If you’re looking for a place to discuss the Canon EOS R digital camera, then the Canon EOS R Talk Forum might be the place for you. This forum is moderated by Mako2011, a community moderator. There’s a lot of great information here, so you’ll be able to get the answer to almost any question you have about the camera. But what exactly is the purpose of the forum?
The EOS R is an excellent camera for those looking for a high-spec, compact camera. Its APS-C sensor is slightly smaller than most mirrorless cameras, but you can use RF format lenses or EF mount lenses with an adapter. And it’s an excellent choice for Canon DSLR users, thanks to its high-end specs and impressive autofocus. This camera makes it possible to take a snappy, detailed picture with any of Canon’s L series lineups.
The rumours that the EOS R will roll shutter are unfounded. Canon has the cash to sell another body without the rolling shutter. The only thing holding it back is the fact that Sony has a vital patent on BSI full-frame sensors. But, it’s possible that the video limitations of the EOS R don’t have anything to do with the Cinema EOS. A more realistic reason is that Canon hasn’t listened to user feedback about the video capability.
Canon wants to keep pros on its Cinema EOS lineup, and is trying to do so by creating separate video tools. The company is now selling 10x as many 5D Mark IVs as it did C200s. However, they’re also trying to protect their EOS line by crippling video on hybrid cameras for five years. Hence, they lost half of their hybrid market. That’s a pretty good reason to make the switch.
The EOS R is not the best full-frame mirrorless camera on the market. But it’s not terrible either. But when pitted against the Sony a7 iii, it’s clear that the Sony is better. For most users, it’s adequate for the vast majority of their needs, but professional photographers are more likely to pick the Sony. The EOS R has a better LCD and a viewfinder.
For video, the Canon EOS R is comparable to the 5D Mark IV, but some videographers prefer the gimbals. With an AF speed of 1/15th of a second, the EOS R is capable of shooting at 1/15th of a second without an external stabilizer. While the Sony a7 iii’s autofocus is excellent, the EOS R still struggles in this area.
When it comes to astrophotography, the EOS Ra is a good choice. It has an increased red sensitivity, a factory-calibrated white balance, and a 30x magnification. The EOS Ra is also a lot easier to handle than the EOS R. And it’s not just the new features of the EOS Ra that have made it the perfect choice for astrophotography.