While the new camera will no doubt retain the quality you can expect from Canon, it also separates itself from the company’s previous models by being the first-ever to carry a full-frame, back-illuminated stacked CMOS sensor, which provides faster read-out speeds and significantly reduces “rolling shutter” distortion.
The camera’s electronic shutter system supports continuous shooting of up to 30 frames-per-second, while its enhanced autofocus functionality utilizes deep learning technology in order to provide enhanced face, eye, head, and body detection. Of course, as a workhorse designed for those in the field, the R3 will also come with an integrated vertical grip, and weather resistance equal to that of the EOS-1D X Mark III.
For now, Canon hasn’t announced any official pricing information or release date for the EOS R3, so those interested should definitely stay tuned for more updates to come.
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