Canon is bringing out a new full-frame mirrorless camera next to its EOS R model. The EOS RP is lighter than the previous model and $1,000 cheaper than the R.
It also comes with an RF-mount lens, just like the EOS R. The camera body including battery and memory card, but without the lens, weighs only 485g. The CMOS sensor has a 26.2-megapixel resolution, and light sensitivity of ISO 40,000, which can be expanded up to 102,400.
The Canon EOS RP takes 0.05 seconds to focus – best-case scenario, at least. Apart from the electronic viewfinder, it also has a 7-inch touchscreen display that can be pulled out and twisted around as needed.
Canon’s new device will become available at the end of February, and will cost $1,299 for just the body, and $2,399 if you want to add the lens.