Canon EOS R Mirrorless Full Frame Camera w/ RF24-105mm F4-7.1 IS STM Lens Kit, Vlogging Camera 4K, Content Creator Camera, Wi-Fi, 30.3 MP…

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Canon EOS R Mirrorless Full Frame Camera w/ RF24-105mm F4-7.1 IS STM Lens Kit, Vlogging Camera 4K, Content Creator Camera, Wi-Fi, 30.3 MP…
Canon EOS R Mirrorless Full Frame Camera w/ RF24-105mm F4-7.1 IS STM Lens Kit, Vlogging Camera 4K, Content Creator Camera, Wi-Fi, 30.3 MP…

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Canon EOS R Mirrorless Full Frame Camera w/ RF24-105mm F4-7.1 IS STM Lens Kit, Vlogging Camera 4K, Content Creator Camera, Wi-Fi, 30.3 MP… Prices

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Description

  • RF Mount Compatible with RF Lenses and EF/EF-S Lenses
  • 30.3 Megapixel Full-frame CMOS Sensor and DIGIC 8 Image Processor
  • Dual Pixel CMOS AF with 5,655 Manually Selectable AF Points
  • 4K 30p with Canon Log and 10-bit 4: 2: 2 HDMI Output
  • Use the EOS Utility Webcam Beta Software (Mac and Windows) to turn your Canon Camera into a high-quality webcam, or do the same using a clean HDMI output
  • Mounting Type: Bayonet
  • Video Capture Resolution: 4K UHD 2160p

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Specification: Canon EOS R Mirrorless Full Frame Camera w/ RF24-105mm F4-7.1 IS STM Lens Kit, Vlogging Camera 4K, Content Creator Camera, Wi-Fi, 30.3 MP…

Product Dimensions

3.3 x 5.3 x 3.9 inches

Item Weight

3.08 pounds

Item model number

3075C033

Batteries

1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

Date First Available

May 28, 2020

Manufacturer

Canon USA

Country of Origin

Japan

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for Canon EOS R Mirrorless Full Frame Camera w/ RF24-105mm F4-7.1 IS STM Lens Kit, Vlogging Camera 4K, Content Creator Camera, Wi-Fi, 30.3 MP…

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  1. Jay T

    I’ve only had it for a couple of days, but I’m really liking this camera. The kit zoom is great – better than the EF 24-105 L. Adapted Canon glass works perfectly. Touch screen controls (ie, AF) are super fast – no lag. Jpegs sooc look great. I havent had time to mess with the Raw files in Lightroom, so not sure about dynamic range, etc. Been shooting some 4K with an adapted Canon EF 24mm (2.8 IS) and it really looks good. The EFS 10-18 looks surprisingly good, too – and is a good way to work around the crop. Played both 4k and 1080 videos straight to a 4k tv, and the unedited videos looked great.

    One thing I don’t like – the mode dial. Switching back and forth between photo and video is cumbersome. I’m getting used to it, but it’s just not a good way to switch. Same goes for switching between shooting modes.

    I’m “meh” about the the function bar. I have it set for adjusting audio in video, and scrolling for playback. The bar would be more useful if we could use it with the mode dial. For example, push the mode dial, and then use the bar to switch between photo/video.

    A surprise – the USB C is great! If you have a USB C charger or power pack with PD, it will charge the camera. Same goes for a Macbook Pro power brick.

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  2. Prabh Deol

    The camera wasn’t as sharp as others in the same price range. It’s a waste of money!

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  3. RS

    My apologies up front for the length of this review. Let me start off by stating I purchased the EOS R (w/RF 24-105mm f/4 L IS USM and control ring adapter) directly from Canon since I am able to receive a very nice discount through work. I am also a very dedicated enthusiast photographer learning every day. Just stating my observations and opinions – I hope this review helps you in your decision to purchase or not to purchase an EOS R.

    I am very glad the EOS R eco-system came out when it did since I was already considering moving up from my EOS 80D DSLR (APS-C sensor) to a full-frame (FF) sensor DSLR like the EOS 6D Mark II or 5d Mark IV. So, this purchase/upgrade made perfect sense for me and my video/photography styles since I already wanted to upgrade anyways and I am also heavily invested already in the Canon EOS eco-system with Canon EF/EF-S lenses, Canon Speedlites and accessories like SD cards and the LP-6N battery (which both the 80D and R bodies use for their battery). BTW – my 430EX III-RT Speedlite works great on the EOS R while some other mirrorless systems cannot use their older speedlights.

    Just one minor issue using a Speedlite with Auto ISO set in Av, Tv, or Fv modes. The ISO does not drop below 1600 if first looking at a dark scene where the ISO goes above 1600 – the Auto ISO will only come back down to 1600 – no lower. If looking at a brighter scene that is below ISO 1600, the Auto ISO adjusts just fine with a speedlite. Auto ISO, with a Speedlite, should drop the ISO to 100-800 depending on the amount of light, Aperture and Shutter speeds, etc. Canon will probably fix this in its next firmware update.

    Price and performance wise, the EOS R falls right between the 2 FF DSLRs that I was considering anyways. For my lens collection, all of the following lenses will work great on the EOS R (with an adapter) – fantastic job Canon!

