Canon EOS R1 Specifications [CR2]

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Now you have it!

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A photographer friend of me was able to test the R1 today at an event that took place this week right before UEFA Euro 2024. It definitly a preproduction model because a few functions were disabled.
But she had a lot of fun using it und took around 3k photos in a very short time (she's a full time sports photographer and normally uses several R3's). The R1 is a lot faster than the R3 :love:
And she told me that uncompressed RAW-Files are around 30MB ;)
 
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So are the files from my R3. Coincidence?

I don't own a R3. So i don't know the file sizes. I own a R6II and a R5. But i shoot cRAW all the time. So i have no idea what the file size should be. Also: noise is a big factor in file size. In my friends case, noise should not be a big factor. She used the R1 outside and it was very sunny. Hmm after re-thinking: her message, that the filesize is 30MB ist very useless :rolleyes:
 
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I don't own a R3. So i don't know the file sizes. I own a R6II and a R5. But i shoot cRAW all the time. So i have no idea what the file size should be.
From TDP:
Model / File Size in MB @ ISO:(MP)100200400800160032006400128002560051200102400204800
Canon EOS R3(24.1)29.330.330.831.932.733.835.2.36.938.840.944.244.5

My ‘coincidence?’ was rhetorical. If it’s true that the R1 produces 30 MB uncompressed RAW files on a sunny day, the sensor is 24 MP.
 
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I don't own a R3. So i don't know the file sizes. I own a R6II and a R5. But i shoot cRAW all the time. So i have no idea what the file size should be. Also: noise is a big factor in file size. In my friends case, noise should not be a big factor. She used the R1 outside and it was very sunny. Hmm after re-thinking: her message, that the filesize is 30MB ist very useless :rolleyes:
My R5 is somewhere between 45 and 65 MB in uncompressed RAW. It's very likely that the R1 is still on 24MP with those file sizes,
 
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I think in sports 24MP Sensor is about right. 30MP would be nice to be able to crop a little bit more. But most sports pros shoot in Jpeg with direct upload to their agency. Pics are live and ready to buy around 45sec after shooting. I don't think agencies like Getty do any editing. They only add IPTC Meta. Pics go live as shot.
 
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