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EOS R3

Mirrorless

Item Code: 4895C002AA

Features

High Image Quality with a Back-illuminated Stacked 24.1 Megapixel Full-frame CMOS Sensor

Canon’s first full-frame, back-illuminated stacked CMOS image sensor in the EOS R3 delivers substantially faster read-out speeds and produces much lower "rolling shutter" distortion than previous EOS models. The new sensor architecture also increases light capturing efficiency which leads to cleaner low light photos while possessing the ability to capture them as true 14-bit RAW files in electronic shutter mode.

DIGIC X Image Processor with an ISO range of 100-102400; Expandable to 2048001

 

The EOS R3 camera features a powerful DIGIC X Image Processor, enabling high-performance operation and coordination or processes such as Dual Pixel CMOS AF II, Image Stabilization, image processing, and video functionality. Featuring an ISO range of 100-102400 (expandable to 204800), the EOS R3 camera delivers a large range of standard and expanded ISOs (for still images), and a flexible set of auto options to help enhance shooting in varied and fast-changing lighting situations.

High-speed continuous shooting of up to approx. 30 fps with electronic (silent) shutter and up to 12 fps with Mechanical Shutter

Delivering incredible performance at speeds of up to 12 fps with the mechanical shutter and up to 30 fps with the electronic (silent) shutter, the EOS R3 camera can capture the split-second details between a subject’s movements. This is ideal for dynamic action photos such as athletes, animals, cars and motorcycles in motion.

Suppressed rolling shutter distortion

Thanks to the high-speed readout of the new sensor, the EOS R3 delivers less rolling shutter distortion in fast moving images.

Improved Dual Pixel CMOS AF with 1,053 AF Points featuring Vehicle Detection as well as Eye, Face, Head, and Animal Detection.2

The EOS R3 camera’s highly responsive Dual Pixel CMOS AF II system has been improved with features such as the incredible 1,053 Automatic AF zones as well as improved servo AF cases utilizing eye, body, face, head (now including helmets), animal and now vehicle subject detection. Fast action can be captured and focus can be maintained throughout each burst capture with speed, accuracy and ease.

Low-luminance limit for AF: EV -7.5.

The EOS R3 can now focus down to an astounding -7.5 EV allowing for amazing nighttime photography with exceptional focus accuracy. This ultra-sensitive AF works in concert with the EOS R3's EVF to clearly capture subjects even when there's limited light.

The First EOS Digital camera to feature Eye Control AF

Improving on a feature that was popular on the EOS 3 film camera, the EOS R3 takes it into the digital mirrorless range of EOS cameras making subject focus fast and more precise. Eye control AF is controlled by the user simply looking through the Electronic Viewfinder at the subject they want to focus on, selecting that point, and shooting. This is just one more way the EOS R3 gives the photographer another option of easily and intuitively controlling focus.

5.76-million-dot & 120 fps blackout free EVF with quick response3, as well as a Vari-Angle Touchscreen

The EOS R3 camera features a high-precision EVF with approx. 5.76 million dots reducing lag time during continuous shooting. Displaying a bright image and extensive shooting information that rotates with the camera, the EVF adds an OVF simulation view assist feature which recreates the natural field of a traditional optical viewfinder. The EOS R3's blackout free EVF when in electronic shutter mode supports a 120 fps refresh rate and has been created to provide a bright, sharp and colorful 100% continuous view of the tracked subject at hand, displaying a crisp and vivid image with minimal aberration or distortion. The EOS R3 also features a 3.2-inch Vari-angle Touchscreen LCD that can be ideal for composing and reviewing your photos as well as making menu changes. Tap the screen during Live View while taking photos or videos and the camera will quickly lock focus to that specific location in the image.

Capable of recording 6K 60P RAW or 4K 120p 10-bit (uncropped) with Canon Log 3

Designed and developed with Cinema EOS pairing, the EOS R3 leverages its capabilities of 6K RAW at 60 fps or 4K 120 fps uncropped. What’s more, the camera can also leverage 6K and 5.6K oversampling in 4K DCI and UHD respectively, resulting in a higher image quality with less moiré, color distortion and noise. Flexible recording modes ranging from 8 to 12-bit recording using HDR PQ, Canon Log 3, RAW and of course EOS Standard enable the user to choose the post-production workflow needed for the project.

In-body Image Stabilizer can provide up to 8 stops of Shake Correction.4

Incorporating 5-axis IBIS (In-Body Image Stabilization) found on the EOS R5 and R6 cameras, the EOS R3 will not only enhance the ability to shoot still images at slower shutter speeds but it will also help reduce camera shake when shooting movies. Additionally, the EOS R3’s IBIS will work in combination with the Optical Image Stabilization found in many Canon RF lenses producing a total of up to 8-stops of shake correction.

Dual Card Slots for CFexpress and UHS-II SD Memory Cards

Whether you are shooting photos every day, or are recording 6K RAW videos, the EOS R3 camera can write an incredible amount of images and videos quickly to its super high-speed CFexpress** dual card slots. Plus, a UHS-II SD*** card slot is also provided as a convenient alternative for main memory card duties or as a backup.

 

**Type B compatible.
***Some types of data cannot be saved on the SD memory card.

Next Generation Multi-Function Shoe plus Speedlite EL-1 synchronization.

