At the heart of the Canon EOS RP is an outstanding full-frame 26.2MP Dual Pixel CMOS AF sensor. Delivering a perfect balance of rich, sharp detail and incredibly reliable low light performance, each pixel is used for both imaging and autofocus to ensure supreme sharpness right across the frame. Along with Canon RF lenses, specially designed for the EOS R System, the result is a new standard of imaging designed to enhance and expand your creative vision.
Shoot anywhere, anytime thanks to incredible ISO
Stepping up to a full-frame sensor brings greater control over depth-of-field and gives you the power to capture excellent images in low light. With a maximum ISO of 40,000 it’s possible to shoot without flash and yet still retain detail and colour. The Canon EOS RP makes it easy to change ISO quickly via the lens control ring or customisable dials allowing you to be a much more instinctive photographer.
Faster image processing thanks to DIGIC 8
The DIGIC 8 is Canon’s latest imaging engine, processing images faster than ever and enabling a more responsive and agile operation so you spend less time in post-production and obtain higher image quality straight from camera.
The power of DLO the moment you take the picture
Digital Lens Optimizer (DLO) corrects both optical aberrations and any loss of resolution caused by the camera’s low pass filter by applying an inverse function to each shot to take the image nearer to how the scene appears to the naked eye. This creates detailed, high-quality images with manageable file sizes, providing photographers with maximum image quality and greater flexibility. The Canon EOS RP is able to access lens profile information directly from RF lenses and use it in-camera for real time optimisation as soon as you take the picture.
New levels of image stabilisation
5-axis stabilisation and Dual Sensing IS provide powerful stabilisation for your shots, reducing image shake, allowing you the freedom to create without compromising on quality. This dual system sees the lens and camera working together in real-time for stability (dual sensing) through the communication system in the lens mount.
Shoot RAW and capture more
With 14-bit technology, RAW files from the Canon EOS RP are rich in tonal gradation making for optimum quality images, which can be processed in-camera or through free Canon software such as Digital Photo Professional for PC or Mac, or DPP Express for mobile/smart devices. A Compact RAW (C-RAW) option is offered on the Canon EOS RP too, for space saving with close to no compromise on image quality.