A camera that lets you photograph sport, wildlife and news like never before. Identify subjects just by looking at them – a truly intuitive experience – and stay ahead of the competition with 30fps continuous shooting and advanced connectivity that lets you smash your deadline.
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.
At the heart of the EOS R3 is a back-illuminated, stacked sensor – developed exclusively by Canon. It is faster and more sensitive than anything we’ve put in a camera before, which means better performance when you’re shooting under pressure.
State-of-the-art electronic shutter
The staggering speed of the EOS R3’s sensor will change the way you think about electronic shutters. Before now, rolling-shutter effects have created distortion when photographing fast-moving subjects and have left photographers with no option but to switch into mechanical-shutter mode. With the EOS R3, however, things are different.
Low light? No problem
With an ISO sensitivity range of ISO 100 to ISO 102,400 (expandable to ISO 50 to ISO 204,800), the EOS R3 can cope with virtually any lighting conditions you care to throw at it. The sensor’s new back-illuminated design brings new levels of dynamic range and decreased digital noise. Combined with the EOS R3’s ability focus in very little light, and you have a machine that is truly the king of low-light photography.
Flicker detection with an electronic shutter
Advances in Canon’s sensor technology mean the EOS R3 is the first mirrorless EOS to offer flicker detection when using an electronic shutter. High Frequency flicker detection can eradicate banding when shooting under LED light sources, to increase the number of usable images shot in tricky conditions.
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