I don't get why so many people seem to think the camera will debut at the Tokyo Olympics. Any Olympic Games is the top of the tree for sports photographers so what professional in their right mind would foolhardedly risk going to what is probably the most important assignment of their career armed with a camera they've only played with for a hatful of minutes. It'd be like a Formula1 driver racing a new car they've only driven from the carpark. It's feasible the R3 may make cameo appearances at the Olympics but whoever is holding it will certainly have it flanked with an EOS 1dx MkIII or something similar that they've used so often it's second nature to them. In any case, as good as it looks, it'll be prohibitively expensive here in Australia (I'd have to sell my pet koalas - no they are not bears, they are marsupials) and a kidney just to buy the battery. As a photographer, not a videographer, I couldn't give a rats fat clack if it couldn't record video better than "VHS quality" (yes, I see the irony of that term). All I need is a stills camera that can fire off at least 10 frames/sec and shoot in low light with minimal noise at ISO up around 12,000+ so I can shoot night time field sports and not have the battery conk out after a few hours use. Throughout today, I had my 90D out and fired off just over 8,000 photos and the 2 batteries in the grip are still over 50%. By the way, why is the R6 / R5 grip such an outrageous price?