While Canon's RF mirrorless lenses have generally been receiving stellar reviews, the response to their camera bodies has been decidedly more mixed. However, their cameras are sometimes known for certain usability perks and other intangibles that the spec sheets can't capture, and this great video review focuses on how those come together to make or break the EOS R over the course of six months with it.
Coming to you from our friends over at SLR Lounge, this helpful video review takes a long-term look at the Canon EOS R and how it holds up to professional use. The EOS R was met with a relatively disappointed response based on its spec sheet upon its announcement, but Canon loyalists will often point to things like color science and the company's menu system when justifying why they stick with the brand over others. Of course, there's also the RF mount's stellar glass and the ability to adapt EF lenses, often with better autofocus performance than if they were on an EF body. All of this means that while the EOS R is certainly not the perfect camera, it is the right camera for a lot of photographers. Check out the video above to find out if it's the right one for you.