It is now confirmed that Canon will soon announce the development of the Canon EOS R3 mirrorless camera. This is the long-rumored prograde mirrorless camera which I guess in the name of EOS R1. Canon EOS R3 will be a full-frame mirrorless camera that will be positioned at the top level, meaning that it will be direct comptetitor to the Nikon Z9.
I think we may get answers to some of our questions soon, ahead of the development announcement. For example is this flagship EOS R model? The answer will probably be yes, so an EOS R for professionals is waiting for us. In this case, the EOS R3 is a direct competitor of the Nikon Z 9. We expect Canon to announce the development of the Canon EOS R3 very soon, most likely in April 2021.
We can say that the Canon EOS R3 could be one of the professional EOS R cameras at the EOS-1D X level that we have been waiting for. According to the brainstorming above, this camera is the EOS R1, which has been rumored for a long time. The Canon EOS R3 has the ergonomics and vertical grip of the EOS 1D series and shows all the external features of a professional camera. It looks like the EOS R3 camera is coming and the right lenses on the way too. More details after the break!
Canon EOS R3 Camera Development Announcement and Three New Lenses Coming
The upcoming Three RF Lenses:
- Canon RF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM Lens
- RF 400mm f/2.8L IS USM Lens
- Canon RF 600mm f/4L IS USM Lens
Canon EOS R3 release date and price
- Expected to be released in the second half of 2021
- No leaked pricing yet, but expected to have the same price tag with Sony A1 which costs $6,500
Below you can find the gossipy features previously mentioned for the Canon EOS R1. This is the information we can speculate for the EOS R3 for now.
Rumored Canon EOS R3 Specifications:
- Newly designed 21MP full-frame global shutter image sensor
- A full-pixel Quad-Pixel CMOS AF autofocus system more powerful than Canon R5 and Canon R6
- The highest record of Canon high-speed continuous shooting speed
- Aimed at professional sports and wildlife photographers
- Could be displayed at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics (from July 23 to August 8, 2021)
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