When it shows up, the R3 is guaranteed to be an “outstanding complement” to the two super-telephoto zooms also announced today for the RF mount: the RF400mm f/2.8 L IS USM and RF600mm f/4 L IS USM. Canon promises that it will “usher in a brand-new category to the EOS R system” and that it will put terrific emphasis on “exceptional autofocus performance and speed, with fast-moving topics.”
Canon has announced the development of a brand-new professional-focused mirrorless camera called the EOS R3, which will sit between the 1dx and the r5 series. Built for speed, it will feature the first full-frame backside-illuminated CMOS sensor established by Canon.
Canon did not make any note of the expected resolution of the brand-new backside-illuminated sensor, the expected release date, nor the price, but states that more details on the cam will be offered when it officially introduces.
Mentioning autofocus, the R3 will utilize the autofocus technologies found in both the R5 and R6, consisting of Canons body and eye-detection, however improved to work even better during action-type shooting thanks to Deep Learning technology. In addition, Canon states that the EOS R3s subject detection AF will offer brand-new recognizable subjects for its AF system, which it states will reinforce its focusing capabilities during difficult shooting conditions.
Canon does specify that constant shooting speed might decrease depending on the lens utilized and in various shooting conditions, nevertheless.
Canon likewise says that the electronic viewfinder (EVF) will feature the ability to select the preliminary area for AF tracking simply by taking a look at the viewfinder. Called Eye Control AF, it can integrate with Servo AF to focus and track moving subjects at a particular area in the frame simply by determining where your eye is looking at any provided time. While the feature will not always work with specific sunglasses, mirror sunglasses, tough contact lenses, or bifocal eyeglass lenses, the principle will allow the electronic camera to see what youre taking a look at and actively change autofocus to prioritize what you are seeing and work in tandem with your vision.
The camera, which features what is considered to be a professionally-oriented constructed in-battery grip discovered on Canons 1-series DSLRs, is being designed to meet “reliability and sturdiness demands of professionals even when working in challenging conditions.”
. As noted, the EOS R3 will include Canons first-ever full-frame backside-illuminated sensor that it designed in-house which the company assures will supply significantly faster readout speeds during still-imaging recording. Additionally, faster readout speeds indicate less rolling shutter distortion when the electronic camera is catching images with the electronic shutter, which Canon says the R3 will have the ability to do at approximately 30 frames per second with full-time Dual Pixel CMOS autofocus active and vehicle exposure.
If that feature sounds familiar, its due to the fact that this is not the first camera into which Canon has implemented autofocus control that tracks the photographers eye. For fans of Canon video cameras dating back to the late 90s, seeing the company reestablish a once-loved electronic camera line is particularly interesting.
The development of the Canon EOS R3 and the launch of the new RF lenses are the most current testimony to the companys commitment to expert still and video image and content developers. When the electronic camera appears, it will combine well with each of the new RF lenses revealed today. Canon is excited to share this news today, and we anticipate seeing the images caught with the brand-new RF lenses and upcoming EOS R3.
-Tatsuro “Tony” Kano, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Imaging Technologies and Communications Group, Canon U.S.A
As noted, the EOS R3 will include Canons first-ever full-frame backside-illuminated sensor that it created internal and that the company assures will offer substantially quicker readout speeds during still-imaging recording. Additionally, faster readout speeds suggest less rolling shutter distortion when the electronic camera is recording images with the electronic shutter, which Canon says the R3 will be able to do at up to 30 frames per second with full-time Dual Pixel CMOS autofocus active and car exposure.
The Canon EOS R3 will feature a brand-new, single-piece video camera body with an integrated vertical grip section, weather and dust resistance equivalent to the 1-series DSLRs, and deal with a new iOS and Android Mobile File Transfer application that Canon will launch together with the electronic camera.
If that feature sounds familiar, its since this is not the very first cam into which Canon has actually carried out autofocus control that tracks the professional photographers eye. Originally released in 1998, the similarly-named Canon EOS-3 was a high-end SLR that originated a couple of innovative features including Eye Control Focus, now rebranded Eye Control AF in the R3. For fans of Canon electronic cameras going back to the late 90s, seeing the business reintroduce a once-loved camera line is especially amazing.