Canon EOS R3 will shoot 30 fps Raw bursts, with oversampled 4K and 8-stop IS
Canon has released additional details about its high-end EOS R3 mirrorless camera, which we expect will be shipping by the end of the year.
The Stacked CMOS sensor, which will have very fast readout, can 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.
We got our first look at the back of the camera, where you'll see a fully articulating touchscreen LCD (3.2" based on the image Canon has provided), and both Smart and Multi controllers. The R3 has both wired and wireless LAN support, dual card slots (CFexpress and SD) and a magnesium alloy body (of course). Its hot shoe provides power and communication for future products. The R3 will be able to use a Speedlite with the electronic shutter, a first for one of Canon's cameras.
The R3 uses the familiar LP-E19 battery, which is also used by the EOS-1D X III, and should deliver superior stamina to previous Canon mirrorless models.
That's all for now. Be sure to check out the slideshow linked below to find out everything we know about the R3.
What we know about the EOS R3Press release
Canon Announces Additional Details of EOS R3 Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera Currently In-Development
Following up on the announcement of the development of Canon’s most powerful professional full-frame camera, the EOS R3, Canon has new details to share on the upcoming product.
The upcoming EOS R3 will offer enhanced AF performance and tracking capabilities using Deep Learning technology, with even better face, eye, head, and animal body detection. The EOS R3 will add vehicle subject recognition and tracking for cars and motorcycles, ideal for photographers capturing fast-action motorsports.
The EOS R3 will be able to autofocus in extreme low light conditions up to EV-7, along with up to eight stops of coordinated IS control when used with RF lenses that feature Optical Image Stabilization. Users of the upcoming EOS R3 will be able to shoot 4K video with Canon Log 3 support, oversampled 4K, and RAW movie internal recording.
For added flexibility and the necessary support for high-speed image transfer, the EOS R3 will have Wired LAN and 5GHz Wi-Fi capability built-in. The new accessory shoe will provide further options for data communication and power while also supporting new accessories. In addition, the use of Canon Speedlite products will still be possible when the EOS R3’s electronic shutter is active.
Additional Specifications Include:
- Dual-card slots: 1 CF Express, 1 SD.
- LP-E19 battery
- Magnesium-Alloy body
- Vari-angle touch LCD monitor
- Multi and smart controller equipped
Look out for additional updates on the EOS R3 in advance of the official announcement, and if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.
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