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Canon EOS R

Canon EOS R

4.3 from 3 reviews

See the Best Mirrorless Cameras in 2019 as rated by Australians on ProductReview.com.au.

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Mark

MarkPerth, WA

A Camera disliked by the Spec Geeks but loved by the Users

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Purchased in July 2019 at digiDirect for $2,399.00.


Kev H

Kev HMid North Coast, NSW

  • 29 reviews
  • 23 likes
  • Verified purchase

Great Image Quality.

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Purchased in June 2019 at Harvey Norman Electronics Physical Store.

Mattiegee

MattiegeeVictoria

  • 4 reviews
  • 1 like
  • Verified purchase

A great all-rounder camera

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Questions & Answers

Dani

Daniasked

Hi, looking to upgrade from the 70D and not sure which way to go,would mirrorless be better than another dslr? Also,does this one have an integrated flash? Thanks

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Kev H
Kev H

Hi Dani,

It depends on the type of photography that you do & also your budget. Currently the Canon mirrorless cameras are expensive, especially the dedicated lenses (RF mount) compared to the EF & EFS mount lenses that you currently use. The prices will slowly reduce as more people buy into the mirrorless system.

Without knowing your photography subjects, I would suggest that (if you are happy with your 70D) perhaps the new EOS 90D DSLR might be the best option. It will do everything better than the 70D does. It has higher resolution (32 mpx), less noise at high iso, faster continuous shooting & can use all of your existing lenses without the need for an adaptor.

I would suggest that you visit a camera shop & have a play with the 90D & EOS R or RP & see which one you like. See whether you are happy with the viewfinders, Optical vs Electronic, & the general 'feel' of how well the camera fits in your hand & the button/dial layout.

The EOS R doesn't have a built in flash, the 90D does have a built in flash.

Hope that this helps.

Kev

Dani
Dani

Thank you and yes it does help,I was leaning toward mirrorless but I don’t really want to have to add the flash,will have a look at the 90D...someone else suggested the 6D as well...

Kev H
Kev H

Bear in mind that the 70D & 90D are crop cameras while the EOS R & 6D are full frame cameras. I always found the crop sensor to be an advantage for wildlife & macro, due to the 1.6x crop factor (multiplies focal length & increases magnification & apparent Depth of Field). Full frame is better for portraiture where it is easier to 'isolate' a subject, as when taking portraits with wide apertures. Horses for courses …. Of course, it doesn't mean that you can't do any type of photography with either sensor size. You just have to decide which suits you better.


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