The Canon EOS R3 is a high-end full-frame mirrorless designed for sports, wildlife and photojournalism. It’s built around Canon’s RF mount and uses a 24MP Stacked CMOS sensor and a Digic X processor. The camera has a pro-level design with a built-in grip, and is as rugged as one would expect for its price. Photos can be composed on a 5.76M-dot ‘blackout-free’ HDR EVF or a high-resolution fully articulating touchscreen. The EVF has an optical viewfinder simulation mode that shows you the scene, rather than the expected output. It’s most interesting feature is Eye Control AF, which moves the focus point to the location in the viewfinder that you’re looking at.
The R3 uses Canon’s Dual Pixel AF system and can detect people, animals, and motorsports vehicles, and track them around the frame. The camera can shoot images at 30 fps (even Raw) using its electronic shutter.
Check out the Canon EOS R3 sample images below.
Official Canon EOS R3 Sample Images
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