Evolving to high-speed, Canon may launch EOS Rx full-frame micro

   Earlier, foreign media reported that Canon would launch a high-resolution version of EOSR special micro, or EOSRs. Recently, foreign media has once again exposed that Canon may launch an EOSR special micro, focusing on sports photography, or EOSRx. This camera may be unveiled at the end of 2020, and the expected price is between 4000-5000 US dollars.

Evolving to high-speed, Canon may launch EOS Rx full-frame micro

  Canon EOSRx full-frame micro-imaginary image

   It is said that Canon EOSRx will be equipped with a 20.2 megapixel full-frame sensor derived from EOS-1DXMarkII, but it will be redesigned based on the feature of mirrorlessness And optimization. Due to the main sports photography, we do not expect this camera to have a higher pixel sensor for the time being. In addition, EOSRx may also be equipped with the third-generation full-pixel dual-core focusing system like EOS90D and EOSM6MarkII, and an updated and improved version may appear on EOSRx, which is expected to achieve excellent focusing speed, better eye-controlled focusing experience, and provide More than 5000 AF points, autofocus can be performed under low illumination conditions of -6ev.

   In addition, Canon EOSRs may be equipped with dual DIGIC8 image processors, which can provide better image quality. The expected sensitivity range is ISO50-102400 and can be expanded to ISO819200. The maximum continuous shooting speed is 16 frames per second when using the mechanical shutter, and it can be increased to 30 frames per second when using the electronic shutter.

  Editor’s point of view

   Canon’s EOSR micro-system is obviously constantly working on it, from regular models to high-pixel models to the high-speed models that are now exposed. Obviously, I hope that Canon EOSR Microphone can cover more shooting scenes, which obviously provides a richer choice for photographers and users.

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