Here Comes the Canon EOS R3: More Specs Emerge


Canon has made a few development announcements regarding the upcoming EOS R3, dropping some specs that underscore just what a powerful camera it will be. Still, there is a lot we do not know about the upcoming body, such as its resolution. However, Canon is planning to make the official announcement in just a few days, and we’ll soon know everything about the camera.

Canon Rumors is reporting¬†that the official announcement of the Canon EOS R3 is coming on June 29, 2021 and that the RF 14-35mm f/4L IS USM will be announced on the same day. Perhaps the most exciting rumor is that the camera will come with a 30.1-megapixel backside-illuminated sensor. Canon already announced the design of the sensor, but its resolution has been up in the air until now. While it wasn’t expected to be ultra-high resolution like EOS R5, I was certainly hoping it would be more than the 20 megapixels seen in the EOS R6. 30 megapixels seems to be a real sweet spot in modern cameras; it was an excellent balance in my 5D Mark IV. Of course, we’ll also see other features like 30 fps continuous bursts, internal raw video, advanced autofocus, 8 stops of image stabilization when coordinated with optical and in-body capabilities, and more. It will be quite exciting to see what Tuesday brings!¬†



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