Here are the full specifications for the upcoming Canon EOS R full frame mirrorless camera taken from an official Canon PDF that was posted by Nokishita.

You can download and view the original Canon PDF here.

Canon EOS R Specifications Summary: (Google translated)

  • Number of effective pixels: 30.3 million pixels (Total number of pixels: 31.7 million pixels)
  • Image type: JPEG, RAW (14 bit), C-RAW
  • Dual pixel RAW support
  • EVF: organic EL, 0.71 times
  • AF point: Maximum 5,655 points
  • Distance measurement range: EV – 6 to 18 (23 ° C at room temperature · ISO 100 with F1.2 lens)
  • ISO sensitivity: 100 to 40000 (extended ISO: 50, 51200, 102400)
  • Shutter speed: 1/8000 to 30 seconds, Bulb
  • Continuous shooting performance: Up to 8 frames per second (at servo AF: up to 5 frames / sec)
  • Video: 4K 30p, FullHD 60p, HD 120p
  • Rear liquid crystal display: 3.15 type 2.1 million dots touch panel
  • Recording medium: SD / SDHC / SDXC card
  • Battery: LP-E6N / LP-E6
  • Can charge inside the camera using the USB power adapter PD – E1 (only when using LP – E 6N)
  • Size: 135.8 x 98.3 x 84.4 mm
  • Weight: 660 g (including battery / memory card) · 580 g (body only)

Canon EOS R Specifications:



Digital single-lens non-reflex AF/AE camera

Recording Media

SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards

  • SD speed class-compatible

  • UHS speed class-compatible

  • High-speed writing is supported when a UHS-I compatible SD card is used.

  • Compatible with Eye-Fi cards.

  • Multimedia cards (MMC) cannot be used (card error will be displayed).

Image Format

Approx. 36.0 x 24.0mm

Compatible Lenses

Canon RF lens group (excluding EF, EF-S and EF-M lenses)

When using Mount Adapter EF-EOS R: Canon EF or EF-S lenses (excluding EF-M lenses)

Lens Mount

Canon RF mount

Image Sensor


CMOS sensor (compatible with Dual Pixel CMOS AF)

Effective Pixels

Approx. 30.3 megapixels

Pixel Unit

Approx. 5.36 µm square

Total Pixels

Approx. 31.7 megapixels

Aspect Ratio

3:2 (Horizontal:Vertical)

Color Filter System

RGB primary color filters

Low Pass Filter

Installed in front of the image sensor, non-detachable

Dust Deletion Feature

  1. Self Cleaning Sensor Unit

    • Removes dust adhering to the low- pass filter.

    • At power off only / Enable / Disable. Performed automatically (taking about 3 .0 sec. as indicated on the screen) or manually (taking about 9.0 sec. as indicated on the screen).

    • After manually activated cleaning , the camera will automatically restart (Power OFF to ON).

    • When [Multi Shot Noise Reduction], [Multiple exposures], or [HDR mode] is set, [Clean now] and [Clean manually] cannot be selected.

(2) Dust Delete Data acquisition and appending

  • The coordinates of the dust adhering to the low- pass filter are detected by a test shot and appended to subsequent images.

  • The dust coordinate data appended to the image is used by the provided software to automatically erase the dust spots.

  • Not available with EF-S lenses, in cropped shooting or when distortion correction is applied.

(3) Manual cleaning (by hand)

Recording System

Recording Format

Compliant to Design rule for Camera File system 2.0 and Exif 2.3. Supports time difference information in Exif 2.31.

Image Format

JPEG, RAW (14 bit Canon original), C-RAW (Canon original)

File Size

3:2 Aspect Ratio

Large/RAW/C-RAW: 6720 x 4480

Medium: 4464 x 2976

Small 1: 3360 x 2240

Small 2: 2400 x 1600

    1. x (Crop)

      • Values for Recording Pixels are rounded to the nearest 100,000 or 10,000.

      • For RAW and JPEG images, information outside the cropping area is not retained.

      • JPEG images are generated in the set aspect ratio.

      • RAW images are generated in [3:2], and the set aspect ratio is appended.

