Canon EOS-R Mirrorless Camera
Pre-order starts September 12th at 12:01 EST.
NEW - Canon EOS-R MIRRORLESS CAMERA HIGHLIGHTS AT A GLANCE
- New RF Mirrorless Mount
- New Dual-Pixel CMOS AF to 88% Hor. and 100% Vert. of entire frame
- New ISO 100-40,000
- New 30.3 Effective MP in Mirrorless R body
- New 5,655 manually Selectable Focus Points, compatible to f8 and f11
- New AF in Low-Light to EV -6. Fast .0.05 performance
- New 4K/30P and Canon log
- Compatible with Canon EF and EF-S lenses via adapter (sold-separately)
USHERING IN A NEW GENERATION OF CANON EOS FULL FRAME CAMERAS
Marking a new chapter in the history of EOS, the EOS R system is built for imagemakers who demand high-performance capture, a full-frame sensor and excellent ergonomics. A 54mm diameter lens mount enables RF lenses to have large rear elements, while a mirrorless design brings them closer to the sensor for bright, sharp and compact lens designs. A 12 pin electronic connection delivers fast communication between the camera and the lens, facilitating a versatile and powerful system. Plus, with a variety of mount adapter options, it’s easy to incorporate your EOS R system into an EOS system and expand your creative opportunities.
ALL-NEW Canon RF Mirrorless Mount
At the heart of the EOS R system lies the amazing RF mount. It’s newly designed to deliver the ideal combination of speed, durability and flexibility in optical design for excellent performance and future system expansion, plus compatibility with EF and EF-S lenses*.
The large 54mm diameter RF Mount and decreased distance between the rear lens element and sensor enable a compelling combination of image quality, performance and compact lens design. The new RF mount retains the same, large 54mm diameter as the current Canon EF mount, but thanks to the EOS R camera’s mirrorless structure, the rear lens element can be much closer to the image plane. This combination opens up a number of possibilities. The rear element of RF lenses can be larger in diameter, improving image quality at the corners and outer edges of the frame. Larger rear elements mean front elements can be smaller, meaning less strong refracting and bending of light rays within the lens, enhancing optical performance. Most importantly, the EOS R system opens the door to the future. It unlocks more freedom and flexibility in lens designs, allowing faster lenses with increased optical performance in more compact forms than before.
Full-frame sensors excel in low light, as their physical size helps ensure high light sensitivity. This means superb, clean and detailed images at high ISOs, plus impressive handheld performance in a variety of situations.