Canon EOS RP Body + RF 35mm f/1.8 Macro IS STM Lens

July 29, 2019 - Comment

Product Features Step into the creative world of EOS R full-frame with easeIncredible quality images at any time of day EOS handling without compromise Superb image quality and a natural wide-angle lens for street and travel Great in low light, help capture ambience even in dark conditions View More Canon Items Canon EOS 4000D DSLR

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Product Features

  • Step into the creative world of EOS R full-frame with easeIncredible quality images at any time of day
  • EOS handling without compromise
  • Superb image quality and a natural wide-angle lens for street and travel
  • Great in low light, help capture ambience even in dark conditions

Comments

Anonymous says:

Lowest priced full-frame mirrorless camera I have had this camera for two days, and am very pleased with it. I got the body+adapter package, because I already had an EF 24-105 zoom lens. I have mostly taken test shots, apart from trawling through the menus setting up the camera the way I like it. I did take one shot of a clump of daffodils which I thought was technically excellent. (see photo) I have had a look at the video feature. This works, but although there is an electronic in-body stabilization feature, it needs to be…

Anonymous says:

should be a perfect 10, but when will Canon ever learn? I had an ageing EOS5D which was the ulitmate camera in 2005, but it was becoming too heavy to carry around, so i was looking for a full frame camera that didn’t weigh so much, so the RP seemed to the answer to the weight issue.As for taking pictures, I cant fault it, but it bugs me that it uses the new USB C connector, and yet, for a camera costing £1300, there is no lead in the box, I had to buy one from Amazon for a fiver.But it gets worse, the camera has bluetooth and…

Anonymous says:

My first full frame camera. I’ve only just got this camera – the first full frame camera I have owned – and my first impressions are very positive. I’ve updated from a canon 80D, and found the RP reasonably intuitive to use and get very good results. It is very light and easy to handle.The supplied adapter accepts Canon EF and EFS lenses, but not necessarily 3rd. party lenses. I have. Sigma 150-600mm that fits, but another Sigma lens – 18-250mm., that vignettes on all but the longest settings.My iPad Pro does…

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