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Canon EOS R Review: An Honest Hands On Discussion (Is It Really That Bad?)

I was able to have the Canon EOS R for about a month, thanks to BHPHoto. They did not pay or sponsor, but sent it out for a review so I could share my first hand honest thoughts. Like mentioned, I shot this review several times. I feel the Canon EOS R was made just to be made to get a test Canon mirrorless camera on the market. At the EOS R announcement it was touted as being "Revolutionary." But is it really? Not so much, later on they admit its not for the working professional. But with its well known (controversial) limitations does it make the camera that awful? No. It still has great video, top notch Dual Pixel AF and high image quality. But the big omissions are an entirely new camera build, a new lens mount, overpriced lenses, no dual sd card slots, no back joystick and more. Is it a let down, yes, but a horrible beast? No. Its a great backup camera and I cant wait to see Canon actually try on their "pro" model for an expected 2019.

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Canon EOS R Leaked Specs Preview: Canon's Full Frame Mirrorless Home Run?

With Nikon having their big announcement last week, we get pretty much the leaked finalized specs of what Canon will announce on September 5th. Canon is looking to have a promising home run with this camera but one or two key things may be missing. That and an unknown price point at this time. But an ergonomical body, full frame 30.3 megapixel sensor, 4K video and Dual Pixel AF but be what most have asked for. But what are your thoughts? Let me know down in the comments below. I will have a pinned post with the latest information, so be on the lookout for pricing. This is the Canon EOS R, canons mirrorless camera of 2018.

Link: Canon Rumors- https://www.canonrumors.com/here-are-the-first-images-and-specifications-for-the-canon-eos-r-and-the-new-rf-mount-lenses/