Here are more images of the Canon EOS R3

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Here are a couple of new images of the upcoming Canon EOS R3. There haven’t been any teasers from Canon yet, but an announcement is likely coming in the next couple of months. I have been told that availability will definitely be in 2021.
As you can see from the images, we get a flippy screen! The rest of the ergonomics are what you’d expect from a Canon “pro” camera. If it’s not broken, there’s no point in fixing it.
A couple of other things to point out is the massive viewfinder window, I imagine this is for the eye AF point selection. We also get the same AF ON button feature from the EOS-1D X Mark III.
Canon EOS R3 Features:

Full-Frame Stacked BSI CMOS Sensor
Eye Control AF, Dual Pixel CMOS AF
Subject Tracking with Deep Learning
Continuous Shooting Up to 30 fps
Integrated Vertical Grip
Weather-Sealed Construction...

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john1970

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I am glad that they showed a picture of the back. Glad to see there is an articulating screen and the optical AF selector from the 1DX Mk3. I would still like to know the MP, dual card slots configuration, spot meter linked to AF point, and cost.
 

H. Jones

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Other big change here is the R5 style memory card door. Will be interested to see if the R1 keeps the 1D card door opening switch or not.

New video/photo switch at the record button, so I guess we won't have to hit mode and then hit info anymore to change modes!
 

padam

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New video/photo switch at the record button, so I guess we won't have to hit mode and then hit info anymore to change modes!
No need to do that on the R5 either. Depending on the setup, the M-Fn button works just fine (and you always see the mode on the top LCD)
 
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goldenhusky

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Looks beautiful! The tilt and flip out screen is a welcome addition and glad to see the track button from the 1dx3. The price is most likely $6k USD. I was hoping for this to be a $5k camera.
 
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goldenhusky

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From the looks the battery seems to be at least the same size as 1dx3. Anyone know if Canon mentioned it anywhere? If it is compatible with the old battery at least that will be helpful for some folks.
 
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It certainly looks pretty good ergonomically. Would no doubt be comfortable to hold and easy to use. Just has some very odd proportions and contours without a lens attached. But 1D style bodies have always been about function over form...
 

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Looks like it has a slide-open memory card door, unlike the 1DX series which have a lever and catch-type door.