Canon EOS R3 is released with 24MP sensor, advanced focusing system and more

Canon recently announced the launch of the camera mirrorlass EOS R3, advanced model that comes to market with several advances compared to its predecessors, including improvements in hardware, changes in construction and advances in technology used in the device system, covering features aimed at capturing images and videos in different scenarios.

The EOS R3 is manufactured in a lighter and more robust magnesium alloy body housing the pivotable display touchscreen 3.2 inch LCD.



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The EOS R3 model has a sensor C24.1 megapixel backlit MOS developed by Canon itself that when combined with the processor state-of-the-art DIGIC X is capable of delivering high-speed readout and continuous shooting without the so-called ‘blackout’ effect at up to 30 fps on the electronic shutter.

This version also arrives with new technologies related to light entering the sensor, increasing the high sensitivity and efficiency in light capture with a native ISO range between 100 – 102,400, which can be expanded to 204,800 for still images, increasing the richness of details in night photography.

Turning to the software features, the company highlights that the new camera also has the structured learning technology that is also present in the EOS R5 and EOS E6 models, standing out for bringing the ‘Eye Control’ mode (Eye Control, in Portuguese) which allows the photographer to select the initial area for AF tracking just by looking at the viewfinder.

The recent launch also stands out for having RJ-45 input, GPS, Wi-Fi 5 Ghz and Bluetooth. Finally, it is noteworthy that the EOS R3 model has resistance against water and dust and has the same battery present in the 1D-X Mark III camera, DSLR version.

The launch of the EOS R3 sets a new benchmark for Canon’s EOS-line camera system. Canon listened carefully to feedback from professionals when developing a camera to meet its highest standards.”

Masahiro Sato,
President of Canon Brazil.

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