It sells for less money than many cameras with smaller sensors, though of course, there are some trade-offs to contend with for those wanting to get into the full-frame club.[..] The RP's images are also noisier than most current full-frame cameras (especially in the shadows), and similarly noisy to some APS-C cameras at low ISOs. The video features and quality will also disappoint power users [...] On the other hand, there's a lot that the EOS RP gets right.
It is a mixed bag [...] I enjoy the camera due to have wonderfully familiar ergonomics and that it fits the hand so much better than many competitors and because the price point is so reasonable. [...] But Canon’s “blind-eye” approach to what competitors offer has become somewhat vexing. The EOS RP’s sensor is not really competitive with much of anything (it is surpassed by a number of APS-C sensors in certain areas) and the video performance is near insulting.
Vi mentirei se vi dicessi che preferisco la RP alla R, eppure credo che questa piccolina possa diventare un modello chiave in uno o due anni. Almeno dal punto di vista commerciale. Secondo me può svolgere più o meno il ruolo delle vecchie reflex APS-C, introducendo nuovi fotografi al brand ed al sistema di ottiche RF, per poi invogliarli a fare un passo avanti nel corso tempo.