Canon EOS Ra astrophotography camera is now officially announced. It is the same identical specs to the EOS R, featuring 30MP sensor, 3.69M-dot OLED EVF, dot-matrix LED panel and magnesium-alloy body.
Canon has modified the IR filter in front of the full-frame sensor, to allow the EOS Ra to capture four times the amount of hydrogen alpha rays (656nm wavelength) compared to the standard EOS R camera. Canon EOS Ra also offers a 30x magnification option in the EVF and in Live View, a significant increase from the 10x magnification found in the standard EOS R.
The US price is $2,499. Pre-orders will begin on Tuesday, November 19 at 12:01 am EST at Adorama and B&H. Continue reading “It’s Official : Canon EOS Ra Astrophotography Camera”
Here are the first leaked product images of the upcoming Canon EOS Ra astrophotography full frame mirrorless camera. The official announcement will be in the next several days. Continue reading “Canon EOS Ra Astrophotography Full Frame Mirrorless Camera Images Leaked”
Canon is planning to introduce a full frame mirrorless camera in EOS R lineup dedicated for astrophotography. This model will be named as Canon EOS Ra, and it is already appeared on an internal Canon roadmap for 2020.
In the past, Canon has released several DSLR models such as EOS 20Da and EOS 60Da for astrophotography. Currently, there is no specs about this EOS Ra full frame astrophotography camera..
Canon also has mentioned the Canon EOS Ra in an EOS R leaflet on one of their official sites. You can download the leaflet here. Continue reading “Canon EOS Ra Astrophotography Camera Coming in 2020”