Canon EOS R3 focuses by following your eyes
Canon EOS R3 focuses by following your eyes

Canon has announced the full specifications of the EOS R3 camera. As expected, it's higher than the EOS R series' full-frame mirrorless cameras, higher than last year's R5 and R6.

The company confirmed its plans for high-quality mirrorless cameras in April, but that's just an announcement of development.

Professional cameras are intended for the demands of sports and nature photographers.

The company describes the $6000 ROS R3 (body only) as its most technologically advanced full-frame camera to date.

While it doesn't support 8K video like the EOS R5, the ROS R3 has several enhanced features, especially for photographers who need responsive performance in quick settings.

The improvement started with the 24.1 MP CMOS sensor. The company offers better resolution performance than the EOS 5D Mark IV's 30.4-megapixel sensor.

In combination with the Digic X processor, the EOS R3 can shoot 150 RAW photos with the electronic shutter at up to 30 fps or the mechanical shutter with 12 fps.

It is possible to make completely silent recordings with the push of a button. In other words, there is no autofocus assist, flash, or shutter sound.

The EOS R3 also offers an impressive ISO range from ISO 100 to ISO 102,400 (still images can be expanded to ISO 204,800). And the ability to support auto focus and tracking settings while taking photos at up to 60 frames per second.

The company said the Canon EOS R3 has improved automatic white balance. With new capture modes and white balance, it's faster and easier to set a custom white balance that adapts to your surroundings.

Canon EOS R3 focuses by following your eyes

The AF performance of the EOS R3 has also been greatly improved with 1050 AF points on the sensor.

It also supports better tracking. It includes new vehicle tracking modes (plus eye, face and body detection) to improve motion detection for professional cars like the F1.

The company offers an updated version of the autofocus feature with the introduction of the eye. It allows you to select a focus object simply by looking at it with an electronic viewfinder.

Although Canon has added Eye AF to its previous cameras since 1992, this is the first time the company has added this feature to the EOS R series, showing that the feature is ready for the most demanding professional photography. .

There is a special sensor in the electronic viewfinder of the EOS R3 that can track the position of your eyes.

The company understands that eye AF may not be suitable for all types of eyes and contact lenses. But a very precise calibration system supports whether or not to wear glasses.

It has a 5.76 million pixel electronic viewfinder and an OLED panel that supports a refresh rate of 60Hz or 120Hz.

The company already includes improved anti-flicker removal. This feature allows you to adjust the camera to avoid interference from nearby lights. The ability to adjust the flicker conversion from 50 Hz to 8192 Hz.

For videos that people want to record in 8K, the EOS R5 remains the camera of choice.

The EOS R3 offers multiple recording modes. Including 6K RAW mode with 60 frames per second. and an unedited 4K setting at 120 fps.

As with other high-end EOS R cameras. The EOS R3 offers 5-body image stabilization and supports up to eight VR levels (depending on the lens).

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