Landscape
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Landscape

The EOS RP will do fine service as a landscape camera, in a pinch. It's relatively small and therefore easy to pack, is fairly well-built (but not extensively weather-sealed), and has reasonably large control points to make it easier to use with gloves. The articulating touchscreen is great for working on a tripod, and charging over USB-C somewhat mitigates the middling battery life. Plus, with the EF adapter, you gain access to a vast array of Canon lenses that range from affordable to exotic, to help you get just the angle you need out in the wilderness (or in the middle of the city, as above).

However, we again come back to the EOS RP's full-frame sensor. While 26MP of resolution is plenty for most people and most prints, the design of the sensor in the RP introduces far more electronic noise into your images than most other contemporary full-framers, limiting dynamic range. This isn't a problem if you primarily use JPEGs, but those who want to manipulate Raw files may find noise in shadow areas to be problematic.

Photo by Carey Rose