Here are more features of Canon EOS R
The EOS R has a Dual Pixel CMOS AF autofocus system, which means there is a phase detection focusing. Besides, it boasts of 5,655 AF positions. These are customizable and cover 88% of the frame horizontally and 100% vertically. Canon claims that the EOS R’S AF system can autofocus down to -6EV, meaning that it can focus in near darkness areas. What’s more, the Digic 8 processing engine makes it one of the world’s fastest AF system.
The full-frame CMOS sensor has an excellent pixel pitch of 5.36 by 5.36um and a pixel count of 30.3MP. This is similar pixel count to some of the industry great cameras such as Canon EOS 5D Mark IV.
Canon paired the Digic 8 processing engine with the R’s sensor. Together, they enable this camera to have a sensitivity range of ISO 100 to 40,000.
The EOS R has a supreme continuous shooting rate of 8fps when set in One-shot AF mode. However, this rate drops to 5fps with continuous focusing. When set in AF tracking priority mode, this rate drops further to 3fps. At 8fps, the buffer allows 78 C-Raw images, 47 raw files, or 100 JPEGS to be recorded in a single burst.
The Canon EOS R is 4K enabled at 23.98p and 29.97p in NTC or 24p or 25p in PAL. However, this results to 1.7x crop, which is quite low. You can shoot full HD videos (1920 X 1080 at up to 59.94p/60p. if you want to record high-speed footage, this camera allows a speed of 120fps, but at a resolution of 720p. An HDMI connection is also available for 10 bit 4:2:2 output with Canon Log to capture low contrast videos for grading.
Canon offers one memory card slot that uses UHS-11 SD media.
Battery The EOS R uses LP-E6N battery, which enables it to take 560 shots per charge.
Pros of Canon EOS R
It has an excellent touch control
Offers high-quality electronic viewfinder
Great AF system
Cons of Canon EOS R
Comes with a single memory card slot
1.7 crop when recording 4K videos
Has no mode dial
All the above features prove that Canon EOS R is a capable camera. When used right, it can capture plenty of fine details with attractive colors and good exposure. And while its AF system is not the best at capturing fast-moving subjects, it has an excellent focus in low-light condition.