The next-generation Multi-Function Shoe adds functionality including wireless radio flash control for still photography, and also is capable of inputting digital sound data during movie shooting along with network communication when connected with a smartphone. In combination with compatible accessories, it expands the realm of shooting stills and movies alike and the potential of communication.

Wired LAN, USB, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth Technology

The EOS R3 includes both wired and wireless connections for multiple methods of image and video transfer. The camera is equipped with a standard Ethernet interface (IEEE 802.3u, 1000BASE-T) and connector (RJ-45) for a fast and secure hardwired connection. The built in 5GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless connections in the camera enables the photographer or videographer to easily upload image or video files to a smartphone, computer or to a cloud service using image.canon. For iOS smartphone users, high-speed file transfer over 5G is possible through a compatible smartphone and USB cable.

GPS

The built in GPS (compatible with GLONASS and QZSS) streamlines the photography and videography workflow by tagging files with GPS location coordinates and accurate camera timestamp metadata making file and chronological organization easier.

Enhanced Operating Controls and Accessories.

The EOS R3 has a multitude of ways to naturally and ergonomically interface with the camera. First is the built-in vertical grip which gives the user more control in both landscape and portrait modes as the major imaging interface buttons are duplicated on the portrait side of the grip. Those familiar with the button and LCD layout on the EOS-1D X Mark III and EOS R5 will feel right at home as the EOS R3 layout is similar to both models. The EOS R3 has both the smart controller from the EOS-1D X Mark III and the multi-controller found on many EOS cameras for additional control over camera features.

Dust and drip resistance equal to the EOS-1D X Series

The EOS R3 camera is designed for use in a variety of weather conditions. Sealing materials are used in critical areas like the buttons, dials, levers, terminal covers, battery compartment and the card slot cover. Precise design and construction help to minimize accidental penetration of dust and moisture in the rest of the camera body. Combined with an RF lens, or any other weather-sealed EF/EF-S lens via the Mount Adapter EF-EOS R, the EOS R3 camera proves to be a reliable partner in virtually any climate.

Specifications

Type

Digital single-lens non-reflex AF/AE camera

Image Processor

DIGIC X

Recording Media

CFexpress card
• Type B: Card slot
SD card
• SD card speed class-compatible.
• Compatible with UHS-II
• Eye-Fi cards and Multimedia cards (MMC) are not supported.

Compatible Lenses

Canon RF lens group
When using Mount Adapter EF-EOS R: Canon EF or EF-S lenses (excluding EF-M lenses)

Lens Mount

Canon RF mount

Type

Full-frame back-illuminated stacked CMOS sensor (compatible with Dual Pixel CMOS AF)

Effective Pixels

Approx. 24.1 megapixels

Sensor Size

Approx. 36.0 x 24.0 mm

Pixel Size

Approx. 6.00 µm square

Total Pixels

Approx. 26.7 megapixels

Aspect Ratio

3:2 (Horizontal: Vertical)

Color Filter System

RGB primary color filters

Low Pass Filter

Installed in front of the image sensor, non-detachable

Dust Deletion Feature

(1) Self Cleaning Sensor Unit
• Removes dust adhering to the low-pass filter.
• At power off only / Enable / Disable. Performed automatically (taking about approx. 2 sec. as indicated on the screen) or manually (taking about approx. 8 sec. as indicated on the screen).
• After manually activated cleaning, the camera will automatically restart (Power OFF to ON).
• When [Multi Shot Noise Reduction], [Multiple exposures], or [HDR mode] is set, [Clean now] and [Clean manually] cannot be selected.
(2) Dust Delete Data acquisition and appending
• The coordinates of the dust adhering to the low-pass filter are detected by a test shot and appended to subsequent images.
• The dust coordinate data appended to the image is used by the EOS Canon Digital Professional Software (v. 4.14 and higher) to automatically erase the dust spots.
• Not available with EF-S lenses, in cropped shooting or multi-exposure shooting.
(3) Manual cleaning (by hand)

Recording Format

Compliant to Design rule for Camera File system 2.0 and Exif 2.31*. *Supports time difference information

Image Format

JPEG, HEIF, RAW (CR3, 14 bit RAW format), C-RAW (Canon original); Movies: ALL-I, IPB (Std.), IPB (Light), RAW (Std.), RAW (Light)

HDR Mode-Continuous Shooting

(1) 1 shot only
(2) Continuously
(3) Multiple Exposure

Advanced shooting operations

(1) Focus Bracketing
(2) Interval Timer
(3) Bulb Timer
(4) Multi-Shot NR

File Size

3:2 Aspect Ratio
Large/RAW/C-RAW: 6000 x 4000
Medium: 3984 x 2656
Small 1: 2976 x 1984
Small 2: 2400 x 1600

1.6x (Crop)*
Large/RAW/C-RAW: 3744 x 2496
Small 2: 2400 x 1600

4:3 Aspect Ratio
Large: 5328 x 4000
Medium: 3552 x 2664
Small 1: 2656 x 1992
Small 2: 2112 x 1600
RAW/C-RAW: 6000 x 4000

16:9 Aspect Ratio
Large: 6000 x 3368
Medium: 3984 x 2240
Small 1: 2976 x 1680
Small 2: 2400 x 1344
RAW/C-RAW: 6000 x 4000

1:1 Aspect Ratio
Large: 4000 x 4000
Medium: 2656 x 2656
Small 1: 1984 x 1984
Small 2: 1600 x 1600
RAW/C-RAW: 6000 x 4000

•Values for Recording Pixels are rounded to the nearest 100,000.
•RAW/C-RAW images are generated in [3:3], and the set aspect ration is appended.
•JPEG images are generated in the set aspect ratio.
•These aspect rations (Medium / Small 2 / Small 2) and pixel counts also apply to resizing.

