Note, this appears to be a gray market camera. eBay seller 6ave has a positive feedback rating of 99.6% at the time of this post.
The Canon EOS R is a camera we’ve all been waiting to see for several years now. It’s a full frame mirrorless camera with a 30.3MP sensor, 4K video capture, and an all-new lens mount. So how does this new camera and system handle the hype and anticipation that’s been building for so long?
In short, it’s promising. [Read more…]
The Canon EOS R is a pretty great camera but it’s missing a couple of amenities. The built-in time-lapse movie mode is great if you want to have a finished 4K timelapse out of the camera as a video file. If you want to capture still images for later editing and assembly, however, you are out of luck with the in-camera options. [Read more…]
Sigma has released new information regarding compatibility of its lenses with the Canon EOS R.
I’ve posted the entire statement below; however, I wanted to note a little bit of anecdotal evidence on the topic. I’m currently testing the EOS R and have used it with the base EF adapter and Sigma lenses in my normal operating manner. Even with 15-year-old Sigma lenses, my results have been just fine. There may be some edge-case uses that I haven’t attempted yet that end up throwing me for a loop – but so far, so good.
Read on for the full compatibility notice from Sigma below. [Read more…]
The Canon EOS R appears that it will use a new mount, the RF mount, and it will require an adapter in order to use EF lenses with it, which is contrary to previous rumors and speculation. Inside, the camera features a 30.3MP full frame CMOS sensor along with Canon’s famous Dual Pixel AF system. [Read more…]