The EOS R3 will change the way you think about mirrorless cameras. A new back-illuminated stacked sensor can freeze action at 1/64,000 and powers continuous shooting at up to 30fps. Eye-controlled AF intelligently recognises and tracks subjects as you shoot – superb for sports, news and wildlife photography.
Explosive speed at 30fps
Enjoy a top shutter speed of 1/64,000sec and 30fps burst shooting, with simultaneous AF/AE tracking.
The EOS R3 captures ﬂeeting moments at 30fps, revealing details that are missed with a naked eye.
See. React. Respond
With our next-generation Eye Control autofocus technology, the EOS R3 focuses wherever you are tracking.
Made for the movies
The EOS R3 Is a professional hybrid, able to capture cinematic, broadcast-quality video and sensational still photography.
Built for professionals
The EOS R3 Is built to withstand the demands of day-to-day professional use, and whatever life throws at you.
The EOS R3 uses Its wired LAN socket and 2.4/5GHz to talk to computer networks, laptops and mobile devices for fast, easy Image sharing and remote camera control.
The EOS R3 captures fleeting moments at 30fps, revealing details that are missed with the naked eye.
The camera’s back-illuminated stacked sensor is so fast it lets photographers use an electronic shutter to freeze fast movement without worrying about ‘rolling shutter’ distortion. Enjoy a top shutter speed of 1/64,000sec and 30fps burst shooting, with simultaneous AF/AE tracking.
Ever used a camera that feels like it’s reading your mind? With our next-generation Eye Control autofocus technology, the EOS R3 focuses wherever you are looking. This unparalleled control over AF allows the camera to react as quickly as you do – allowing you to respond fast to ever-changing scenes.
Using deep-learning artificial intelligence and thousands of real-world images, we’ve taught the EOS R3 to recognise people, animals and vehicles accurately and confidently – wherever they move in the frame.
People can be tracked even if they are wearing a mask helmet or sunglasses. When photographing motorsports, the EOS R3 can recognise motorbikes and racing cars, even distinguishing between closed and open cockpits, pinpointing a driver’s helmet when this is visible.
The EOS R3 is a professional hybrid, able to capture cinematic, broadcast-quality video and sensational still photography. Bristling with features that empower filmmakers to new levels of creativity, the camera can capture oversampled 4K as well as 6K RAW footage internally to a CFexpress card. Canon Log 3 provides greater dynamic range and colour-grading possibilities.
Crucially, the same object recognition available to stills photographers is also available to videographers, so you can track moving objects around the frame, keeping them in sharp focus even when working.
The EOS R3 is a professional thoroughbred. It’s shape and form are informed by our EOS-1DX series cameras, but is smaller and lighter, incorporating the design principles of the mirrorless EOS R system for superb handling.
The camera offers a choice of controls, with both a multi-controller and smart controller falling instinctively within reach of your thumb. Three customisable dials on the camera body, plus a Lens Control ring on each RF mount lens, allow shutter speed, aperture, ISO and exposure compensation to be adjusted with the camera at your eye.
The EOS R3 is also equipped with a four-million-dot high-resolution Vari-Angle screen, that is clear and brilliant, even in bright conditions. It lets you compose easily from creative perspectives. Dual card slots allow image files and video footage to be written to widely available SD cards (with support for UHS-II) or super-fast, next-generation CFexpress media.
To help you balance daylight and flash even In the bright conditions, or freeze fast-moving subjects head, flash sync Is now possible when using the camera’s electronic shutter – both Canon Speedlites and third-party studio flash units.
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