* Effective lens focal length 1.6x marked focal length

File Numbering

The following file numbers can be set:
1. File numbering methods
a. Continuous numbering
i. The numbering of captured images continues even after you replace the card.
b. Auto reset
i. When you replace or format the card, the numbering will be reset to start from 0001. If the new SD card already contains images, the numbering will continue from the last recorded image in the card.
2. Manual reset
a. Resets the file number to 0001, and creates a new folder automatically.
* When manually resetting the file number, folders can also be renamed.

RAW + JPEG / HEIF Simultaneous Recording

Simultaneous recording of any combination of RAW/C-RAW and JPEG/HEIF image-recording quality is supported.

Color Space

Selectable between sRGB and Adobe RGB

Picture Style

(1) Auto
(2) Standard
(3) Portrait
(4) Landscape
(5) Fine Detail
(6) Neutral
(7) Faithful
(8) Monochrome
(9) User Defined 1–3
• In Scene Intelligent Auto, [Auto] will be set automatically.
• [Standard] is the default setting for [User Def. 1–3].

Settings

(1) Auto (Ambience priority/White priority)
(2) Daylight
(3) Shade
(4) Cloudy*
(5) Tungsten light
(6) White fluorescent light
(7) Flash
(8) Custom (Custom WB)
(9) Color temperature (user-set from 2500K ~ 10000K)
* Effective also in twilight and sunset.

Auto White Balance

Option between ambience priority and white priority settings.

White Balance Shift

Blue/amber bias: ±9 levels
Magenta/green bias: ±9 levels
* Shifted from the color tempurate of the current WB mode.
* Blue/amber and magenta/green shift can be set at the same time.

Type

OLED color electronic viewfinder; approx. 5.76 million dots resolution

Coverage

Approx. 100% vertically and horizontally relative to the shooting image area (with image quality L, at approx. 23mm eyepoint).

Magnification / Angle of View

Approx. 0.76x / Approx. 35.7 degrees (with 50mm lens at infinity, -1 m-1)

Eye Point

Approx. 23mm (at -1 m-1 from the eyepiece lens end)

Dioptric Adjustment Range

Approx. -4.0 to + 2.0 m-1 (dpt)

Viewfinder Information

(1) Maximum burst
(2) Possible shots/Sec. until self-timer shoots
(3) Focus Bracketing/ Multiple-exposure/HDR shooting/Multi Shot Noise Reduction/Bulb time/Interval timer
(4) Shooting mode
(5) AF area
(6) AF operation
(7) Card
(8) Image quality
(9) Drive mode
(10) Metering mode
(11) Accessory compatible with the multi-function shoe attached
(12) No. of remaining shots for focus bracketing, multiple exposures, or interval timer
(13) Movie recording time available
(14) Battery level
(15) Image Stabilizer (IS mode)
(16) Histogram (Brightness/RGB)
(17) Set AF point to center
(18) Quick Control button
(19) Anti-flicker shooting
(20) White balance/White balance correction
(21) Picture style
(21) Auto Lighting Optimizer
(22) Subject to deter
(23) Still photo cropping / Aspect ratio
(24) Wi-Fi® signal strength
(25) Bluetooth® function
(26) Electronic level
(27) AF point (Flexible Zone AF 1)
(28) Wi-Fi® function
(29) Airplane mode
(29) AEB/FEB
(30) View Assist
(31) HDR PQ
(32) Flash ready / FE lock / High-speed sync
(33) Electronic shutter
(34) Touch shutter / Create folder
(35) AE lock
(36) Shutter speed / Multi-function lock warning
(37) Aperture value
(38) Overheating warning
(39) Still photo image quality warning
(40) Focal length
(41) Display simulation
(42) Magnify button
(43) ISO speed
(44) Highlight tone priority
(45) Exposure compensation
(46) Exposure level indicator

Focus Method

Dual Pixel CMOS AF

Number of AF zones available for Automatic Selection

AF area: Horizontal: Approx. 100% x Vertical: Approx. 100%
Stills: Max. 1053 zones (39 x 27)
Movies: Max. 819 zones (39 x21)

Focusing brightness range (still photos)

EV -7.5 to 20 (f/1.2 lens*, center AF point, One-Shot AF, at 73°F/23°C, ISO 100)
* Except RF lenses with a Defocus Smoothing (DS) coating.

Focusing brightness range (in movie recording)

EV -4.5 to 20 (f/1.2 lens*, center AF point, One-Shot AF,at 73°F/23°C, ISO 100, and 29.97 fps.)
* Except RF lenses with a Defocus Smoothing (DS) coating.

AF Area

AF Area
Spot AF Flexible Zone AF 1
1-point AF Flexible Zone AF 2
Expand AF Area
(Above, below, left and right/Around)
Flexible Zone AF 3
Expand AF Area
(Around)
Whole area AF

• Default settings for Flexible Zone AF 1/AF 2/AF 3 are the same as previous Zone AF, Large Zone AF Vertical, and Large Zone AF Horizontal, respectively.
• Except when Whole are AF is used, a dot is displayed in the center of any AF Area (or Flexible Zone AF area) in the center of the screen.
• In still photo shooting, regardless of the AF area setting when Servo AF is used with [Subject Tracking: On] set, AF is performed using [Whole area AF]. [Subject Tracking: Off] should be set if users wish AF to be performed at their preferred position when Aervo AF is used, as on previous models.

