Sony has been stomping all over Canon and Nikon with their full-frame mirrorless cameras, which calls for retaliation. Nikon’s answer was their Z6 and Z7 models, and now Canon enters the game with their EOS R full-frame mirrorless camera.
The 30.3-megapixel model has an astounding 5,655 AF points with 88% vertical and 100% horizontal coverage so you can snap crisp pictures effortlessly. With the combination of a ‘DIGIC’ 8 image processor and dual-pixel autofocus, featuring built-in eye tracking similar to Sony’s A7 camera, the EOS R is a force to be reckoned with in the mirrorless camera game. It can even focus down to -6EV, which is extremely dark. The EOS R supports video recording up to 4K at 30fps or full HD at 60fps to satisfy those who want to capture wild adventures in motion. Canon’s EOS R Mirrorless Camera is a late response to Sony and Nikon; they weren’t focused on being the first, but rather the best. The camera will hit shelves next month.