Large/RAW/C-RAW: 4176 x 2784

Small 2: 2400 x 1600

4:3 Aspect Ratio

Large/RAW/C-RAW: 5952 x 4480* Medium: 3968 x 2976

Small 1: 2976 x 2240*

Small 2: 2112 x 1600*

16:9 Aspect Ratio*

Large/RAW/C-RAW: 6720 x 3776

Medium: 4464 x 2512

Small 1: 3360 x 1888

Small 2: 2400 x 1344

1:1 Aspect Ratio

Large/RAW/C-RAW: 4480 x 4480

Medium: 2976 x 2976

Small 1: 2240 x 2240

Small 2: 1600 x 1600

* Indicate an inexact proportion.

File Numbering

The following file numbers can be set:

  1. File numbering methods

    1. Continuous numbering

      1. The numbering of captured images continues even after you replace the card.

    2. Auto reset

      1. When you replace the card, the numbering will be reset to start from 0001. If the new SD card already contains images, the numbering will continue from the last recorded image in the card.

  2. Manual reset

    1. Resets the file number to 0001, and creates a new folder automatically.


Simultaneous Recording


Color Space

Selectable between sRGB and Adobe RGB

Picture Style

  1. Auto

  2. Standard (3) Portrait

(4) Landscape (5) Fine Detail

(6) Neutral ( 7 ) Faithful

  1. Monochrome

  2. User Defined 1–3

  • In Scene Intelligent Auto, [ Auto] will be set automatically.

  • [Standard] is the default setting for [User Def. 1–3].

White Balance


(1) Auto (Ambience priority/ White priority) (2) Daylight

  1. Shade

  2. Cloudy*

  3. Tungsten light

  4. White f luorescent light ( 7 ) Flash

(8) Custom (Custom WB) (9) Color temperature

* Effective also in twilight and sunset.

Auto White Balance

Option between ambience priority and white priority settings.

Color Temperature Compensation

Blue/amber bias: ±9 levels Magenta/green bias: ±9 levels

Corrected in reference to the current WB mode’s color temperature.



OLED color electronic viewfinder


Approx. 100% vertically and horizontally relative to the shooting image area (with image quality L, at approx. 23mm eyepoint).

*1 Viewfinder coverage may become more than 100% (up to 100.36%).

*2 Viewfinder coverage may become more than 100% (up to 100.5% of viewfinder coverage).


Approx. 0.71x/33.3° (Approx. 0.76 (with 50mm lens at infinity, -1 m-1)

Eye Point

Approx. 23mm (at -1 m-1 from the eyepiece lens end)

Dioptric Adjustment Range

Approx. -4.0 to +2.0 m-1 (dpt)

Image Quality

Cropping/Aspect Ratio

Aspect Ratio

Aspect Ratio (Cropping)








Approx. 100%

Approx. 100%

Approx. 100%

Approx. 100%

Approx. 100%

Approx. 100%*1


Approx. 100%*1

Approx. 100%*1

Approx. 100%*1

Approx. 100%*1


Approx. 100%

Approx. 100%

Approx. 100%

Approx. 100%


Approx. 100%

Approx. 100%*1


Approx. 100%

Approx. 100%

Approx. 100%

Viewfinder Information

  1. AF point information

  2. Number of remaining multiple exposures

  3. HDR shooting

  4. Multiple-exposure shooting

  5. Dual Pixel RAW shooting

  6. Multi Shot Noise Reduction

  7. Digital Lens Optimizer

  8. AF method

  9. AF operation

  10. Drive mode

  11. Metering mode

  12. Anti-flicker shooting

  13. Shooting mode

  14. Scene icons

  15. AE lock

  16. Flash-ready

  17. Flash off

  18. FE lock

  19. High-speed sync

  20. Shutter speed

  21. Multi-function lock warning

  22. Aperture

  23. Lens information

  24. Exposure level indicator

  25. Exposure compensation

  26. Highlight tone priority

  27. ISO speed

  28. Possible shots

  29. Number of self-timer shooting

  30. Maximum burst

  31. Battery level

  32. Exposure simulation

  33. AEB

  34. FEB

  35. Still photo cropping

  36. Aspect ratio

  37. Auto Lighting Optimizer

  38. Picture Style

  39. White balance

  40. White balance correction

  41. Image Quality

  42. Bluetooth® function

  43. Wi-Fi® function

  44. Histogram

  45. Electronic level



Phase-difference detection system with image sensor (Dual Pixel CMOS AF)

AF Points

Max. 5,655

When selected with cross keys.

