Canon R Series Mirrorless System Cameras List
- Canon EOS R5
- Canon EOS R6
- Canon EOS R
- Canon EOS RP
Canon EOS R5 Camera Price in Nepal
- 45MP full-frame Dual Pixel CMOS sensor
- 8K video, with an option for Raw or 10-bit 4:2:2 C-log or HDR PQ
- Up to 4K/120p, or oversampled 4K up to 30p
- 100% coverage Dual Pixel II AF system with human and animal detection trained by machine learning
- 12 fps / 20 fps bursts (mech. / elec. shutter)
- 5.76M-dot OLED EVF with 120 fps max refresh rate
- 3.2″ 2.1M-dot fully articulating touchscreen
- 10-bit HDR photos in HEIF format
- 1x CFexpress slot, 1x UHS-II SD slot
- Claimed weather-sealing to EOS 5D Mark IV levels
- 2.4/5Ghz Wi-FI with Bluetooth and FTP connectivity
- CIPA rated to around 320 shots (using EVF)
Canon EOS R6 Camera
The good side of Camera
- The camera is a delight to handle and is easy to like.
- Autofocus is superb with either lens. While taking pictures of our 4-month-old standard poodle puppies, who would never keep still, I nailed focus around 85% of the time, compared to 65% for the Sony A7RIV and 50% for the Nikon Z7/Z6 using their equivalent lenses.
- I compared the JPG output to my Sony A7RIV which is a 60 MP camera and preferred the out-of-camera JPGs from the R6 in both color and sharpness. The 66% fewer pixels were not readily apparent on an X2 image on my 2020 27″ iMac which was surprising.
- Quiet shutter with amazing shutter operational speed in electronic and mechanical mode.
- The supplied kit lens is remarkably good and the JPG output is indistinguishable from the f/4 constant aperture L series RF lens I have (In-camera correction is a wonderful thing). It is slow at maximum focal length (105mm, f7.1) but this only affects low light conditions and the R6 has the dynamic range and low enough noise sensor to not mind using high ISOs. The only reason not to use this lens on a regular basis is its lack of weather sealing and variable aperture over the focal length range.
- Sensor stabilization is superb. I was taking shots at a 1-second shutter speed and getting a great hit rate.
The not so good Side Of Camera
- The camera feels cheap and plasticky when compared to the Sony A7RIV, Nikon Z7/Z6, and my beautiful Fujifilm X-T3. It is solid enough but does not give that carved from a solid billet of steel that the other 3 manage to do. It does not feel like a nearly $3K camera.
- The thumb joystick is too far to the left and I often missed it until I got used to it.
- The multifunction wheel on the back cannot be used to move the focus point, it is rotational only. I miss the ability to press one side of the wheel to get to a function or move the focus starting point.
- The 20 MP resolution is fine if you do not crop in to get close-ups. You soon run out of decent resolution, though not as soon as you would expect. I often use the ability to crop in on my higher resolution cameras in place of a good zoom.
- Lack of a decent constant aperture f/4 70 to 200 in the RF range of lenses. I use my old faithful f/2.8 EF 70 to 200 with an adapter, That is one heavy lens!! One equivalent to the RF f/2.8 70 to 200 lens would be wonderful and means I may always take this camera (I do not want to spend the money on the f/2.8 and I want something more compact).
- The kit lens is without a lens hood or case which, in a $2800 The camera kit seems a little cheap to me. The f/4-7.1 kit lens is not weather-sealed.
- No camera charging cables etc. which are usually included with cameras in this price range.
- 20MP Full-Frame CMOS Sensor
- DIGIC X Image Processor
- 4K60p and FHD 120p 10-Bit Internal Video
- Sensor-Shift 5-Axis Image Stabilization
- 12 fps Mech. Shutter, 20 fps E. Shutter
- Dual Pixel CMOS AF II with 1053 Points
- 0.5″ 3.69m-Dot OLED EVF
- 3″ 1.62m-Dot Vari-Angle Touchscreen LCD
- Subject Tracking with Deep Learning
- Dual SD UHS-II Memory Card Slots
Canon EOS R Camera
- No In-Body Image Stabilization (IBIS)
- No Dual card memory slot
- Cropped 4k video.
