Candid & street
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Candid & street

For those wandering the streets of an unfamiliar city and looking to document their surroundings, the EOS RP again makes a fine option... in a pinch. The flip-out articulating screen encourages waist-level shooting, but makes for a wider – and more conspicuous – overall package than a screen that simply tilts. And you'll need to pay careful attention to lens selection to keep the overall size of the package down.

The EOS RP also has a fairly quiet shutter, which is great for those looking to avoid attracting to much attention. Unfortunately, while there is a completely silent electronic shutter option, the read-out speed of the sensor – how quickly it can scan the scene in front of you – is very slow, meaning you'll almost certainly get rolling shutter artifacts, showing up as slanted verticals in your images. You also get limited control over your exposure in that mode.

Photo by Carey Rose