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Canon EOS R3 Full Specifications and Review

While the EOS R3 is not a direct successor for the EOS-1D X Mark III, it outperforms the 1D X III in nearly every technological category, claiming the title of greatest professional camera thanks to its 6K RAW video, rapid 30fps shooting, and unrivalled AF system. Is the Canon EOS R3's 24.1MP sensor sufficient for pro-level photography now that the Sony A1 with 50.1MP stills and 8K video is available?

Canon-EOS-R3 full specifications and review

Canon EOS R3 Specifications


Sensor: 24.1MP stacked CMOS

Image processor: Digic X

AF points: 4,779 stills / 3,969 movies

Image stabilisation: In-body (up to 8 stops with compatible lenses)

ISO range: 100-102,400 (expandable to 50-204,800)

Weather sealing: Yes (equivalent to Canon EOS-1D X Mark III)

Max image size: 6,000 x 4,000px

Video: 6K up to 60p, 4K up to 120p, 1080p up to 60p

LCD: 3.2-inch vari-angle touchscreen, 4.15 million dots

Max burst: 30fps electronic (540 JPEG / 150 raw), 12fps mechanical (1,000+ JPEG / 1,000 raw)

Connectivity: USB-C 3.2, HDMI mini, headphone jack, microphone / line in jack, N3 terminal, 5GHz & 2.4GHz WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, Ethernet, GPS / GNSS

Viewfinder: Electronic 0.5-inch, 5.76m dots, 120Hz, 100% coverage, 0.76x magnification

Size: 150 x 142.6 x 87.2mm

Memory card: 1x SD/SDHC/SDXC, 1x CFexpress Type B

Weight: 822g body only


Price: £5,879/$5,999 (body only)


When compared to the Canon EOS-1D X Mark III, the enhanced resolution is immediately visible when shooting detail-rich imagery like portraits, while still maintaining the speed and manageable file sizes required for professional photography. It doesn't matter if you're tracking a human subject or an irregularly moving subject, the 30fps shooting is incredible, and it's all down to the rock-solid Dual Pixel AF II. So far, the 6K and 4K footage has been very clear, thanks to all of the smart focusing recognition seen in the stills. Canon states that you can record up to six hours of'standard video' and 1.5 hours of 120p video. So far, all we can tell is that we filmed 4K 60p for almost an hour and 15 minutes until the battery drained, and there were no issues with overheating.

You'll never miss a minute of action or detail with blackout-free 30fps stills and 6K RAW video. The EOS R3 sets a new dynamic range standard for pro-level cameras, and thanks to its lower pixel count, it produces less noise than its higher-resolution Sony and Nikon competitors. This is the professional camera of the future, and it's available right now.

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