Canon’s first full frame mirrorless camera. The EOS R features a breakthrough in mount technology for high optical performance. Capture movement in any light with the fastest, sharpest Canon lenses, hyperfast autofocus and a 30.3MP Full Frame CMOS sensor. Experience intuitive control with the feel and functionality.
The integration of tradition and innovation, EOS R is a camera that feels uniquely Canon at first touch, yet surprises with a clean modern design and intuitive new controls. RF lenses deliver unprecedented levels of sharpness and all feature Canon's new lens control ring for fast intuitive shooting.
Canon's Dual Pixel CMOS AF has been supercharged and combined with the new DiG!C 8 imaging processor to lock focus in as little as 0.05 sec with an astounding 5655 available AF point positions, increased frame coverage area of 100% vertical and 88% horizontal, eye detection AF and the ability to focus in the dark down to EV -6.
Experience a new level of intuitive design. All main dials and buttons on the EOS R are easily customizable to shoot your way and each RF lens features Canon's new lens control ring for fast control over your choice of aperture, shutter speed, ISO or exposure compensation.
The EOS R system is born from Canon's pursuit to create faster, sharper lenses for unrivaled image quality. Taking advantage of mirrorless design and new RF lens mount allows flexibility to engineer lenses that were previously not possible. A new dedicated RF lens range is complemented with compatibility to over 70 Canon EF and EF-S lenses via one of 3 lens adapters.
Capture cinematic 4K 30p movies with Canon Log and 10-bit output via HDMI in 4K with 4:2:2 compression for flexible editing and easy colour matching with Cinema EOS cameras.
Shoot multiple images quickly with up to 8 frames per second continuous shooting speed, allowing you to freeze the action to capture that perfect expression
When the camera detects a human face, it uses the subject’s eye as the autofocus point, perfect for portrait shooting with large-diameter lenses that require precise focus
The high resolution 2.1 million dot, 3.15” vari-angle LCD screen with full touch control, helps you find new angles, review images and control auto focus with ease
Full Frame CMOS (36.0 x 24.0)
Approx 8 frames per second
Yes / Yes
EV-6 to 18
3.15” Vari-angle LCD with approx. 2.1 million dots
3840 x 2160 (4K) 30p
3.69 million dot 0.5” OLED
Yes / Yes
100-40000 (L:50, H1: 51200, H2: 102400
Yes – 4K or FHD resolution
1x SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card UHS-II and UHS-I cards compatible.
Enjoy further enhances in eye detection AF performance and AF motion tracking performance, with the added ability to detect and focus on the eyes of subjects up to five times farther away on all R series cameras.Download now
Simply attach the adapter to your EOS R body and you'll be able to continue using your existing EF and EF-S lenses, with the added benefit of the Control Ring.
This L-series prime lens with a large f/1.2 maximum aperture features stunning edge-to-edge resolution and will broaden your possibilities in portrait shooting.
The Drop-in Filter Mount Adapter EF-EOS R is a world's first mount adapter equipped with a drop-in slot to accommodate an ND and PL filter.
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