Canon reveals more details about their new flagship R3

Canon keeps teasing new details about the EOS-R3. Here is their latest press text and below you can find some youtubers take:

Canon Announces Additional Details of EOS R3 Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera Currently In-Development

Following up on the announcement of the development of Canon’s most powerful professional full-frame camera, the EOS R3, Canon has new details to share on the upcoming product.

The upcoming EOS R3 will offer enhanced AF performance and tracking capabilities using Deep Learning technology, with even better face, eye, head, and animal body detection. The EOS R3 will add vehicle subject recognition and tracking for cars and motorcycles, ideal for photographers capturing fast-action motorsports.

The EOS R3 will be able to autofocus in extreme low light conditions up to EV-7, along with up to eight stops of coordinated IS control when used with RF lenses that feature Optical Image Stabilization. Users of the upcoming EOS R3 will be able to shoot 4K video with Canon Log 3 support, oversampled 4K, and RAW movie internal recording.

For added flexibility and the necessary support for high-speed image transfer, the EOS R3 will have Wired LAN and 5GHz Wi-Fi capability built-in. The new accessory shoe will provide further options for data communication and power while also supporting new accessories. In addition, the use of Canon Speedlite products will still be possible when the EOS R3’s electronic shutter is active.

Additional Specifications Include:

Dual-card slots: 1 CF Express, 1 SD.
LP-E19 battery
Magnesium-Alloy body
Vari-angle touch LCD monitor
Multi and smart controller equipped

Look out for additional updates on the EOS R3 in advance of the official announcement, and if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.

Olympic postponement accelerated the push towards professional mirrorless sports camera development

DankeiBZ talked to Canon-Nikon-Sony managers. All three companies basically share the same vision:

– Mirrorless cameras can now do everything that high end DSRL cameras were capable of doing
– The Olympic postponement accelerated the push to create mirrorless cameras for sports photographers
– “Nikon will proceed with product development for medium- and high-end models, and plans to release the corresponding super-telephoto lens.

Darren Miles: Does SIZE Matter?!? Sensor Size Shootout! – M43 vs APS-C vs Full Frame vs. Medium Format

Darren write:

I always wanted to compare the same subject at the same field of view on multiple camera systems – well, I finally did it and I’m sharing with you. Does the size of the sensor matter? Or is the right camera in the skilled hands of a creative professional more important? I think you already know the answer, but the image quality results surprised me.