Canon EOS RP Mirrorless Camera Body with RF85/1.2 L USM

May 18, 2019 - Comment

Product Features Lightest, smallest full-frame EOS camera* Rf mount Compatible with RF lenses and EF/EF-S lenses** High image quality and bright f/1.2 aperture L lens for EOS R System cameras. Blue spectrum refractive optics (br) Reduces chromatic aberration. More Camera Suggestions For You Panasonic Lumix DC-FZ80 4K Digital Camera, 18.1 Megapixel, 60x Zoom 20-1200mm Lens

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Product Features

  • Lightest, smallest full-frame EOS camera*
  • Rf mount Compatible with RF lenses and EF/EF-S lenses**
  • High image quality and bright f/1.2 aperture L lens for EOS R System cameras.
  • Blue spectrum refractive optics (br) Reduces chromatic aberration.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Wow I upgraded from a Canon 70D and couldn’t be more satisfied. After years of going “cheap” with APC cameras, going full frame for this price was a no-brainer. I think the RP is going to be a huge success. The body is small and light. I have big hands but find the RP’s handling excellent — button/wheel location is excellent for my needs (mostly amateur travel, portraiture, some sports). The optional grip works well for a heavier lens, but you can certainly go without. The build is nice and…

Anonymous says:

Absolutely terrible The manual clearly states that “processing RAW images from this camera is not possible”. I wish I had known this, I would not have bought this camera. While the camera does allow you to shoot in RAW, you cannot download or open the files on your computer. You have to go to the Canon website and download software. The instructions to do so are confusing, and the instructions on how to actually use the software are even more confusing.Unless you plan on only shooting in JPEG, do not…

Anonymous says:

EOS RP From an Old Canon 6D User I own both the original 6D as well as the RP. Ive only had the RP for a short time, but here are some of my impressions. All in all, it seems to be a very good camera. Other than the resolution, I still prefer the images from my 6D but as I said, its early yet.I think the body is a little cheapy feeling. The ergonomics are good and you really dont need the extra bottom plate unless you have gigantic hands. It has a good grip and as everyone has mentioned, its very light. Of course until…

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