    – Canon EF 70-200mm f/4 L IS II USM
    – Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 L Macro IS USM
    – Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM
    – Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS II USM (nano USM)
    – Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM (nano USM)
    – Yes, I know a lot of redundancy, but I really like zoom/telephoto lenses and compression in my shots
    – I also got “L” lens fever after purchasing the EF 100mm f/2.8 L Macro IS USM

    So, on to the negatives of the EOS R: a.) no In-Body Image Stabilization (IBIS), b.) no 2nd card slot and c.) cropped 4k video. These features do not really matter to me since these are not on my priority list for my video/photo shooting style or my work flow in processing videos/images.

    Answer a.) in my opinion, lens stabilization work better than IBIS, but still would have been nice for lenses without built-in stabilization. Answer b.) a 2nd card slot would have been nice, but I just honestly don’t care either way. Answer c.) If I ever feel the burning need to be a vlogger, I will purchase the EF-S 10-18mm STM lens for around $250-$300 bucks, since they will both be cropped together, otherwise cropped 4k video or full 1080P is fine for my types of video work.

    Now on to the positives of the EOS R. One of my wishes came true with the RF 24-105mm f/4 L IS USM – first “L” lens with nano USM motors – a HUGE plus! Canon heard its customers! Based off my experiences with the nano USM lenses listed and the new RF 24-105 F/4L, the nano USM motors are blazing fast for auto-focusing and dead silent. The USM motors are fast and silent too, but definitely not as fast nor as silent as the nano USM motors. So, using a nano USM lens, along with the silent shooting mode from the EOS R, this makes for a great combo doing video work and/or for taking photographs in places where you do not want sounds coming from your camera (weddings, funerals, churches, school functions, etc.)!

    – Image quality – very nice WOW factor – all I can say here if you are already a Canon shooter the images are crisp, clean and impressive as always
    – Ergonomics – very nice – fits well in the hand just like a DSLR but a little smaller and lighter
    – Menu system – just like my 80D – very similar if you are already a Canon shooter – it will take me some time to get use to the slight differences though
    – Color Science – you get that great all around Canon color science – matches very nicely with my 80D
    – I absolutely LOVE the new 3rd Control ring and the fully articulated screen – just brilliant! Especially since I am so use to the fully articulated screen on the 80D.
    – Another HUGE plus with having a mirrorless camera – no more micro-adjusting lenses! YAY! WOOT! PARTY TIME!
    – Micro-adjusting lenses is a very time consuming and a very tedious process to get lenses correctly focused in, even using an automated tool like FoCal.
    – Having the new RF fast glass available to purchase and the drop-in circular polarizing/Variable ND filters (Behind the lens! No more purchasing different size filters for the front of the lenses!) – more huge pluses! The other companies with mirrorless cameras do not even come close to these new very fast aperture lenses and filter options.

    If you have read this far down into my review – then you must be seriously considering the EOS R/RF mount eco-system.

    In the end, I am just like a little kid at their birthday party or waking up the morning of Christmas – Very Excited and Very Happy All at the Same Time! Highly Recommended!

    Update #1: Added some photos.

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  4. Kenneth G. Nielsen

    I’ll say just a few words… if it were many, they would all be good. This is the first of a new future for Canon cameras… The EOS R camera operates flawlessly, the RF lenses are equally brilliant. Overall lighter weight. A new experience in image capture with the power to handle any professional task. A highly productive camera which produces a greater amount of useable images with superb depth and clarity. Highly Recommended!

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  5. Khilan

    Best camera I ever had.

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  6. smaruzzi

    Had the EOS R for few days, but only one shooting session so far. So, very preliminary impressions:
    – the new RF lenses seems a step ahead in usability, functions and performance
    – the control ring is clearly a great addition. The adapter with the control is almost indispensable if you start shooting with the EOS R and EF lenses
    – portability – size, weight and ergonomics – are excellent. Had to familiarize a little to the new button layout and slightly modify the grip, but overall feeling and maneuverability really great
    – Had some initial troubles configuring bluetooth connectivity to enable GPS, but all sorted out. I consider GPS coordinates to be an integral part of a photo experience
    – shot 700+ RAW photos in roughly 3 hrs, and drained the entire battery. Lesson learned: will always keep a spare one with me
    – need to familiarize with the focus system, but setting the Multi-Function bar to round robin all AF modes seem logical, natural and a no brainer after few minutes

    After some months I can confirm the first impression. Actually, from an ergonomic perspective I find the EOS R superlative, and the multi function bar extremely useful and an integral part of the overall experience. Looking forward for more RF lenses in the second half of 2019.

    I normally shoot with a Canon 5D mark iv and the Canon 1 D X mark II. I now consider the EOS R my first choice for travels, landscape, urban architecture and portraits.

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  7. Jason Leaman

    My very first Canon full frame, was hesitant, but very glad I bought it. Recommended!

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  8. fanoftheliving

    I am completely biased being a Canon user, but I really like this camera! I’ll address a couple of points that may make a difference for someone. 1. The control ring on the new lenses or the optional adapter for EF lenses is revolutionary. I have it set to exposure compensation. Awesome. 2. I don’t understand some of the negative reviews out there especially from dp review. What other camera maker makes lenses like these?? You can immediately adopt all of your EF lenses with no penalty, so the amount of lenses you have is tremendous. 3. No joystick. Just use the touch screen with your thumb – took a little while to get used to but works great. 4. Canon customer support is second to none. I’ve had to contact them on occasion, and it has always been a seamless experience. 5. Jsut bought a FD adapter – works great with FD lenses being that it is mirrorless. This is a tremendous camera.

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