Subject to Detect

People, Animals, Vehicles, No Priority

Eye Control

On / Off • The area where eye control is supported corresponds to the area in the viewfinder's field of view available for AF (AF Area)
• Eye control is not available during magnified display or manual focusing. (The focus guide frame can be moved.)
button can be used to activate and deactivate eye control.
• If users move their eye away from the viewfinder, when their line of sight is not detected, subject detection and focusing is based on [Subject to detect] and [AF area]

Metering Modes

Real-time metering with image sensor (384 zones [24x16 zone metering])
(1) Evaluative metering
(2) Partial metering (approx. 5.9% of the area at the center of the screen)
(3) Spot metering (approx. 2.9% of the area at the center of the screen)
(4) Center-weighted average metering

Metering Range

EV -3 – 20 (at 73°F/23°C, ISO 100) (Still Photo Shooting)

ISO Speed Range

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Metering Range

EV -3 – 20 (at 73°F/23°C, ISO 100) (Still Photo Shooting)

Exposure Compensation

Manual ±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
AEB ±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments

AE Lock

(1) Auto AE lock
• (via C.Fn Menu #2 — AE lock meter. mode after focus) AE is locked after completion of One-Shot AF, in user's choice of Evaluative, Partial, Spot, and/or Center-weighted metering.
(2) Manual AE lock
• Use the AE lock button (update by pressing the button again) in Fv, P, Tv, Av, and M mode.
• Enabled in all metering modes.
• Options to cancel locked reading via Customizing Buttons — AE Lock with Hold, or Release AE Lock.

Type

(1) Mechanical
(2) Electronic 1st-Curtain
(3) Electronic Shutter (1st and 2nd curtain - silent*)
• When set to [Electronic], the camera makes no mechanical shutter sound. Shutter volume during Electronic Shutter is adjustable in 5 user-defined steps, plus silent — Set-up Menu #2 > Volume. Electronic Shutter sound is also disabled when Beep is set to Disable — Set-up Menu #2 > Beep. Note that the camera may make sounds other than the shutter release sound, such as sounds for aperture adjustment or the lens focus drive, or beeps. Moreover, using long exposure noise reduction with shutter speeds of 1 sec. or longer involved mechanical shutter, which producers a mechanical sound.
• Bands of light may be displayed and captured images may be affected by light and dark banding when shooting under fluorescent lighting or other flickering light sources with the camera set to [Anti-flicker shoot: Disable]
• The following settings are available when [Electronic] is set:
• Drive mode selection (H+ / H / L), shooting with an external flash unit, anti-flicker shooting, shutter speed (no low-speed restrictions), long exposure noise reduction, AEB, Multi Shot Noise Reduction, HDR Shooting (HDR PQ), HDR mode, multiple exposures.
•M or Tv modes, with Electronic Shutter: user-set shutter speeds extend to 1/64,000 sec. maximum. (Set in full-step increments from 1/8000 to 1/64000).

Shutter Speeds

Mechanical Shutter /
Electronic 1st-curtain
1/8000 to 30 sec. (in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments) bulb
Electronic Shutter 1/64000 sec., 1/32000 sec., 1/16000 sec., 1/12800 sec., 1/10000 sec.,
1/8000 sec. to 30 sec. (in 1/3- or 1/2-stop incremements), bulb

• In electronic shutter shooting, shutter speeds of 1/10000 sec. or faster are only available in Tv or M mode (up to 1/8000 sec. in Fv, P, or Av mode).
• Adjustments by the camera when the shutter speed is set to 1/64000 or 1/32000 sec. in electronic shutter shooting may involve the aperture value or ISO speed in some shooting conditions, because shutter speed cannot be controlled in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments.
• If HDR mode, Focus bracketing, Hi-speed sync, or Same exposure for new aperture is set, max shutter speed limit will be 1/8000 sec.

X-sync Speed

Mechanical Shutter: 1/200 sec.
Elec. 1st-curtain: 1/250 sec.
Electronic Dhutter: 1/180 sec.

Shutter Release

Soft-touch electromagnetic release

Self Timer

10-sec. delay, 2-sec. delay

Shutter Lag Time

  Mechanical Shutter Electronic 1st curtain Electronic shutter
Shutter-release time lag
*With SW-1 ON and ready, from SW-2 ON until start of exposure
Approx. 76 ms Approx. 50 ms Approx. 50 ms
*With shutter-release time lag set*1, *2 Approx. 76 ms Approx. 36 ms*3 Approx. 20 ms*4

*Based on Canon testing standards. Flash not used.
*The shutter-release time lag is longer in flash photography with anti-flicker shooting.
*1: Using RF or EF lenses (except EF-S lenses)
*2: At maximum aperture.
*3: Using EF-S lenses and electronic 1st-curtain: approx. 45 ms.
*4: Using EF-S lenses and the electronic shutter: approx. 35 ms.