AF Working Range

EV -6 to 18 (f/1.2, at 73°F/23°C, ISO 100, One-Shot AF)

Focusing Modes

(1) One-Shot AF (2) Ser vo AF

(3) Manual (Manual focus)

AF Point Selection and AF Operation

  • AF points can be moved by touching the screen or using the Main Dial, Quick Control Dial or cross keys.

AF Assist Beam

  1. ) Enable

  2. Disable

  3. LED AF assist beam only

    • Focus range with the AF-assist beam is generally no more than 13.1 ft. / 4m (at f/5.6).

Exposure Control

Metering Modes

Real-time metering with image sensor (384 [24×16])

  1. Evaluative metering (AF point-linked)

  2. Partial metering (approx. 6.1% of the area at the center of the screen)

  3. Spot metering (approx. 2.7% of the area at the center of the screen)

  • AF point-linked spot metering not provided.

(4) Center-weighted average metering

Metering Range

EV -3 – 20 (at 73°F/23°C, ISO 100)

Exposure Control Systems

  1. Scene Intelligent Auto

  2. Flexible-priority AE

  3. Program AE (shiftable)

  4. Shutter-priority AE (Safety shift possible)

  5. Aperture-priority AE (Safety shift possible)

  6. Manual exposure

  7. Bulb

  8. Custom shooting mode C1, C2, C3

ISO Speed Range

Manual Setting

  • For [Highlight tone priority], the settable ISO speed range will be ISO 200 to 40000.

  • ISO speed safety shift possible with Custom Function.

  • All the expanded ISO speeds, even for movies, are only “equivalent speeds.” Auto

* 1 It depends on [Minimum] and [Maximum] of [ISO speed settings][Range for stills].

Shooting Mode

ISO Settings

No Flash

With Flash

Scene Intelligent Auto

ISO 100–12800

ISO 100–1600


ISO 100–40000*1

ISO 100–1600*1


ISO 400 fixed

ISO 400 fixed


ISO 100 to 40000 (in 1/3-stop or whole-stop increments)


L: equivalent to ISO 50, H1: 51200, H2: 102400

AF Method

AF Point Selection

AF Operation

Face+Tracking AF

Automatic selection (auto detection), or AF points can be set manually and freely in the AF area.

AF prioritizing subjects targeted by Face+Tracking. If no Face+Tracking subject is detected, the entire AF area is used for auto selection AF.

1-point AF

([AF frame size] can be set to [Small])

AF points can be set manually and freely in the AF area.

AF targeting specified AF points.

(If there are faces in the area, they take precedence.)

Expand AF Area

(Above, below, left and right/Around)

AF points can be set manually and freely in the AF area.

AF prioritizing specified AF points, supplemented by AF points above, below, left and right or around in the expansion area.

(If there are faces in the area, they take precedence.)

Zone AF

Large Zone AF (Vertical/Horizontal)

Zones covering specific areas can be set manually and freely in the AF area.

Automatic AF point selection in the specified zone.

(Prioritizes subjects at close range, but any faces in the area take precedence.)

Exposure Compensation

AE Lock

  1. ) Auto AE lock

    • The metering mode for AE lock after focus can be customized.

  2. Manual AE lock

    • In the Fv, P, Tv, Av and M modes, enabled with the AE lock button. (Press again to update.)

    • Enabled in all metering modes.



Electronically controlled focal-plane shutter

  1. Electronic first curtain, mechanical second curtain

  2. Electronic shutter (slit rolling read out)

  3. Mechanical first and second curtain

Shutter Speeds

1/8000 to 30 sec., bulb (total range of all shooting modes)

Shutter Release

Soft-touch electromagnetic release

Self Timer

10-sec. delay, 2-sec. delay

Shutter Lag Time

With SW-1 ON, time lag between SW-2 ON

With the aperture stopped down by 3 stops or less from the open aperture. Without flash.

If the SW-1 and SW-2 are pressed simultaneously, release time lag will be long.

The release time lag may become further longer depending on shooting conditions, such as when shooting in a dark environment.

External Speedlite

Flash Metering

E-TTL II autoflash

Flash Exposure Compensation

±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments

FE Lock


External Flash Settings

The camera can set the following with EX series Speedlites: (1) External f lash control

  • Flash firing , E-TTL II Flash metering , Slow synchro, Safety FE, Flash mode, Wireless function, Flash zoom, Shutter synchronization and Flash exposure compensation

  1. Flash Custom Function setting

    • The setting options for both (1) and (2) will differ depending on the Speedlite used.

