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- Kinotika on YouTube Canon EOS R vs. Sony a7III for video
Which camera is best for video? In this comparison we test the 1080p and 4k, along with rolling shutter, color science and auto focus for video.
- DPReview Comparison with Nikon Z6 and Sony A7III
- LightPoint (english) Feature comparison with Sony A7III/A7RIII and Nikon Z6/Z7
- Camera Labs
It is a full-frame mirrorless camera that both impresses and disappoints. On the plus-side it delivers good-looking photos, has a promising new mount with two exotic lenses at launch, great video autofocus, and the best performance from adapted EF lenses on a mirrorless camera. On the downside, there’s no built-in stabilisation, only a single SD card slot, severely cropped 4k video, modest action shooting capabilities, and lacklustre face and eye-detection.
- DPReview 7.9
With a 30MP sensor, fantastic color reproduction and on-sensor autofocus, the EOS R can produce some beautiful photographs with pinpoint-accurate focus. But it's Canon's first mirrorless full-frame camera, and in many ways, it shows. The ergonomics feel unfinished, and for the same or less money, you can find better video, more dynamic range and faster burst speeds elsewhere. [...] New RF lenses are simply spectacular.
- Dustin Abbott
It is a very good camera in an absolute sense, and in many ways is a more mature first full-frame mirrorless than what many expected. In a comparative sense, however, it feels a generation behind where Sony is with their third-gen a7 models. There are still a number of valid reasons to choose an EOS R, however, particularly if you are already invested in Canon glass [...] What gives me the most hope is the genuinely interesting development around the new RF mount.
- Photo District News
- The Digital Picture
In addition to being packed full of the latest technology and features, the EOS R comes with a new lens mount, the first new Canon full frame lens mount in over 30 years. [...] Canon aimed this first R model at a very broad market, leaving out a rather small number of advanced features such as a very high drive speed when focus-tracking, in-body image stabilization, dual memory card slots and ultra-high resolution, but keeping the price at a very attractive level.