Still Photo IS

In-body IS operation can be selected when using a non-IS lens.
• Always on
• Only for shot

5-axis Image Stabilization with EF/RF lenses

Lens Pitch/YAW X/Y Roll
EF Without IS In-body IS In-body IS In-body IS
Optical IS Optical IS In-body IS In-body IS
Hybrid IS Optical IS Still: Optical IS
Movie: In-body IS
In-body IS
RF Without IS In-body IS In-body IS In-body IS
Optical IS Coordinated Control*
Optical IS+In-body IS
In-body IS In-body IS
Hybrid IS Coordinated Control*
Optical IS+In-body IS
Still: Optical IS
Movie: In-body IS
In-body IS

* As of July 2021. Except RF600mm F11 IS STM and RF800mm F11 IS STM

EOS R3 coordinated In-Body Image Stabilizer Still Shooting performance with RF lenses

Lens Coordinated Control IS Focal Length IS stop
(CIPA Standard)
RF24-105mm F4 L IS USM Yes 105mm 8.0
RF35mm F1.8 MACRO IS STM Yes 35mm 7.0
RF24-70mm F2.8 L IS USM Yes 70mm 8.0
RF15-35mm F2.8 L IS USM Yes 35mm 7.0
RF24-240mm F4-6.3 IS USM Yes 240mm 6.5
RF70-200mm F2.8 L IS USM Yes 200mm 7.5
RF24-105mm F4-7.1 IS STM Yes 105mm 8.0
RF100-500mm F4.5-7.1 L IS USM Yes 500mm 6.0
RF85mm F2 MACRO IS STM Yes 85mm 8.0
RF50mm F1.2L USM - 50mm 7.0
RF28-70 F2 L USM - 70mm 8.0
RF85mm F1.2 L USM - 85mm 8.0
RF85mm F1.2 L USM DS - 85mm 8.0

E-TTL balance

E-TTL balance

Compatible E-TTL Speedlites

Canon EX- and EL-series Speedlites

E-TTL II Flash Metering

(1) Evaluative (Face Priority)
(2) Evaluative
(3) Average

Slow Sync (P/Av modes)

*Setting items vary by shutter mode setting
*Flash photography is supported with the shutter mode set to [Electronic].

Item Shutter Speed
Mechanical Shutter Electronic 1st Curtain Electronic Shutter
1/xxx-30 sec. auto 1/200-30 sec. 1/250-30 sec. 1/180-30 sec.
1/xxx-1/60 sec. auto 1/200-1/60 sec. 1/250-1/60 sec. 1/180-1/60 sec.
1/xxx sec. (fixed) 1/200 sec. 1/250 sec. 1/180 sec.

Flash Function Menu

Provided for EX- and EL-series Speedlites

Flash Exposure Compensation

±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments. Can be set on speedlite, in camera's External Speedlite Control Menu, or on camera body.

Continuous flash control

1. E-TTL each shot (E-TTL flash exposure fixed after first shot in a sequence)
2. E-TTL 1st shot

Drive Modes and Continuous Shooting Speed

Drive Modes AF Operation Mechanical Shutter Electronic 1st curtain Electronic shutter
Single Shooting Yes Yes Yes
High-speed
Continuous +
shooting1,2,3

One-Shot AF Approx. 12 shots/sec. Max. Approx. 30 shots/sec.
Servo AF
High-speed
Continuous
shooting4,5

One-Shot AF Approx. 6.0 shots/sec. Approx. 8.0 shots/sec. Max. Approx. 15 shots/sec.
Servo AF
Low-speed
Continuous Shooting
One-Shot AF Approx. 3.0 shots/sec.
Servo AF
Self-timer:10 sec / remote control Yes
Self-timer:2 sec / remote control Yes

1. AE, flash metering, and white balance are fixed after the first frame when using High-speed continuous shooting+, flash, and mechanical/electronic first-curtain shutter.
2. When set to [High-speed continuous shooting+], the continuous shooting speed in flash photography (with flash metering between shots) is up to approx. 15 shots/sec. Flash metering between shots is not supported with mechanical shutter or electronic first-curtain. Without flash meter between shots, the continuous shooting speed with flash is up to approx. 20 shots/sec. with the elctronic shutter. Note that the maximum of approx. 15 shots/sec. with the electronic shutter is only available when using EL or EX Speedlites released in or after 2007 (except 430EX II, 90EX, 320EX or 580 EXII)
3. The continuous shooting speed in anti-flicker shooting drops to a maximum of approx. 5.4 shots/sec. with mechanical shutter and a maximum of approx. 10 shots/sec. for electronic first-curtain. With electronic shutter, if flicker frequency is 60 Hz, max continuous speed will be approx. 24 shots/sec. and if flicker frequency is 50Hz, max continuous speed will be spprox. 20 shots/sec.
4. The continuous shooting speed in flash photography (with flash metering between shots) drops to a maximum of approx. 4.8 shots/sec. with mechanical shutter and a maximum of approx. 6.8 shots/sec. for electronic first-curtain.
5. The continuous shooting speed in flash photography (with flash metering between shots) drops to a maximum of approx. 5.4 shots/sec. with mechanical shutter and a maximum of approx. 6.6 shots/sec. for electronic first-curtain.



Control Menu, or on camera body.

