Once announced at the end of May, Canon will officially launch its brand new EOS R10 mirrorless camera. Extending the popular R line of cameras, the R10 is the first to use a 24MP APS-C sensor as a low-end option. The R7 was announced around the same time, but it’s expected to launch later this year and is one notch above the R10 launching today.
The all-new Canon EOS R10 mirrorless camera is the new entry-level model in the R series with a 24MP APS-C image sensor and Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology that allows the camera to shoot at up to 15 FPS with the display. mechanical shutter (23 FPS with electronic shutter). This sleek camera emphasizes “portability without sacrificing capability” with the feature set built into the R10, making it adept in both the worlds of photography and video. The camera’s 24MP resolution is great for those just starting out taking pictures with improved quality over your phone’s camera while also allowing for 4K recording. The same image processor from the R3 is used here to support high-speed tasks such as continuous shooting with autofocus and per-frame pre-exposure reading.
You’ll be able to frame your photos and videos using the 2.36m-dot OLED electronic viewfinder with 120Hz refresh rate creating “real motion realism” or the 3-inch LCD touchscreen can change angle with this screen has a resolution of 1.03m-dot with this screen is the best choice for video recording or even taking selfies. Like all R series cameras, the R10 uses an RF lens mount system with full backward compatibility with EF lenses when you use the EF-EOS R Mount Adapter. When it comes to 4K video recording , you can shoot at 60p using a cropped portion of the sensor, or at 30p with a camera that uses a large sampled 6K recording area for improved “sharpness, reduced moiré, and lower noise” for a Better overall quality.
Availability of Canon EOS R10
The all-new Canon EOS R10 mirrorless camera will ship today with three main options to choose from: body only, 18-45mm lens pack, and 18-150mm lens pack. If you just want to pick up the camera and use the lens you already have, the body can be $979. The 18-45mm lens pack will get you started with a separate RF mount lens for $1,099 and 18-150mm lens pack for $1,379. For those who want to use their existing EF lenses with their new R series cameras, you can choose an adapter for $99. Head below for links to retailers where you can order your new Canon EOS R10 today.
If you’re looking to jump into the world of photography or are already using a Canon DSLR and are looking for the next step, the EOS R10 is a great choice. This camera will work great for most people and may even be valuable to professionals who may want an extra camera to carry around.
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