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Canon EOS RP w/RF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM in stock and ready to ship

Our exclusive affiliate partner Adorama has the Canon EOS RP w/RF 24-105mm f/4L IS kit in stock and ready to ship. Keep in mind for a limited time, you also get the EG-E1 extension grip and the Canon Mount Adapter for free.

Canon EOS RP w/RF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM $2199

The body only Canon EOS RP kit is currently listed as “pre order now”, but that may change today.

Chavim

I'm New Here
Feb 11, 2019
18
15
Hey @Mr_EMan I ordered the RP and the 35mm last week and they charged my credit card yesterday. Hopefully shipping out today.

Then wait for the UPS notice on my door, then ask them to hold the package at a UPS store.....
 
Oct 9, 2014
7
7
Hey @Mr_EMan I ordered the RP and the 35mm last week and they charged my credit card yesterday. Hopefully shipping out today.
Good point. I should check my card.

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Nope, nothing posted there on my card yet. I ordered it with the RF 24-105mm.

This is the first device I've obsessed about getting in a long, long time. Don't know why. It's not even a great camera.
 

Chavim

I'm New Here
Feb 11, 2019
18
15
Good point. I should check my card.

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Nope, nothing posted there on my card yet. I ordered it with the RF 24-105mm.

This is the first device I've obsessed about getting in a long, long time. Don't know why. It's not even a great camera.
Same here, have had the 5DII for years and never really cared about a new camera. Saw this camera and was like, "holy sh1t, this is perfect for me"
 

Scooter

I'm New Here
May 19, 2014
10
5
I'm traveling to Europe in a month and thought this would be the perfect travel camera. I'm anxiously awaiting my tracking number, just like the rest of you. I also ordered the rf 24-105mm kit. Any thoughts on a complimentary lens or lenses for a week on the Mediterranean?
 
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Nelu

5D Mark IV, 1Dx
I'm traveling to Europe in a month and thought this would be the perfect travel camera. I'm anxiously awaiting my tracking number, just like the rest of you. I also ordered the rf 24-105mm kit. Any thoughts on a complimentary lens or lenses for a week on the Mediterranean?
I would get the RF 35mm f/1.8 IS for low light shots in the evenings and also a spare battery. If you have the 24-105mm kit lens you're all set for your trip.
Have fun and kill that shutter!:)
Nelu
 

Tom W

EOS 80D
Sep 5, 2012
133
61
I'm a "body-only" purchaser (with the free grip extender and adapter, of course). The adapter shipped and arrived today. The Adorama site says "processing" on the body, but they did charge my card so I think that shipping is imminent.

In the meantime, I have a 24-105 RF lens and an EF-RF adapter and nothing to mount them on. But that's OK - I have some outdoor chores to do today, and I don't really think I'd get to them if I had received the camera today.
 

mangobutter

EOS 80D
Dec 11, 2014
101
14
www.e46mango.com
I agonized over the RP vs. the EOS R. I decided on the EOS R. I get it today!! Excited.

The reasons that swayed me were:

-RP not out at the time
-RP does NOT do silent shutter (hope they do in a future firmware update, how this is held back blows my mind)
-R shutter is rated to 200k cycles. RP is 100k. (not a huge deal, but it did help sway me)
-R has noticably better dynamic range and shadow recovery. Used to shoot the 6D and 5DII and shadow recovery was always nasty.
-R uses a bigger battery

I do like the way the RP looks with the grip, and its smaller size. But really when it came down to it, I love the ability to shoot silently.

I have a feeling I won't like the mode dial on the R. I like the traditional mode dial since I switch between TV and AV a lot. I like being able to switch on the fly. No idea how I'll do with the R. I'm sure it's possible.. just not sure if it's as fluid as turning a knob.
 

1Zach1

EOS T7i
Dec 3, 2013
68
48
I agonized over the RP vs. the EOS R. I decided on the EOS R. I get it today!! Excited.

The reasons that swayed me were:

-RP not out at the time
-RP does NOT do silent shutter (hope they do in a future firmware update, how this is held back blows my mind)
-R shutter is rated to 200k cycles. RP is 100k. (not a huge deal, but it did help sway me)
-R has noticably better dynamic range and shadow recovery. Used to shoot the 6D and 5DII and shadow recovery was always nasty.
-R uses a bigger battery

I do like the way the RP looks with the grip, and its smaller size. But really when it came down to it, I love the ability to shoot silently.

I have a feeling I won't like the mode dial on the R. I like the traditional mode dial since I switch between TV and AV a lot. I like being able to switch on the fly. No idea how I'll do with the R. I'm sure it's possible.. just not sure if it's as fluid as turning a knob.
The manual lists a Silent Mode, is that not the same thing?
 
Dec 31, 2018
5
2
(......)
This is the first device I've obsessed about getting in a long, long time. Don't know why. It's not even a great camera.
Probably because you've ordered the RF 24-105 with it, that's thing is phenomenal.
 
