A Review of the Canon EOS R3 Mirrorless Camera

The Canon EOS R3 has some of the most advanced capabilities and features the company has ever put in a camera, making it an appealing option for a wide range of creatives, particularly sports and wildlife photographers. This great video review takes a look at the camera and the sort of performance and image quality you can expect from it in the field. 

Coming to you from Jan Wegener, this great video review takes a look at the Canon EOS R3 mirrorless camera. With a built-in grip and high-level features, it is clear Canon intends the EOS R3 to be a professional's body. Some of its most notable features include:

  • 24.1-megapixel backside-illuminated sensor
  • Blackout-free shooting
  • 6K 60p raw video 4K 120p 10-bit video with no crop
  • In-body image stabilization offering up to eight stops of compensation
  • 30 fps full-resolution continuous burst rate
  • Eye-controlled autofocus and Deep Learning Technology 

Perhaps the one drawback of the EOS R3, particularly as opposed to the Sony a1 and Nikon Z 9, is its relatively low resolution, but I expect the eventual EOS R1 flagship to feature a higher-resolution sensor. Check out the video above for Wegener's full thoughts on the EOS R3. 

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