Canon EOS R8 Full Frame Mirrorless Camera

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Description: Body Only. Model: Canon EOS R8. Color: black. Photo Quality: 24.2MP. Form Factor: Mirrorless. Photo Sensor Size: Full Frame (35mm) CMOS. Shutter Speed: 30 seconds - 1/16000 seconds. Lens Type: Telephoto. Aperture: 3.5 Millimeters. Image Stabilization: Evaluative, Partial, Spot, Center-weighted. Focus Type: Phase Detection Auto Focus. Image Format: RAW, JPEG. Video Quality: 4K 4320p/60fps, FHD 1080p/180fps. Video Format: MPEG-4, H.265, AVC. ISO: 50-204800. Touch Screen Size: 3 inches. Connectivity: Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB-C, Micro HDMI. Continuous Shooting Speed: 40 fps. The Canon EOS R8 is a full-frame mirrorless camera that combines high-performance capabilities with a lightweight and compact design. It features a 24.2 megapixel full-frame CMOS image sensor, DIGIC X Image Processor, and RF mount allowing access to various creative lenses. The camera offers up to 40 fps continuous shooting with e-shutter (6 fps with mechanical), 30 fps Raw Burst mode with 1/2-second pre-buffering, full-width 4K video from 6K capture at up to 60 fps, and Full HD High-frame rate movie recording at up to 180 fps. It also supports 10-bit C-Log3 or HDR PQ video capture, and a 10-bit HDR HEIF option. The EOS R8 has a 2.36M dot OLED viewfinder up to 120 fps refresh rate and a 3-inch 1.62 million dots Vari-angle LCD fully-articulated touchscreen screen. Dual Pixel CMOS AF II covers up to 100% x 100% area with 1053 AF zones with automatic subject detection of people, animals, and vehicles using deep learning technology, now including aircraft (jet planes and helicopters), trains, and horses. It's designed for creators ready to step up their content creation, and is beginner-friendly. However, it lacks some high-end features such as in-body image stabilization (IBIS), and has a small battery which means shorter battery life. Despite these trade-offs, it's considered very affordable for a full-frame camera.

Price: $1299.00 USD

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