Nikon and Canon have been competing for years in the DSLR segment without any serious threat from third party brands. In the mirrorless sector, they have been much slower to evolve, giving time to competitors such as Sony to make a name for themselves.
Sensor megapixel count has long been a hot topic when talking about digital cameras. Sony and Canon have been vying for first place in recent years with Canon releasing its 50MP 5DS/5DSr and Sony with the A7R IV which has the world’s first full frame sensor with 61MP.
The Canon EOS R5 is the flagship model in the RF full frame mirrorless range. It features a high resolution sensor, impressive video capabilities, a new autofocus system, class leading stabilisation and many other exciting specifications. It shows that Canon is now taking the mirrorless market very seriously.
After years of slow evolution, Canon’s full frame mirrorless system has come to fruition with the release of two very interesting cameras. One of them, the EOS R6, challenges the likes of the Sony A7 III, Nikon Z6 and Panasonic S1 in the prosumer segment.
The EOS R was launched in 2018 and inaugurated Canon’s full frame RF system. I liked its design and ease of use, the image quality was good, the autofocus was full of potential, but the rest fell too short to impress the mirrorless market. Two years later we meet the EOS R6 (along with its […]