When using the electronic shutter (at 30 fps)

  Image
Quality
File Size
[Approx. MB]
Possible Shots
[Approx.}
Maxiumum Burst [Approx.]
SD Card (UHS-I)1 SD Card
[High-speed]
(UHS-II)2

CFexpress Card3
JPEG L 8.7 37560 410 530 540
M 4.7 67860 530 530 530
S1 3.2 99010 530 530 530
S2 1.9 163960 530 530 530
HEIF L 8.1 34800 420 450 460
M 4.7 59400 560 560 580
S1 3.4 85030 560 560 590
S2 1.8 143310 560 570 590
RAW RAW 29.3 11860 150 150 150
C-RAW 15.1 24130 320 420 420
RAW+JPG4 RAW+L 29.3+8.7 9010 140 150 150
C-RAW+L 15.1+8.7 14690 260 330 400
RAW+HEIF5 RAW+L 29.1+8.1 7970 140 150 150
C-RAW+L 15.4+8.1 12240 290 290 290

 

When using the mechanical shutter/electronic first-curtain (at 12 fps)

  Image
Quality
File Size
[Approx. MB]
Possible Shots
[Approx.}
Maxiumum Burst [Approx.]
SD Card (UHS-I)1 SD Card
[High-speed]
(UHS-II)2

CFexpress Card 3
JPEG L 8.7 37560 980 1000 or higher 1000 or higher
M 4.7 67860 1000 or higher 1000 or higher 1000 or higher
S1 3.2 99010 1000 or higher 1000 or higher 1000 or higher
S2 1.9 163960 1000 or higher 1000 or higher 1000 or higher
HEIF L 8.1 34800 950 1000 or higher 1000 or higher
M 4.7 59400 1000 or higher 1000 or higher 1000 or higher
S1 3.4 85030 1000 or higher 1000 or higher 1000 or higher
S2 1.8 143310 1000 or higher 1000 or higher 1000 or higher
RAW RAW 29.3 11860 160 290 1000 or higher
C-RAW 15.1 24130 410 1000 or higher 1000 or higher
RAW+JPG4 RAW+L 29.3+8.7 9010 140 140 1000 or higher
C-RAW+L 15.1+8.7 14690 300 770 1000 or higher
RAW+HEIF5 RAW+L 29.1+8.1 7970 150 170 300
C-RAW+L 15.4+8.1 12240 310 600 600

1. Using 32GB UHS-I SD Card
2. Using 32GB UHS-II SD Card
3. Using 32GB CFexpress card. All cards comply with Canon test standards.ing

HDR PQ Shooting

Disable / Enable

HDR PQ Shooting - Still

Recording format Bit depth Color sampling method HDR specification
HEIF 10 bit YCbCr 4:2:2 ITU-R BT.2100 (PQ)

HDR PQ Shooting - Movie

Recording format Bit depth Color sampling method HDR specification
mp4 10 bit YCbCr 4:2:2 ITU-R BT.2100 (PQ)

Focusing

Dual Pixel CMOS AF

Exposure Compensation

±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments

Canon Log 3

Provided (Off / Canon Log 3)

File Format / Estimated Cumulative Data / Card Performance Requirements

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Type

TFT color, liquid-crystal monitor (Vari-angle design)

Monitor Size

3.2-inch (screen aspect ratio of 3:2)
3.15 in./8.01cm diagonal (2.63 in./6.67cm width, 1.75 in./4.44cm height)

Dots

Approx. 4.15 million dots

Coverage

Approx. 100% vertically/horizontally

Brightness Control

Manually adjustable to one of seven brightness levels

Coating

Clear View LCD II
• Anti-smudge coating applied.
• Anti-reflection coating not applied.

Interface Languages

29 (English, German, French, Dutch, Danish, Portuguese, Finnish, Italian, Ukraine, Norwegian, Swedish, Spanish, Greek, Russian, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Vietnamese, Hindi, Romanian, Turkish, Arabic, Thai, Simplified/Traditional Chinese, Korean, Malay, Indonesian, Japanese)

Display Format

Item Still Photo Movie
Magnify zoom display   -
AF point display   -
Grid display   -
Rating OFF / 1 to 5 Stars
Select images / Select range / All images in folder / All images on card /
All found images

Image Search Search conditions
Rating / Date / Folder / Protect / Type of file (1) / Type of file (2)
Protect Select images / Select range / All images in folder / Unprotect all images in
folder / All images on card / Unprotect all images on card / All found images
In-camera RAW image processing Supported -
Resizing Supported -
Cropping Supported -

Highlight Alert

The white areas with no image data will blink.

Histogram

Brightness and RGB

Function

The Quick Control screen is accessed by pressing the Quick Control button during still photo shooting.

Protection

(1)Single image (select image)
(2) Select range
(3) All images in a folder
(4) All images on card
• Image browsing and image search can be based on ratings.
• Ratings-based image selections also possible with DPP.
(5) All found images (only during image search)





Erase

Except protected images
(1) Select images to erase
(2) Select range
(3) All images in folder
(4) All images on card
(5) All found images (only during image search)




Compatible Printers

Not supported

DPOF

Compliant to DPOF Version 1.1

Standards Compliance

IEEE 802.11a/ac/b/g/n

Transmission Method

DS-SS modulation (IEEE 802.11b)
OFDM modulation (IEEE 802.11g/n/a/ac)

Transition Frequency (Central Frequency)

2.4 GHz band
Frequency: 2412 to 2462 MHz
Channels: 1 to 11 channels

5 GHz band
Frequency: 5180 to 5825 MHz
Channels: 36 to 165 channels





Connection Method

(1) Camera access point mode
(2) Infrastructure mode

Security

Connection Method Authentication Encryption
Encryption Key Format and Length
Camera Access Point WPA2/WPA3-Personal AES • ASCII 8 characters
Disable
Open WEP • Hexadecimal 10 digits
• Hexadecimal 26 digits
• ASCII 5 characters
• ASCII 13 characters


Infrastructure
Disable
Shared key WEP Same as WEP above
WPA/WPA2/WPA3-Personal TKIP
AES
• Hexadecimal 64 digits
• ASCII 8–63 characters
WPA/WPA2/WPA3-Enterprise

Communication with a Smartphone

Images can be viewed, controlled, and received using a smartphone.
Remote control of the camera using a smartphone is possible depending on the Camera Connect specifications.
Images can be sent to a smartphone.