Drive Mode

Silent LV Shooting

Release Time Lag

Single Shooting

Mode 1

Approx. 50 ms


Approx. 120 ms

Silent Shutter

Approx. 50 ms


±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments


±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments

Drive System

Drive Modes and Continuous Shooting Speed

  1. Single shooting

  2. High- speed continuous shooting

    • Max. approx. 8 .0 fps

      • The conditions are attaining the maximum continuous shooting speed are as follows:

      • Shooting with a fully charged batter y in One-Shot AF mode at a 1/1000 sec. or faster shutter speed and maximum aperture (depending on the lens), at room temperature

      • In One-Shot AF mode with Image Stabilizer off when using these lenses: EF 300 mm f/4 L IS USM, EF 28 –135mm f/3 . 5 –5.6 IS USM, EF 75 –300 mm f/4 –5.6 IS USM, EF

      • The continuous shooting speed for high- speed continuous shooting may be lower,

      • The maximum continuous shooting speed may be lower when using a cold batter y in cold environments or when the batter y level is low, at approx. 6.0 shots/sec.

    • With Ser vo AF: Max. approx. 5.0 fps (shooting speed priority) [Silent LV shooting: Mode 1]

      • With Servo AF, the maximum continuous shooting speed may become slower depend- ing on subject conditions or the lens used. Also, the maximum continuous shooting

    • Max. approx. 3 .0 fps

    • With Dual Pixel R AW: Max. approx. 2 . 2 fps

      • High- speed continuous shooting not possible.

( 73 °F/23 °C), with f licker reduction, Dual Pixel R AW shooting and Digital Lens Optimizer disabled.

100 – 400 mm f/4. 5 –5.6 L IS USM.

depending on conditions such as these: batter y level, temperature, f licker reduction, Dual Pixel R AW shooting , shutter speed, aperture, subject conditions, brightness, AF operation, type of lens, use of f lash and shooting settings.

speed will become slower when setting the [LV silent shooting ] to [Disable]. (3) Low- speed continuous shooting ( Tracking priority)

(4) Self-timer: 10 sec./remote control (5) Self-timer: 2 sec./remote control

Maximum Burst

  • The number of possible shots and maximum burst (standard) apply to a 32 GB card based on Canon’s testing standards. The maximum burst (High-speed) apply to a 32 GB card based on Canon’s testing standards.

  • The file size, number of possible shots and maximum burst vary depending on shooting conditions (aspect ratio of 3:2, subject, memory card brand, ISO speed, Picture Style, Custom Function, etc.)

  • “Full” indicates that shooting is possible until the card becomes full.

Image Quality

Image File Size (approx. MB)

Possible Shots (approx.)

Maximum Burst (approx.)


High-speed (UHS-II)

Large (Fine)





Large (Normal)





Medium (Fine)





Medium (Normal)





Small 1 (Fine)





Small 1 (Normal)





Small 2










RAW:Dual Pixel RAW










C-RAW: Dual Pixel RAW





RAW + Large (Fine)

31.3 + 8.4




C-RAW + Large (Fine)

17.3 + 8.4




Live View Functions

Shooting Modes

Still photo shooting and video shooting


  1. Dual Pixel CMOS AF

  2. Manual focus

  • Magnified view possible by approx. 5x or 10x for manual focusing (not possible during movie shooting).

Metering Modes

  1. Center-weighted average metering

    • Metering brightness range: EV -1 – 20 (at 73°F/23°C, ISO 100)

  2. AF point-linked evaluative metering

    • For face detection with Face detection + Tracking AF.

Metering Range

EV -4 – 18 (at 73°F/23°C, ISO 100, One-Shot AF, with 29.97 fps)

Grid Display

(1) Off

(2) 3×3

(3) 6×4

(4) 3×3+diag

Video Shooting

File Format


Video: MPEG-4 AVC / H.264

  • Variable (averaged) bit rate Audio:


Video Recording Size and Frame Rates

  • Full HD 59.94 fps not available during EF-S cropped shooting.


4K (UHD)

3840 x 2160

29.97 fps



24.00 fps



23.98 fps



Full HD 1920 x 1080

59.94 fps



29.97 fps



IPB (Light)

24.00 fps



23.98 fps



HD 1280 x 720

119.9 fps


59.94 fps



29.97 fps


Continuous Shooting Time

  • Bit rate indicates video output only, audio is not included.

