Published Aug 1, 2020 |
Much of the early attention surrounding the Canon EOS R5 focused on video specs, but it’s a mean photo machine as well. Check out this new gallery from DPReview TV, complete with Raw images.
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|Canon EOS R6 Vollformat Systemkamera – Gehäuse (spiegellos, 20,1 MP, 4K UHD, 5-Achsen Bildstabilisator, 7,5 cm (3,0 Zoll) LCD II, WLAN, Bluetooth, USB 3.1, Dual Pixel CMOS AF II) schwarz||2.630,96 €||Shop now|
|Canon EOS R Vollformat Systemkamera Gehäuse + Bajonettadapter EF- EOS R (30,3 MP, 8,01 cm (3,2 Zoll) Clear View LCD II Display, DIGIC 8, 4K Video, WLAN, Bluetooth) schwarz||1.979,00 €||Shop now|
|Canon EOS RP Systemkamera (26,2 MP, 7,5 cm (3 Zoll) Clear View LCD II, Digic 8, 4K Video,WLAN, Bluetooth, mit Vollformat-Sensor) mit Objektiv RF 24-240mm F4-6.3 IS USM ohne Bajonettadapter EF-EOS R||1.749,06 €||Shop now|
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