A brief hands on with Canon’s first Full Frame Mirror-less, the EOS-R before it hits the shelves on October 9th.
Cameras have been getting smaller and more versatile than ever. While DSLRs still dominate the market, mirror-less are catching up fast.
So after Sony (being the market leader in full frame mirror-less cameras) it was Nikon and finally Canon caught up to the mirror-less game.
At times Canon can be really reserved and sluggish at delivering certain features for some of it’s most premium cameras, but generally when it does it is one of the best out there.
Being a Canon user myself I was pretty excited at the launch and when finally got a chance to get my hands on one before it actually hits the shelves, I could not be more excited. Top of that, this was an actually working model and not a pre-production one.
A special thanks to team #pixelconnection and #CanonUSA for bringing this together.
This is not a review or comparison post, rather a look at some of the features I really loved about the camera and some not that good (when compared its mirrored brother – the Canon EOS 5Dmk IV)
Every year, during the end of September to start of October, weeks before it is covered in beautiful, colourful foliages of all hues, a 400 ton ‘beast’ chugs through the scenic valley of Cuyahoga National Park and provides visitors with an unique experience to cherish a lifetime.
Riding on this 400 ton of historic wonder I was left awestruck on my first ride of the Nickel Plate Road no. 765 last year and could not wait to share my experience of the same with everyone.
Ironically, with a major overhaul on way for my photo blog, things had to wait.