  • If the recording time reaches 29 min. 59 sec. (or 7 min. 29 sec. for a HD High Frame Rate Movie), the movie shooting will stop automatically.

  • There is no restriction to automatically stop movie shooting even when the file size reaches 4 GB.

  • When the compression method for movie recording quality is IPB or IPB (Light) (audio: AAC), sound will not be recorded for approx. the last two frames.

  • When you play back movies on Windows, movie images and sound may become slightly out of synchronization.

Exposure Control

Shooting Mode

Exposure Control

Shutter Speed (sec.)






A+, P

Program AE for movies




Movie shutter- priority AE




Movie aperture- priority AE




Movie manual exposure



Video Recording Size

Total Recording Time (approx.)

Bit Rate/File Size (approx.)




4K (UHD)

3840 x 2160

29.97 fps

24.00 fps

23.98 fps


2 min.

8 min.

35 min.

480 Mbps

3444 MB/min.


8 min.

35 min.

2 hr. 21 min.

120 Mbps

860 MB/min.

Full HD 1920 x 1080

59.94 fps


5 min.

23 min.

1 hr. 34 min.

180 Mbps

1298 MB/min.


17 min.

1 hr. 10 min.

4 hr. 43 min.

60 Mbps

431 MB/min.

29.97 fps

24.00 fps

23.98 fps HDR Movies


11 min.

46 min.

3 hr. 6 min.

90 Mbps

654 MB/min.


35 min.

2 hr. 20 min.

9 hr. 23 min.

30 Mbps

216 MB/min.

29.97 fps



1 hr. 26 min.

5 hr. 47 min.

23 hr. 11


12 Mbps

87 MB/min.

HD 1280 x 720

119.9 fps


6 min.

26 min.

1 hr. 46 min.

160 Mbps

1144 MB/min.

59.94 fps


13 min.

52 min.

3 hr. 29 min.

80 Mbps

583 MB/min.


40 min.

2 hr. 42 min.

10 hr. 49


26 Mbps

187 MB/min.

29.97 fps HDR Movies


1 hr. 20 min.

5 hr. 21 min.

21 hr. 26


13 Mbps

94 MB/min.

Shutter Speed

ISO Speed (Recommended Exposure Index)

  • Auto setting of ISO speed

    • Even if ISO speed range is altered with [ISO speed settings], the setting is not effective for the normal ISO speed range.

    • [ISO speed settings] is effective to set the maximum ISO speed for the ISO expansion.

  • Manual setting of ISO speed

    • Normal ISO speed range and Maximum ISO speed with the ISO expansion can be manually set within the range set with [ISO speed settings].

  • Expanded ISO speeds: H1 (ISO 51200 equivalent), H2 (ISO 102400 equivalent). Note that L (ISO 50) cannot be set.

  • The expanded ISO speeds are only “equivalent” ISO speeds.

  • For HDR movie shooting, an expanded ISO speed cannot be set. The maximum will be ISO 25600.

Exposure Compensation

±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments

LCD Monitor


TFT color, liquid-crystal monitor

Monitor Size

3.15-inch (screen aspect ratio of 3:2)

3.15 in./8.01cm diagonal (2.63 in./6.67cm width, 1.75 in./4.44cm height)


Approx. 2.10 million dots


Approx. 100% vertically/horizontally

Brightness Control

Manually adjustable to one of seven brightness levels


Clear View LCD II

  • Anti-smudge coating applied.

  • Anti-reflection coating not applied.

Interface Languages

29 (English, German, French, Dutch, Danish, Portuguese, Finnish, Italian, Ukraine, Norwegian, Swedish, Spanish, Greek, Russian, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Vietnamese, Hindi, Romanian, Turkish, Arabic, Thai, Simplified/Traditional Chinese, Korean, Malay, Indonesian, Japanese)

Shooting Mode

ISO Speed

Full HD / HD







Normal ISO

100 to 25600

100 to 12800

P, Tv, Av

Normal ISO Speed Range

100 to 25600

100 to 12800

Expanded ISO Speed Range

H2 (102400)

H2 (102400)


