Mirrorless cameras have become incredibly advanced in the last few years, but not all of us need top-shelf features in our primary or secondary bodies. For Canon shooters, the EOS RP offers full frame mirrorless at a very affordable price, and this great video review discusses why it is still a relevant body a few years after its release.
Coming to you from Jacek Sopotnicki, this excellent video review takes a look at the Canon EOS RP. The EOS RP was released back in 2019, but for under $1,000 new or even cheaper on the used market, it remains a great value and one of the cheapest ways to get into full frame mirrorless. One particular advantage is that Canon's mirrorless cameras work seamlessly with EF lenses via adapters, meaning you do not need to purchase new RF lenses if you would rather to continue to use your existing EF lens library. While Canon certainly had to make some cuts and adjustments to the body in order to get it to its price point, it is a great option as a backup camera or a primary device for someone who does not need more advanced features. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Sopotnicki.