Canon EOS RP Reviews

Canon EOS RP
$2,194.99 - $3,299.00 from 15 retailers
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Canon EOS RP

Pros: Compact body with full-frame sensor. Vari-angle LCD. Integrated EVF. Quick, accurate autofocus. Macro stacking and time-lapse tools. Wi-Fi. Attractive price
Cons: Small EVF. Low-cost native lenses not available yet. Inconsistent face and eye detection. 4K video suffers from heavy crop. Sensor shows limited dynamic range. Small battery. No built-in flash
Verdict: The RP doesn't quite earn Editors' Choice marks, but it still gets a strong recommendation. Its form factor and price are big reasons. But you also can't discount the compatibility with Canon flashes and (with an adapter) SLR lenses, which matter to photographers invested in the Canon system.

Read full review at PC Magazine
1 month ago
PC Magazine
Verdict: The Canon EOS RP is among the smallest and lightest full-frame cameras on the market, and is the least expensive full-frame camera at launch, ever. And though its specifications aren't going to set the world on fire, the RP is a likable little camera with solid JPEG image quality that will be a fine...

Read full review at DP Review
1 month ago
DP Review

Canon EOS RP Mirrorless Camera Review: Full Frame for Everyone

Verdict: If you've been lusting after a full-frame mirrorless camera, but thought you couldn't afford one, it's time to reconsider. That's because the new Canon EOS RP is significantly less expensive than other full-frame mirrorless cameras, yet boasts an impressive array of advanced features, robust...

Read full review at Shutterbug
1 month ago

Canon EOS RP Review

Verdict: The brand new EOS RP is Canon's second ever 35mm full-frame mirrorless camera. The Canon EOS RP has a 26.2 megapixel CMOS sensor, DIGIC 8 image processor, 4K UHD 25/24p video recording in 8-bit 4:2:2, a touch-screen interface, 4,779-point Dual Pixel CMOS AF System that can focus as low as -5EV, ISO...

Read full review at PhotographyBLOG
1 month ago

Canon EOS RP review

Pros: Compact and light body, Very good value for money, Generous buffer - better than quoted, Very good AF performance, Responsive touchscreen
Cons: Limited native lens selection, Rolling shutter and crop in 4K video, Slightly sensitive metering system, No sensor-based image stabilization, Underwhelming battery life, Silent shooting very limited
Verdict: These past six months have been some of the most eventual in recent memory when it comes to new photography kit. With three new mirrorless systems, all bearing full-frame fruits, a market that Sony has up until now had (almost) had to itself is now set to become a whole lot more vibrant.

Read full review at TechRadar UK
2 months ago
TechRadar UK
Verdict: Alas, we aren't being treated to Canon's high end EOS R camera, but with the Canon EOS RP we're getting a pretty interesting candidate in the mix. The Canon EOS RP is being aggressively priced at $1,299 and has the same sensor at the heart of the Canon 6D Mk II.

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2 months ago

Canon EOS RP review so far

Verdict: The Canon EOS RP is an entry-level full-frame mirrorless camera with 26 Megapixels, an electronic viewfinder, fully-articulated touchscreen and cropped 4k video. Pitched at a lower-level than the EOS R, it's Canon's most affordable, not to mention lightest, full-frame body to date.

Read full review at Camera Labs
2 months ago
Camera Labs

Canon EOS RP Review

Pros: Very good price, Compact, lightweight, Excellent autofocus and metering, Good high ISO image quality, Fully articulating touchscreen
Cons: Some purposefully truncated features, Limited customization options, Video modes lack refinement
Verdict: It was over 70 degrees in New Orleans by the time I ate breakfast. It would crest 80 before lunch. Having left Oregon's below-freezing temperatures (and a dusting of evanescent snow) the day before, it may as well have been 100 - not the type of weather in which I want to lug around a bunch of...

Read full review at Digitaltrends
2 months ago
Verdict: With the full-frame digital camera market steadily expanding beyond the professional realm, camera manufacturers see an opportunity to showcase the benefits of having a full-frame body to pretty much everyone, from enthusiasts and bloggers/influencers to stay-at-home moms and dads.

Read full review at Steve's Digicams
2 months ago
Steve's Digicams
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