Normal ISO Speed Range

100 to 25600

100 to 25600

1/3-stop increments

100 to 12800

100 to 12800

1/3-stop increments

Expanded ISO Speed Range

H2 (102400)

H2 (102400)

H2 (102400)

H2 (102400)

Frame Rate

Settable Shutter Speeds

Normal Movie Shooting

HDR Movie Shooting

M Mode

Tv Mode

119.9 fps

1/4000 to 1/125

59.94 fps

1/4000 to 1/8

29.97 fps

1/4000 to 1/8

1/1000 to 1/60

1/4000 to 1/60

24.00 fps

1/4000 to 1/8

23.98 fps


Display Format

  1. ) Single-image display

    • No information display

    • Basic information display

    • Detailed shooting information display

      • Detailed information

      • Lens/Histogram information

      • White balance information

      • Picture Style information 1

      • Picture Style information 2

      • Color space/Noise reduction information

      • Lens aberration correction information 1

      • Lens aberration correction information 2

      • Record of sent images

      • GPS information

      • IPTC information

  2. Index display

    • 4-image index

    • 9-image index

    • 36-image index

    • 100-image index

Display selection is available for Basic information display and Shooting information display.

Highlight Alert

The white areas with no image data will blink.


Brightness and RGB

Quick Control Function


The Quick Control screen is accessed by pressing the Quick Control button during still photo shooting.

Image Protection and Erase


  1. ) Single image (select image)

  2. Select range

  3. All images in a folder

  4. All images on card

    • Image browsing and image search can be based on ratings.

    • Ratings-based image selections also possible with DPP.

  5. All found images (only during image search)


Except protected images

  1. Select images to erase

  2. Select range

  3. All images in folder

  4. All images on card

  5. All found images (only during image search)

Direct Printing

Compatible Printers

Images can be sent via Wi-Fi® to a PictBridge-compatible (Wireless LAN) printer and printed.

DPOF: Digital Print Order Format


Compliant to DPOF Version 1.1


Standards Compliance

IEEE 802.11b/g/n

Transmission Method

DS-SS modulation (IEEE 802.11b) OFDM modulation (IEEE 802.11g/n)

Transition Frequency (Central Frequency)

Frequency: 2412 to 2462 MHz

Channels: 1 to 11 channels

Connection Method

  1. Camera access point mode

  2. Infrastructure mode


Communication with a Smartphone

Images can be viewed, controlled, and received using a smartphone.

Remote control of the camera using a smartphone is possible depending on the Camera Connect specifications.

Images can be sent to a smartphone.

Remote Operation Using EOS Utility

The camera can be controlled via Wi-Fi® using EOS Utility.

Print from Wi-Fi® Printers

Images can be sent to a Wi-Fi® printer compliant to PictBridge (wireless LAN).

Send Images to a Web Service

Still photos (JPEG) and movies (MP4) can be uploaded to a CiG (CANON iMAGE GATEWAY) album. With the CiG service, images can be sent to social media or a photo album link can be sent (by the CiG specifications).

A link to a CiG album can be emailed.


Standards Compliance

Bluetooth Specification Version 4.1 compliant (Bluetooth low energy technology)

Transmission Method

GFSK modulation


Custom Functions

22 Custom Functions are settable.

Customizable Dials

Main dial

Quick control dial

Control ring

Still Photo Shooting

Movie Shooting

Shutter button

Multi-function button

Movie button

LCD panel illumination button

Multi-function button

MODE button

LCD panel illumination button

AF-ON button

MODE button

AE lock button

AF-ON button

AF point selection button

AE lock button

Lens AF stop button

AF point selection button

Up key (cross keys)

Lens AF stop button

Left key

Up key (cross keys)

Right key

Left key

Down key

Right key

SET button

Down key

SET button

Connection Method




Key Format and Length

Camera Access Point



  • ASCII 8 characters






  • Hexadecimal 10 digits

  • Hexadecimal 26 digits

  • ASCII 5 characters

  • ASCII 13 characters


Shared key


Same as WEP above



  • ASCII 13 characters



  • ASCII 8–63 characters

Customizable M-Fn Bar

Types of actions: four types (left, right, slide, press completely)

Safety lock: Enable / Disable

My Menu Registration

  • Up to six top-tier menu items and Custom Functions can be registered.

  • Up to five My Menu tabs can be added.


