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The Canon EOS RP Mirrorless - is a compact, lightweight and practical full-frame mirrorless camera for enthusiasts looking to upgrade to the revolutionary Canon EOS R System. The EOS RP is the ideal choice for travel photography and videography , landscape and portrait photography. It offers great potential with all the benefits of the EOS R system, including the world's fastest autofocusi. Canon's smallest and lightestii full-frame digital interchangeable lens camera to date, the uncompromising combination of convenience, ease of use and impressive image quality. In addition, EOS RP users will be able to use Canon's entire line of EF and EF-S lenses for stills and video. Explore the full-frame world of EOS R The EOS RP is Canon's affordable, high-performance model in its line of full-frame cameras. The EOS RP offers next-generation full-frame features, including support for future RF lenses such as the RF 24-240mm F4-6.3 IS USM. The innovative RF mount has a 12-pin connector for high-speed communication, a short working length and a diameter of 54 mm. An all-new RF mount design brings a new level of optical performance, responsiveness and functionality to lenses. Photographers and cameramen won't have to sacrifice the performance of their existing EF and EF-S lenses: we've developed three EF-EOS R adapters; a control ring on one and an adapter for plug-in filters on the other provide additional functionality. Speed, quality and quiet operation to support your creative visions The EOS RP features a 26.2 MP full-frame CMOS sensor and Canon's latest DIGIC 8 processor. in low light. Optimized for low-light shooting, ISO 40,000 (expandable to ISO 102,400) combined with unique Dual Pixel CMOS AF lets you feel confident even in the darkest environments, shooting in light levels up to - 5EViii. During shooting, the camera uses DLO (Digital Lens Optimization) correction technology, designed to provide optimal clarity without additional processing. The function works with RF lenses as well as up to five EF lenses registered on the camera. The EOS RP supports the latest generation 14-bit CR3 RAW file format for post-capture processing, as well as the Compact RAW format, which reduces the size of standard RAW files by about 40%. This means that more frames can be stored on the memory card without compromising post-processing. The camera also features a Creative Assist mode with a range of filters, effects and processing settings so you can instantly get the desired result and share it on social networks. Complete EOS System Ergonomics Compact and practical, the EOS RP is Canon's lightest and most affordable full-frame interchangeable lens camera to date. The camera without a lens weighs only 485 giv, making it a great travel companion when the volume and weight of luggage is critical. The camera is designed for shooting in a variety of situations. The magnesium alloy body is precision-fitted with external parts, including seals to protect against dust and moisture. A truly versatile model, the EOS RP features Dual Sensing IS to reduce camera shake when shooting handheld and has a silent mode for shooting without drawing attention. Up to 5fps continuous shooting (4fps with Servo AF) combined with a UHS-II card slot provides an unlimited memory buffer when saving JPEG or RAW files—enough for action-packed scenes. The EOS RP inherits the familiar and comfortable EOS ergonomics with customizable controls, scene modes and interface. This allows you to adapt the camera to solve various creative tasks - both for the photographer and for the cameraman. An EOS-style comfortable grip, 7.5 cm vari-angle touchscreen, and 0.39-inch OLED electronic viewfinder create a next-generation interaction system with rich compositing and blind control of functions, from navigation through the menu until the focus point is selected. The EOS RP is compatible with a range of EOS accessories, including the EG-E1 Optional Grip (also available today) and the Canon Speedlite 470EX-AI Flash with Intelligent Tilt Technology (released February 2018).