Remote Operation Using EOS Utility

The camera can be controlled via Wi-Fi® using EOS Utility.

Print from Wi-Fi® Printers

Not supported.

Send Images to a Web Service

Still photos (RAW, C-RAW, HEIF, and JPEG) and movies (MP4) can be uploaded to image.canon server album. With the image.canon server, images can be sent to social media or a photo album link can be sent (by the image.canon specifications).

Standards Compliance

Bluetooth Specification Version 5.0 compliant (Bluetooth low energy technology)

Transmission Method

GFSK modulation

Custom Functions

34 Custom Functions are settable.

Custom Controls

Customizable Buttons

Shutter button (half-press)
Movie button
Multi-function button
Multi-function 2 button
LCD panel illumination button
MODE button
AF-ON button
Smart controller
AE Lock button
AF point button
DOF preview button
Lens Function button
Set button
Multi-controllers

 

Customizable Dials

Main dial
Quick control dial 1 & 2
Multi-controllers
Touch control
Smart controller
Control ring

My Menus Registration

• Up to six items from the menu items and the top-tier items of Custom Functions can be registered to each tab.
• Up to five My Menu tabs can be added.

My Menu tab overall operations • Add My Menu tab
• Delete all My Menu tabs
• Delete all items
• Menu display (display method)


My Menu tab detailed operations • Selecting a registered item
• Sorting registered items
• Deleting selected registered items
• Deleting registered items in a batch
• Deleting tabs
• Changing a tab name (16 ASCII characters)




USB Terminal

Equivalent to Hi-Speed USB (USB 3.2 Gen 2)
• Terminal type: USB Type-C
• For computer communication / smartphone communication
• For in-camera charging with USB Power Adapter PD-E1
*Powering the camera while using PD-E1 is not supported
•For in-camera charging and powering the camera with non-Canon USB PD-compliant devices for which operation has been verified.




Ethernet Terminal

RJ-45 Terminal

Video Out Terminal

HDMI micro OUT terminal Type D (Resolution switches automatically) / CEC not compatible
• Images can be displayed through the HDMI output and on screen at the same time.
• Images will not be displayed unless [NTSC] or [PAL] is properly set according to the video system of the TV set.

Clean HDMI output

Provided

Microphone input terminal

3.5mm diameter stereo mini jack

Headphone terminal

3.5mm diameter stereo mini jack

Battery

LP-E19
• LP-E4 cannot be used
• LP-E4N is also compatible, but charging with Battery Charger LC-E19 is not recommended, in consideration of safety standards for AV/ICT products (as described in IEC 62368-1).

USB charging/ power conditions

LP-E19 battery can be charged using USB Power Adapter PD-E1 while camera is turned OFF
(LP-E4N is not supported).

Powering the camera while using PD-E1 is not supported.


AC Power Source

AC adapter AC-E19
DC coupler DR-E19

Number of shots available

Shooting Method Temperature Battery Life (Approx. number of shots)
Power Saving Smooth
Viewfinder +23°C / 73°F 620 440
Screen 860 760

Battery Check





Automatic battery check when the power switch is turned ON.
Displayed in 6 levels on top LCD panel.
• Battery level can be checked on the LCD panel and in the viewfinder.
Battery Info display in Set-up Menu:
•Type of power source used.
•Remaining capacity (percentage of battery charge remaining).
•Recharge performance: (3-level display of battery's ability to hold a charge)









Start-up Time

Approx. 0.4 sec.
• Based on CIPA testing standards.

Dimensions (W x H x D)

Approx. 5.91 x 5.61 x 3.43 in. / 150 x 142.6 x 87.2mm
• Based on CIPA standards.

Weight

Body (including battery and CFexpress card)
*Based on CIPA standards.
Approx. 2.24 lbs. Approx. 1015g
Body only Approx. 1.81 lbs. Approx. 822g

* Not including body cap, eyecup, or cover for the multi-function shoe.

Working Temperature Range

32–104°F / 0–+40°C

Working Humidity Range

85% or less

Maximum durations of shooting until recording stops in respective modes by heat. (Max. approx.)1

Format Canon's measurement-condition:
Recording begins from cold start at the ambient temperature of 23°C2
Auto power off temperature: Standard Auto power off temperature:
High3,4
6K 60p RAW 25 min. 60 min. or more
4K 120p ALL-I 12 min.
4K 60p (6K oversampling) ALL-I 60 min. or more
4K 30p (6K oversampling) ALL-I Not limited by heat

1. Confirmed with a 325GB card based on Canon's testing standard
2. The maximum duration of shooting may be shorter under some circumstances even if recording begins from a cold start, due to a rise in temperature inside the camera caused by pre-shooting camera setting operations or by prolonged use of the Live View mode. When the card is full, movie recording stops automatically. In this case, duration time when you erase the data and restart shooting.
3. When set to Auto power off temperature: High, the card can get very hot and may even cause burns when being removed from the card slot.
4. Durations of shooting may not change between the [Standard] and [High] settings, depending on types of cards used.


