A month ago Nikon declared the development of its highest-end mirrorless camera to date, and now Canon has reacted with the declaration of the EOS R3, which should fit in a similar bracket. The R3 is as yet being developed and details are thin, however obviously it’ll be situated over the EOS R5, which is presently Canon’s flagship mirrorless camera.
Like Nikon’s forthcoming Z9, the EOS R3 appears to be a hefty camera with an built-in vertical grip for shooting in portrait and landscape orientations. The body design and control layout is extensively like the EOS-1D X Mark III, Canon’s highest-end pro DSLR, and the body features dust and water resistance.
Group says the EOS R3 will be the first camera to utilize new 35mm full-frame stacked CMOS sensor with rear light, and its image processor and electronic shutter will consider 30fps shooting with AF and AE tracking. Group is promoting the EOS R3’s self-adjust capacities, as well. It’s the main computerized camera from the organization with eye-control AF, and a profound learning calculation has been utilized to improve recognition of human subjects from the torso up, which is said to help its challenging situations like sports photography.
Nothing else to it for subtleties from Canon; the company hasn’t given any detailed specs, not to mention a cost or a release date. In any case, along with Nikon’s Z9 and Sony’s new A1, the expert mirrorless camera wars are warming up — and the EOS R3’s name suggests Canon may have something much higher-end in the pipeline.