USB Terminal

Equivalent to SuperSpeed USB (USB 3.1 Gen 1)

  • For PC communication

  • For WFT-E7 (Ver. 2) connection

    • Shared with terminal for in-camera charging with the USB Power Adapter PD-E1.

    • In-camera charging: although it is compatible with USB Type-C (5V/1.5A) equivalent, do not charge the camera other than with the USB Power Adapter PD-E1.

Video Out Terminal

Type C (Resolution switches automatically) / CEC not compatible

  • Images can be displayed through the HDMI output and on screen at the same time.

  • Images will not be displayed unless [NTSC] or [PAL] is properly set according to the video system of the TV set.

Extension System Terminal

3.5mm diameter stereo mini jack

Power Source


Battery Pack LP-E6N (or LP-E6) x 1

  • With the AC Adapter + DC Coupler, AC power is possible.

  • When the Battery Grip BG-E22 is used, two battery packs (LP-E6N or LP-E6) can be installed.

  • With the USB Power Adapter PD-E1, in-camera charging of LP-E6N is possible but LP-E6 cannot be charged. The USB Power Adapter PD-E1 is not compatible with powering the camera.

My Menu tab overall operations

  • Adding a tab

  • Deleting tabs in a batch

  • Deleting all tab items

  • Setting the menu display

My Menu tab detailed operations

  • Selecting a registered item

  • Sorting registered items

  • Deleting selected registered items

  • Deleting registered items in a batch

  • Deleting tabs

  • Changing a tab name (16 ASCII characters)

Functions that Can be Assigned (Shooting)

Functions that Can be Assigned (Playback)

ISO speed

Function shortcut

White balance

Jump display

Check focus/Display info.

Movie shooting

Flexible-priority AE


User customization

Number of Possible Shots (Approx. Shots)

  • Based on CIPA testing standards.

  • With LP-E6, possible shots, possible shooting time and playback time will be approx. 95% of the figures above.

Battery Check

Automatic battery check when the power switch is turned ON. Displayed in 6 levels.

  • Battery level can be checked on the LCD panel and in the viewfinder.

  • One of six levels displayed for LP-E6N and LP-E6. The display for other power sources is different.

Power Saving

Power turns off after the set time of non-operation elapses.

Display off

Available time options: 15 sec. / 30 sec. / 1 min. / 3 min. / 5 min. / 10 min. / 30 min.

Auto power off

Available time options: 30 sec. / 1 min. / 3 min. / 5 min. / 10 min.

Disable Viewfinder off

Available time options: 1 min. / 3 min. / Disable

  • At least approx. 6 min. until auto power off while the [Date/Time/Zone] screen is displayed.

Date/Time Battery

Built-in secondary battery

When fully-charged, the date/time can be maintained for approx. 3 months

  • Recharge time: approx. 8 hrs.

o The recharge time required to provide the above number of months with no battery pack installed.

Start-up Time

Approx. 0.9 sec.

  • Based on CIPA testing standards.

Shooting Condition

Power Source

Shooting Method


Possible Shots


Power Saving


Body only


1 pc



Temperature (73°F / 23°C)



Low Temperatures

(32°F / 0°C)



Screen (Eco Mode: On)

Room Temperature

(73°F / 23°C)



Finder (EVF)

Room Temperature

(73°F / 23°C)



Low Temperatures

(32°F / 0°C)



EOS R + Battery Grip BG-E22


2 pc


Room Temperature

(73°F / 23°C)



Low Temperatures

(32°F / 0°C)



Finder (EVF)

Room Temperature

(73°F / 23°C)




Temperatures (32°F / 0°C)



Dimensions and Weight

Dimensions (W x H x D)

Approx. 5.35 x 3.87 x 3.32 in. / 135.8 x 98.3 x 84.4mm

  • Based on CIPA standards.

Approx. 5.35 x 3.87 x 2.67 in. / 135.8 x 98.3 x 67.7mm (from grip to monitor)


Approx. 1.46 lbs. / 660g (including battery, SD memory card; without body cap) Approx. 1.28 lbs. / 580g (body only; without battery, card or body cap)

Operating Environment

Working Temperature Range

32–104°F / 0–40°C

Working Humidity Range

85% or less


The strange looking <   > bar on the back of the camera seems to be called the m-fn bar and can be programmed for ISO Speed, white balance, check focus / display info, movie shooting, Flexible Priority AE or User customization.  It supports four types of actions, left, right, slide and press.

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