Canon Unveils EOS R7 & R10 APS-C Mirrorless Camera

Canon Unveils EOS R7 & R10

The EOS R7 and R10, the system’s first APS-C models, are being released by Canon as part of an expansion of its R Series mirrorless lineup.

The first R Series cameras with an APS-C sensor are the Canon EOS R7 and EOS R10, which B&H is happy to announce. These two cameras use the RF-S 18-45mm f/4.5-6.3 IS STM and RF-S 18-150mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM lenses.

Canon EOS Mirrorless Camera

APS-C sensor, and Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology, are both newly developed. The Canon EOS R7 has an electronic shutter and can shoot up to 30 frames per second. This camera is a fantastic option for travel and daily usage, as well as beneficial for sports and wildlife. Thanks to these characteristics and some contemporary enhancements.

Additionally, one of the features included in Canon’s mirrorless systems is in-body image stabilization. And it’s returning with the option to use compatible lenses to use coordinated control IS to correct for up to 7 stops. The flagship R3 carries Dual Pixel CMOS AF II. It provides better subject detection for animals like people, dogs, cats, birds, and cars.

Canon EOS Mirrorless Camera

In terms of video recording resolution, 4K at 60 frames per second is the highest. It can oversample the entire 7K image region in addition to 4K at 30 frames per second. Full HD can record up to 120 frames per second for slow motion. Canon has given the R7 the Canon Log 3 profile and removed the 30-minute time restriction in order to accommodate customers who desire more sophisticated recording.

Also, in comparison to the current R5 and R6, this body is smaller. They gave it a completely articulating 3.0″ screen. Although, maintaining a respectable grip and a build that is resistant to moisture and dust. Dual SD card slots are available on the R7 for backup recording. Changes the arrangement of the back buttons. Canon adds a dial and joystick on the side of the EVF. The hot shoe is a novel multipurpose shoe that can accommodate numerous accessories.

The R7 is a fantastic camera to hone your photographic abilities. Whether that means shooting on a daily basis, traveling, or serving as a crucial tool for wildlife and sports.

EOS R10

The EOS R10 is a compact camera that is more suited for content producers. It features a 24MP APS-C sensor, Dual Pixel CMOS AF, and a lot of the R3’s subject identification technology. Additionally, it enables mechanical shutter shooting at 15 frames per second with an electronic shutter boost to 23 frames per second. For a camera of this type, the feature set is impressive.

Furthermore, regarding the video, the R10 does not have a 30-minute recording time limit and can capture 4K content at up to 30 frames per second. It does eliminate several features from the R7 to make it smaller and lighter and more user-friendly for beginners. The completely articulating LCD is still present and includes an EVF  for additional monitoring choices. Sadly, the R10 only has one SD card port and lacks in-body image stabilization like the R7.

EOS R10

A Pair of RF-S Zoom Kit Lenses

Includes two kit zoom lenses with these two new APS-C camera models. The RF-S 18-45mm f/4.5-6.3 IS STM will do the trick for those searching for a compact beginning lens. When not in use, it will retract to create room in a daily bag easily. It offers a 29-72mm equivalent focal length range and the target is APS-C sensors. Even full-frame cameras in crop mode can use these lenses. Smooth, quick, and quiet, the STM AF motor is for both still photos and video. Furthermore, 4 stops of correction or 6 stops of coordinated IS are offered by the built-in optical image stabilization system.

RF-S Zoom Kit Lenses

If you want a little bit of extra reach from your starter lens, the RF-S 18-150mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM is helpful. This can cover almost each common shooting scenario with an equivalent range of 29-240mm. It has a similar feature set to the 18-45mm lens, including an STM AF system and built-in IS. Up to 4.5 stops of correction can be made by the stabilization on this extended zoom on its own, or up to 6.5 stops with Coordinated IS.

Users planning to purchase either the R7 or R10 will do well to start with either of these lenses.

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