Capable, customisable, but compromised. The Canon EOS R is a great proof of concept, with fantastic features such as the new Control ring and M-Fn Bar, and offers tangible upgrades to existing EF and EF-S lenses. While it compares well to a DSLR, though, its cropped 4K, restricted 60 and 120fps, and lack of in-body image stabilisation place it firmly behind Sony and Nikon’s full-frame mirrorless bodies.
Ever since Sony changed the game five years ago, the rest of the industry has been playing catch-up. After watching the Sony Alpha series decimate its market share for half a decade, Canon has finally answered back with its own full-frame mirrorless system: