon. Recently, PhotoWebExpo has a chance to interview with Canon Russia, and confirmed that Canon EOS R3 is not the flagship RF mount mirrorless camera.
As already rumored before, the upcoming Canon’s high megapixel full frame mirrorless camera EOS R3/R5S is expected to be announced in later 2020, and release date in early 2021. Now according to CR, this camera now in testing by a small group of Canon photographers.