Published Sep 14, 2021
Canon’s EOS R3 is a truly impressive piece of kit. From its all-new 24MP stacked-CMOS sensor to Eye Control AF, there’s a lot for us to unpack here when we get full-production cameras for a full review. But in the meantime, we’ve been shooting with some pre-production units to get a feel for the camera’s potential. Check out how the Canon EOS R3 performs for peak action and some more quiet, under-the-sea moments around Seattle and Tacoma in our sample gallery.
Note: All images in this gallery were captured with pre-production camera bodies, and at Canon’s request we are only posting JPEG images at this time. We will be updating this gallery with Raw and JPEG files from a full-production camera as soon as possible.
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