EOS R3

EOS R3
  • EOS R3 Camera Body
  • Battery Pack LP-E19
  • Battery Charger LC-E19
  • Strap ER-L1
  • Eyecup ER-h
  • Accessory Shoe Cover
  • Dustcap R-F-5
  • Battery Pack Cover
  • Power Cord
  • Interface Cable IFC-100U
  • Interface Cable IFC-100U Protector
  • Packing Cover

Compatible Supplies & Accessories

Canon offers a wide range of compatible supplies and accessories that can enhance your user experience with you EOS R3 that you can purchase direct. Scroll down to easily select items to add to your shopping cart for a faster, easier checkout. Visit the Canon Online Store

 

 

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Videos

 

The Canon EOS R3 Has Arrived

 

The next level in mirrorless has arrived. With amazing autofocus, incredible speed and breathtaking image quality, the full-frame EOS R3 mirrorless camera can help you outpace and outperform expectations. Don’t believe us? See and hear for yourself!

 

Behind The Scenes with the Canon EOS R3

 

Professional photographers from the U.S.A., Canada and Europe put the EOS R3 to the test and share their excitement about what they each discovered. You’ll want to take a listen!

 

Official Canon EOS R3 Introduction

 

Featuring elements from the EOS R5 and the durability of an EOS-1D series camera, the EOS R3 also boasts a number of impressive features such as Eye Control AF and Vehicle Tracking that makes it stand out on its own. Discover all that this robust, full-frame mirrorless camera has to offer with this exciting look into the EOS R3.

 

Discover the EOS R3 with Rudy Winston

 

Learn about the EOS R3 and what makes it so newsworthy for today’s professional photographers from Canon U.S.A.’s own Rudy Winston.

 

Canon Explorer of Light Keith Ladzinski and the EOS R3

 

Take a journey to Botswana with professional photographer Keith Ladzinski and the EOS R3, and see why it was the ideal camera to capture wildlife, birds, and amazing imagery overall.

 

Behind The Scenes with Keith Ladzinski and the EOS R3

 

Get a behind the scenes look at Explorer of Light, Keith Ladzinski, as he takes the EOS R3 to Botswana and puts it to the test.

 

Canon Explorer of Light Vanessa Joy and the EOS R3

 

See why professional photographer Vanessa Joy is excited about the EOS R3 and what it and she can accomplish for all their future wedding, fashion, and overall shooting endeavors together.

 

Behind The Scenes with Vanessa Joy and the EOS R3

 

Hear from Canon Explorer of Light, Vanessa Joy, about her experience shooting with the EOS R3 and capturing impressive images and video on the set of her EOS R3 film.

 

Canon Explorer of Light Larry Chen and the EOS R3

 

See some of the amazing images captured by professional photographer Larry Chen once he got his hands on not one, but two, EOS R3 cameras.

 

Behind The Scenes with Larry Chen and the EOS R3

 

Take a look behind the scenes to see how Canon Explorer of Light, Larry Chen, used new features in the EOS R3 like Vehicle Detection for cars and motorcycles and Eye Control AF to get some of his favorite shots of the year.

 

Canon Explorer of Light Atiba Jefferson and the EOS R3

 

Shooting subjects on the move like someone skateboarding is something professional photographer Atiba Jefferson is extremely familiar with, yet doing so with the EOS R3 helped make the experience so much easier. Take a look.

 

Behind The Scenes with Atiba Jefferson and the EOS R3

 

Find out how EOS R3 features like Eye Control AF and enhanced subject detection helped Canon Explorer of Light, Atiba Jefferson, take his passion of shooting sports to the next level.

 

Canon Europe Ambassador Vladimir Rys and the EOS R3

 

Watch what happened when professional sports photographer, Vladimir Rys, got his hands on the Canon EOS R3 and took it for a test drive, with amazing results.

 

Behind The Scenes with Vladimir Rys and the EOS R3

 

See Canon Europe Ambassador Vladimir Rys behind the scenes capturing superb images with the EOS R3, whether using Eye Control AF, Vehicle Detection and more, even by letting the R3 fly on a drone.

 

Professional Photographer Jacquie Matechuk and the EOS R3

 

It didn’t take long once the Canon EOS R3 arrived in Jacquie Matechuk’s hands in Canada for her to realize what a game changer this camera can be. Let her show you why you’ll want to get it into your hands, too.

 

Behind The Scenes with Jacquie Matechuk and the EOS R3

 

Cinematographer Rupert Walker takes us behind the scenes with professional photographer, Jacquie Matechuk, to show us how the EOS R3 and its impressive build and feature set left a lasting impression.

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DISCLAIMERS


*As of September 2021.
**In electronic shutter mode.
1. For still images.
2. Effectiveness varies depending on the subject. In some cases, dogs, cats or birds may not be detected, while some animals other than dogs, cats or birds may be detected.
3. Blackouts may occur in some cases, such as when the built-in memory is full or when the flash battery is fully recharged after the battery ran out during continuous shooting.

† Prices and specifications subject to change without notice. Actual prices are determined by individual dealers and may vary.

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