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Dec 31, 2018
5
2
I agonized over the RP vs. the EOS R. I decided on the EOS R. I get it today!! Excited.
(....)
I have a feeling I won't like the mode dial on the R. I like the traditional mode dial since I switch between TV and AV a lot. I like being able to switch on the fly. No idea how I'll do with the R. I'm sure it's possible.. just not sure if it's as fluid as turning a knob.
Before the R, I owner an 80D. When turning the mode-dial, you had to press-and-hold the button inside the dial. For safety reasons, I think. The way you operate the dial on the R is very similar. You press a button and then you turn a knob. And if you don't want to turn it, you tick the screen.
I was used to it in a few seconds, even less. The big advantage is that it gives room to a great number of video modes, which otherwise would have taken a lot of space on the mode-dial. So only advantages IMHO (and in my humble experience too).
 
Oct 9, 2014
7
7
I'm traveling to Europe in a month and thought this would be the perfect travel camera. I'm anxiously awaiting my tracking number, just like the rest of you. I also ordered the rf 24-105mm kit. Any thoughts on a complimentary lens or lenses for a week on the Mediterranean?
I've done Italy with the (24-105 mm/24-70 mm) + crop sensor, and that was good. And when we want to go wide angle, my wife and I use our phones. Some of the good photos we've picked from our vacations have come from an iPhone. I'm hoping with a full frame the 24-105 will be enough, but I have the old, old 70-200 mm f4 that I take with me when I need the reach.

Have fun in the Mediterranean! Just a bit jealous.
 
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mangobutter

EOS 80D
Dec 11, 2014
101
14
www.e46mango.com
The manual lists a Silent Mode, is that not the same thing?
Apparently for the RP silent mode is just a scene mode and can't be done in AV, TV etc. and possibly (maybe?) Jpeg only? someone can correct some (or all) of those if I am wrong.

Oh 1/8000 vs 1/4000. I use fast glass and sometimes on the bleeding edge.

Still though I got by years with my 6D. i imagine it's not a huge deal.
 

Scooter

I'm New Here
May 19, 2014
10
5
I've done Italy with the (24-105 mm/24-70 mm) + crop sensor, and that was good. And when we want to go wide angle, my wife and I use our phones. Some of the good photos we've picked from our vacations have come from an iPhone. I'm hoping with a full frame the 24-105 will be enough, but I have the old, old 70-200 mm f4 that I take with me when I need the reach.

Have fun in the Mediterranean! Just a bit jealous.
Thanks, I'm excited! I do have the 17-40 F/4 (and the 24-70 F/2.8 ii), but I don't want to carry too many lenses with me. Nelu suggested getting the 35 RF 1.8 and yeah, I might have done that for low light. :)
 
Jan 20, 2019
5
8
I agonized over the RP vs. the EOS R. I decided on the EOS R. I get it today!! Excited.

The reasons that swayed me were:

-RP not out at the time
-RP does NOT do silent shutter (hope they do in a future firmware update, how this is held back blows my mind)
-R shutter is rated to 200k cycles. RP is 100k. (not a huge deal, but it did help sway me)
-R has noticably better dynamic range and shadow recovery. Used to shoot the 6D and 5DII and shadow recovery was always nasty.
-R uses a bigger battery

I do like the way the RP looks with the grip, and its smaller size. But really when it came down to it, I love the ability to shoot silently.

I have a feeling I won't like the mode dial on the R. I like the traditional mode dial since I switch between TV and AV a lot. I like being able to switch on the fly. No idea how I'll do with the R. I'm sure it's possible.. just not sure if it's as fluid as turning a knob.
I've been an R user for a couple of months now. I loved it from the get go and have only loved it more as time has passed and I've gotten nearly all of it figured to my liking. I've been shooting exclusively with adapted EF glass and my Sigma 150-600. I feel they work better adapted to the R than mounted to a traditional dslr. I'm holding out for the RF 16-35mm. Also releasing very soon, maybe tomorrow, is the adapter with either the drop in polarizer or ND filter ring. I got the polarizer version preordered. Literally one filter for ANY lens attached via the adapter! I can't wait to boost contrast and saturation on wildlife on very bright days where I can afford the stop in slowness. Eagles beware, lol!!!!!!!!
 
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I'm a "body-only" purchaser (with the free grip extender and adapter, of course). The adapter shipped and arrived today. The Adorama site says "processing" on the body, but they did charge my card so I think that shipping is imminent.

In the meantime, I have a 24-105 RF lens and an EF-RF adapter and nothing to mount them on. But that's OK - I have some outdoor chores to do today, and I don't really think I'd get to them if I had received the camera today.
Same thing happened to me, purchased the body with the free adapter and grip, this morning I got the adapter and the rest of the order still processing, they could have just sent out everything at once but its ok, hopefully the send them out today.