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Header image for article At the Bench: First Look at the Canon EOS R

At the Bench: First Look at the Canon EOS R

Following our previous blog post introducing the new Canon EOS R full format mirrorless still and video camera, I dive a little deeper into some of the video-centric aspects of the camera.

These include the new RF lens mount, menus and shooting modes, output formats, and some amazing new autofocus features. Watch my video for much more, and stay tuned for updates as we explore Canon's new ecosystem!

Jeff Lee
Director of Education, AbelCine

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Canon has announced their entry into the full format (aka full frame) mirrorless camera market with the EOS-R. The EOS-R represents a new chapter in Canon’s lineup of video-focused still and motion cameras. Sandwiched between the traditional, mirror box-based EF-mount EOS cameras (such as the 5D Mark IV, 7D Mark II and others) and Canon’s purpose-built motion cameras from the Cinema EOS line (C200, C300 Mark II and C700/FF), the EOS-R presents a compact, highly capable body for both stills and motion using a new full format 30.3MP sensor similar in specification to the 5D Mark IV. The camera body also features a 3.69M dot EVF and articulating LCD touchscreen.
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