The EOS R, Canon's first full-frame mirrorless camera, was revolutionary for photographers and filmmakers. This was joined by the Canon EOS RP, which puts the power of full-frame mirrorless into a small, lightweight body, ideal for amateur photographers who are ready to take their photography to the next level.
Newer additions to the Canon EOS R System range set new standards in full-frame mirrorless photography and filmmaking. The EOS R6 is a hybrid camera capable of capturing incredible images and 4K video in low light, while the EOS R5 combines 45MP high-resolution stills and future-proof 8K movie recording.
The flagship camera in the range, the Canon EOS R3, brought a host of innovations. These include a stacked, back-illuminated sensor that enables 30fps continuous shooting, an astonishing Eye Control AF system that sets or switches the AF point by detecting what you're looking at, and low-light AF sensitivity to -7.5EV.
As well as new cameras, the range of RF lenses continues to grow. These include the RF 5.2mm F2.8L Dual Fisheye, Canon's innovative dual lens for 180° VR capture, as well as the ultra-wide RF 14-35mm F4L IS USM zoom lens and the RF 100mm F2.8L Macro IS USM lens for macro photography. There are also new super telephoto lenses: the RF 400mm F2.8L IS USM and RF 600mm F4L IS USM.
So is one of the Canon EOS R System cameras right for you? Does the EOS R System offer better image quality than a DSLR? Can you use your existing lenses and accessories? We put 12 frequently asked questions to Canon Europe Senior Product Specialist Mike Burnhill.
- What is a full-frame camera, and what advantages does full-frame offer?
- What is a mirrorless camera, and what advantages does mirrorless offer?
- When looking at the EOS R6's low-light performance, what does -6.5EV mean?
- Does the EOS R System offer better image quality than a DSLR?
- Should I buy an EOS R System camera or a DSLR?
- Can I use my existing lenses, flashes and accessories with EOS R System cameras?
- Are there limitations to shooting video?
- What's the point of shooting 8K video with the EOS R5 when hardly anyone has an 8K TV?
- Why are there different types of multi-function controller on different EOS R System models?
- Why do some EOS R System cameras have two card slots and not others?
- Why did Canon decide to introduce in-body image stabilisation in the EOS R5 and EOS R6?
- What are the key differences between the cameras in the EOS R System range?