The Canon EOS R RF24-105mm f/4L IS USM Lens is a great pick for photography aficionados who love capturing high-quality photographs and enhanced videos. It has a well-designed body that is unlikely to easily give away to wear and tear. It is equipped with an 30.3 MP sensor and DIGIC 8 processor that deliver high-resolution movies and shots.
Dual Pixel Autofocus
Dual Pixel CMOS AF, an autofocus technology in which each effective pixel on the CMOS sensor is able to perform both phase-difference autofocusing and imaging functions, Focus speeds as short as approximately 0.05 seconds. As many as 5,655 selectable points is made possible for greater composition freedom when shooting. Low-light focusing limit of EV-6 at the central focus point, able to focus even in low-light scenarios where it would be difficult for the human eye. The EOS R features Eye Detection AF, which can detect and focus on the subject’s pupil. The function is ideal for portrait shooting, which demands stringent focusing accuracy.
The EOS R delivers 4K (3840 x 2160 pixels) video recording and spports supports Canon’s proprietary Canon Log log gamma, which has proven results with the Cinema EOS System of video production equipment. Video captured with Canon Log delivers a great degree of freedom during post-shoot editing and processing and with color grading, rich video expression can be achieved through subtle details of light and shadow. The EOS R can display of 4K video on external devices through a HDMI terminal. When using Canon Log, the camera can output video with a rich gradation (10-bit output) and a wide color gamut (next-generation broadcasting standard ITU-R BT.2020).
Operability At Its Best
The camera features a multifunction bar on its back, an EOS-series first, that enables both tap and slide operations, allowing for easy changing of shoot settings and image transmission. It also features a built-in 3.96-million-dot high-resolution OLED electronic viewfinder (EVF) with approximately 100% coverage. Combined with such controls as the multifunction bar, a sub-electronic dial on top and the control ring on RF lenses allows users to adjust settings effectively while shooting without having to take their eyes off of their subject.