The Canon EOS R has been out for a while now, with newer mirrorless cameras from the company offering updated feature sets, but it still sits as a decent all-around full frame camera at an affordable price. This great video review takes a look at how it holds up over the long run.
Coming to you from Photo Tom, this excellent video review discusses how the Canon EOS R holds up after a year of usage. When the EOS R first came out, I did not find it to be a particularly great value, but now that its price has come a bit, especially on the used market, where you can get it for a little over $1,000, I think it is a great entry point into the full frame mirrorless world, especially since with an EF-EOS R adapter, you can easily leverage an existing Canon EF lens library. On top of that, it uses a very similar sensor to that found in the 5D Mark IV, and I have always been very fond of that one, especially for its colors. Certainly, the EOS R6 and R5 have leapt well ahead of the original EOS R, but at a low price, the EOS R still has a place as an affordable full frame body or backup camera. Check out the video above for the full rundown.