Here is a Canon EOS R10 review, Canon’s most entry-level, APS-C mirrorless camera with RF mount.
At a glance:
- 24.2MP APS-C CMOS Sensor
- Dual Pixel CMOS AF II
- 4K30 Video, 4K60 with Crop; HDR-PQ
- 23 fps E. Shutter, 15 fps Mech. Shutter
- 2.36m-Dot OLED EVF
- 1.04m-Dot Vari-Angle Touchscreen LCD
- Multi-Function Shoe, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
After a decade of tinkering half-heartedly with the EOS M system, it seems Canon has now decided to take APS-C mirrorless more seriously. With the EOS R10, it’s produced a likeable little camera that ticks most of the boxes we’d expect for a £900 body. It handles nicely , in a fashion that existing Canon users will find very familiar, while delivering attractive images . Its autofocus system and continuous shooting speed are both in a different league to anything that Canon – or indeed anyone else – has previously offered in this price range.
Compared to the competition, the camera’s main flaws are its small viewfinder and lack of in-body stabilization . But the biggest problem is the lack of native APS-C format RF-S lenses , or indeed any roadmap for upcoming releases. in having a camera that allows you to change the lens, if you can’t buy a sensible set of lenses to use with it. Unfortunately, Canon doesn’t even offer an APS-C telephoto zoom to complement the kit zoom, let alone a wideangle zoom, or some compact bright primes. You can use full-frame RF lenses, but only a few look really well matched to the EOS R10 in terms of size and price; perhaps the Canon RF 50mm F1.8 STM, RF 85mm F2 Macro IS STM, and the Canon RF 100-400mm F5.6-8 IS USM.Read the review at Amateur Photographer…
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