Canon has released its newest whole-frame mirrorless camera the Canon EOS R3 along with two new RF lenses in India. The two new RF lenses include the RF100-400mm f/5.6-8 IS USM and the RF16 mm f/2.8 STM primary lens.
The business introduced the EOS R3 globally on September 14 and it is the most powerful mirrorless camera Canon has manufactured so significantly, and sits in concerning the scaled-down Canon EOS R5 and Canon EOS 1D X Mark III DSLR – whilst in truth it is the mirrorless successor to the latter.
India price and availability
The Canon EOS R3 has been priced at Rs 4,99,995 for just the human body and is envisioned to be obtainable for gross sales in India by November conclude this year. When the two the Canon RF100-400 mm and Canon RF16mm are envisioned to be accessible for product sales in India by October this yr and will be priced at Rs 58,995 and Rs 26,995 respectively.
Canon EOS R3: Specs and functions
The Canon EOS R3 will come with a stacked sensor with a 24.1MP resolution. The EOS R3 is generally a sports and wildlife digicam and this is an improve about the 20.1MP Canon EOS 1D X Mark III.
The EOS R3 functions Canon’s very first ‘stacked’ chip which is a style and design which has been pioneered by Sony cameras like the Sony A9 II. The EOS R3 has a claimed 30fps taking pictures speeds, but also its lightning rapid maximum shutter pace of 1/64000th of a second. Canon has also confirmed that the EOS R3’s electronic shutter can be synced with external flashes (up to 1/250th of a 2nd).
Besides capturing oversampled 4K online video and supporting Canon Log 3 feature, the EOS R3 can shoot 6K/60p raw video clip internally with the selection of capturing in its CRM (Cinema Uncooked Gentle) structure. It also has a 5.76-million dot EVF with a .76x magnification and a greatest refresh fee of 120fps.
The rear screen of the R3 has 4.15-million dot resolution, which is practically two times the resolution of the Canon EOS R5’s rear display. Canon has also launched a Multi Functionality Shoe with EOS R3 which allows higher-velocity, two-way knowledge transfer involving the camera and appropriate components. And the initially new companions for the EOS R3 are a Directional Stereo Microphone (DM-E1D) and Speedlite Transmitter (ST-E10). Both of those of these attract electric power from the digicam instead than needing to be charged independently, and the ST-E10 allows you to remotely command many radio Speedlite flashes.
The EOS R3 can strike highest burst speeds of 30fps with full AE/AF tracking when shooting 14-little bit raw data files, an outstanding skill that’s no doubt been unlocked by that new stacked sensor.