When it comes to the kind of camera a wildlife photographer might choose, Canon's EOS RP is probably pretty far down the list. Nonetheless, with a sub-$1,000 price and the ability to take both Canon's new RF lenses and the existing library of EF lenses, it could be a great option for a lot of photographers on a budget. This excellent video will show you what you can expect when shooting with the EOS RP in the wilderness.
Coming to you from Brent Hall, this great video discusses Hall's experience using the Canon EOS RP for wildlife photography. The EOS RP might seem to miss a lot of the boxes a wildlife photographer needs checked, with specs such as a relatively middling maximum burst rate, but that does not mean it can't be used at all. However, one major box it checks is its affordable price, as it is the only current generation full frame mirrorless camera you can get for under $1,000. And while Canon certainly had to make some concessions to get to that price point, it is still a camera with plenty of capabilities that can produce excellent images in competent hands. Check out the video above for Hall's full thoughts.