Product descriptionTop features:
- Full frame sensor in a lightweight mirrorless body
- Works with your current kit and RF lenses
- Responsive control with Canon's latest imaging engine
- Smooth focus tracking with Dual Pixel CMOS AF
Full frame sensor
The younger sibling of the Canon EOS R, the Canon EOS RP Mirrorless Camera is small and light, so it's perfect for travelling and shooting out in the field. And you still get all benefits of the EOS R System – a full frame sensor in a mirrorless body – so you don't have to compromise on image quality.
Shoot with confidence even on overcast days and at night with the 26.2 megapixel full frame sensor, which captures sharp and rich images. Coupled with a maximum ISO of 40,000, you can shoot in low light without flash and still achieve photos with brilliant details and colour.
All the settings you need are right where you'd naturally hold the camera, with a control ring on the lens and customisable dials on the body, making it quick and easy to get the perfect exposure.
Works with your current kit
Canon's innovative RF mount uses a strong 12-pin connection for improved communication between the body and lens. It's also wider than Canon's other mounts, bringing the lens closer to the sensor and allowing RF lenses to be faster, brighter, and higher quality.
But that doesn't mean your current kit is redundant - you can still use all your current EF and EF-S lenses thanks to the included mount adapter.
The EOS RP is super responsive, quickly processing files and offering up to 5 fps burst shooting, all thanks to Canon's latest imaging engine, the DIGIC 8.
It also lets you correct unwanted optical aberrations automatically in-camera, so you're ready to wirelessly transfer your images and quickly share previews with clients or update your social feed.
Smooth focus tracking
Dual Pixel CMOS AF iss here to revolutionise the way you shoot movies and images. Keep moving subjects smoothly in focus as you track them, and quickly switch focus on the responsive touchscreen, even in low light.
With over 5000 AF positions, you're in complete control – make sure the eyes of your portrait subject are sharp, or focus precisely on the wheels of a skateboard while filming some tricks.