These features do not really matter If these are not on your priority list for video/photo shooting style that your workflow in processing videos/images.
- In my opinion, lens stabilization works better than IBIS, but still would have been nice for lenses without built-in stabilization.
- The second card slot would have been nice, but I just honestly don’t care either way.
- If I ever feel the burning need to be a vlogger, I will purchase the EF-S 10-18mm STM lens for around $250-$300 bucks, since they will both be cropped together, otherwise cropped 4k video or full 1080P is fine for my types of video work.
Important Camera Terms
- Image quality – Very nice WOW factor – all I can say here if you are already a Canon shooter the images are crisp, clean and impressive as always
- Ergonomics – very nice – fits well in the hand just like a DSLR but a little smaller and lighter
- Menu system – just like my 80D – very similar if you are already a Canon shooter – it will take me some time to get used to the slight differences though
- Color Science – you get that great all around Canon color science – matches very nicely with my 80D
- I absolutely LOVE the new 3rd Control ring and the fully articulated screen – just brilliant! Especially since I am so used to the fully articulated screen on the 80D.
- Another HUGE plus with having a mirrorless camera – no more micro-adjusting lenses! YAY! WOOT! PARTY TIME! 😎😎
- Micro-adjusting lenses are very time-consuming and a very tedious process to get lenses correctly focused in, even using an automated tool like FoCal.
- Having the new RF fast glass available to purchase and the drop-in circular polarizing/Variable ND filters (Behind the lens! No more purchasing different size filters for the front of the lenses!) – more huge pluses! The other companies with mirrorless cameras do not even come close to these new very fast aperture lenses and filter options.
- 30.3MP Full-Frame CMOS Sensor
- DIGIC 8 Image Processor
- UHD 4K30 Video; C-Log & 10-Bit HDMI Out
- Dual Pixel CMOS AF, 5655 AF Points
- 3.69m-Dot OLED Electronic Viewfinder
- 3.15″ 2.1m-Dot Swivel Touchscreen LCD
- Expanded ISO 50-102400, 8 fps Shooting
- Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, SD UHS-II Card Slot
- Multi-Function Bar, Dual Pixel RAW
Canon EOS RP Camera
The Canon EOS RP priced at 1.89 lakh Rupees in Nepal.
- Sensor: 26.2MP full frame CMOS, 35.9 x 24mm
- Image processor: Digic 8
- AF points: 4,779 Dual Pixel AF positions (143 zones)
- ISO range: 100 to 40,000 (exp. 50 to 102,400)
- Max image size: 6,240 x 4,160
- Metering modes: Evaluative, partial, spot, center-weighted
- Video: 4K at 25p, FHD at 25p/50p, HD at 25/50p
- Viewfinder: 0.39-inch EVF, 2.36m dots, 100% coverage
- Memory card: SD / SDHC / SDXC (supports UHS-II)
- LCD: 3-inch fully articulating touchscreen, 1.04m dots
- Max burst: 5fps (One Shot), 4fps (Servo AF)
- Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
- Size: 132.5 x 85 x 70mm
- Weight: 440g (body only; 485g with card and battery)
Canon R Series Mirrorless Cameras Price List in Nepal
|Canon EOS R5||NPR. 5,00,000 (Expected)|
|Canon EOS R6||NPR. 3,30,000 (Expected)|
|Canon EOS R Body Only||NPR. 1,97,000|
|Canon EOS RP Body Only||NPR. 1,89,990|
Frequently Asked Questions,
What is the price of Canon EOS R5 Price in Nepal?
EOS R5 is priced at $3,899 internationally. Canon EOS R5 is Not officially launched in Nepal but we expect the Canon EOS R5 price would be around NPR 5,00,000 in Nepal.
What is the price of Canon EOS R6 Price in Nepal?
EOS R6 is priced at $2,499 internationally. Although Canon EOS R6 is Not officially launched in Nepal we expect the Canon EOS R6 price would be around NPR 3,30,000 in Nepal.