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Canon EOS R7 and R10 APS-C RF-mount cameras launched!

Canon has launched two new APS-C RF mount cameras to expand its growing line of mirrorless cameras.
EOS R7 and EOS R10

Two new cameras!

Canon expands its growing EOS R line of cameras with the new EOS R7 and EOS R10 APS-C RF-mount mirrorless cameras.

First up is the new EOS R10. It features a 24MP APS-C CMOS sensor with Dual Pixel AF. It can capture photos up to 15 frames per second with the mechanical shutter and up to 23 frames per second with the electronic shutter. It can also capture up to 4K/30fps oversampled video without a crop. This can be pushed up to 4K/60fps with a 1.56X crop. The captured footage can be set to 10-bit HDR PQ video but it does not have C-Log 3.

The captured image and video footage go to a single UHS-II SD card slot. Attached to the back of the EOS R10 is a 3-inch fully-articulating 1.04M-dot panel with touch support.

Powering the EOS R10 is Canon's LP-E17 battery. It is CIPA-rated at up to 430 shots per charge when using LCD power-saving mode. It goes down to 210 shots per charge via EVF smoothness priority mode.

Up next is the EOS R7. It comes with a 32.5MP APS-C CMOS sensor with Dual Pixel AF and sensor-shift image stabilization with up to 7-stops of compensation. It can capture up to 15 frames per second with the mechanical shutter and up to 30fps via electronic shutter. The camera can capture up to 4K/30fps without a crop and up to 4K/60fps without a crop but with line-skipping. Users can also capture 10-bit video either in C-Log3 for post-shoot grading or in HDR PQ for true HDR playback via compatible displays.

The EOS R7 saves the images and video footage into two UHS-II card slots.

The EOS R7 uses the LP-E6NH batteries that are also used by the EOS R5 and R6 which is rated for 770 shots per charge with LCD power-saving mode and up to 660 shots with the EVF smoothness priority.

At the back of the EOS R10 and the EOS R7 is a 2.36M-dot OLED EVF. 

The Dual Pixel AF on both cameras is the same. This includes the revamped algorithms that support animal, vehicle and people tracking. Both cameras also include a focus stacking mode, a panorama mode and a panning mode.

Both cameras carry a USB-C port, 3.5mm microphone jack and a micro-HDMI port. There is no headphone jack.

US price with direct to PHP conversion (no taxes and duties yet):

Canon EOS R10 body only - USD 979 (around PHP 52K)
Canon EOS R7 body only - USD 1,499 (around PHP 79K)

Both cameras are expected to be available in the United States in Late 2022. There is no word yet on Philippine pricing and availability.

What do you guys think?

Source: DPreview 1, 2

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