Here is a Canon EOS R50 review. The EOS R50 is one of the more affordable cameras in the EOS R lineup, and comes with an APS-C imaging sensor.
At a glance:
- 24.2MP APS-C CMOS Sensor
- DIGIC X Image Processor
- UHD 4K 30p Video Recording
- Dual Pixel CMOS AF II with 651 Points
- 2.36m-Dot Electronic Viewfinder
- 3.0″ 1.62m-Dot Vari-Angle Touchscreen
- 15 fps Electronic Shutter
- Movie for Close-Up Demos Mode
- Vertical Movie Mode
DPReview posted their full Canon EOS R50 review. They gave the EOS R50 a “Silver Award” and a scoring of 84/100. From their conclusion:
The Canon EOS R50 is a very capable mirrorless camera, especially when you take its $799 (with lens) price into account. It delivers in nearly all areas, most importantly photo quality and autofocus. Full-width 4K video with 10-bit HDR are big pluses, as well. The R50 is not without its flaws, however. Its controls are tight, the kit lens so-so, and 4K video suffers from noticeable rolling shutter.
While the R50 is easy to hold, with a surprisingly large grip, its rear controls are very tight, which led to many accidental button presses in our experience. The EVF is on the small side, but there’s just no room for a larger one.
One of the major issues with Canon’s APS-C RF-mount cameras at the moment is a lack of available lenses. As of September 2023, there were just three, and since Canon does not publish roadmaps, what comes next is unclear. In the meantime, you can use full-frame RF lenses, but they’re pricey, or adapt EF lenses, which can end up being bulky.[…] in conclusion, the Canon EOS R50 offers a lot of bang for the buck, though the RF-S system has a way to go when it comes to lens selection. It’s one of the most portable mirrorless bodies out there Read the full review at dpreview.com
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