Canon announces EOS R7 and R10 with APS-C sensors

Canon today announced two new members of its mirrorless R-series of cameras. The EOS R7 and R10 are notable for being the first to feature Canon’s APS-C crop sensors compared to the previous models in the series that all had full-frame sensors.

The EOS R10 is now the entry-level model in the series. It features Canon’s familiar 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor that the company uses in many of its other cameras. Coupled with a DIGIC X processor, the EOS R10 is capable of 15fps burst capture with the mechanical shutter and 23fps with the electronic shutter.

The R10 has a revamped…

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