In the next 24 hours, Canon will announce both the Canon EOS R7 and Canon EOS R10, the first APS-C sensor RF mount cameras from Canon.

Along with the new cameras, Canon will also announce the Canon RF-S 18-45mm f/4.5-6.3 IS STM and the Canon RF-S 18-150mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM.

Canon EOS R7 Specications

  • 32.5MP APS-C Sensor
  • 5-axis image stabilization
  • In body image stabilization
  • 2.36 million dots EVF
  • 1.62 million dot vari-angle LCD
  • DIGIC X
  • 4K60p video, Full HD 120p video
  • LP-E6NH battery- Dual SD card slots
  • Size: 132.0 x 90.4 x 91.7mm
  • Weight: 612g (including battery
    and memory card)

Canon EOS R10 Specifications

  • 24.2MP APS-C Sensor
  • 2.36 million dots EVF
  • 1.04 million pixel LCD
  • DIGIC X-4K60p
    Video, Full HD120p Video
  • LP-E17 Battery
  • Single SD card slot
  • Size: 122.5 x 87.8 x 83.4mm
  • Weight: 429g (including battery and memory card)
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  1. It looks like about the same size as the RP? So not quite as small as the M5 but could possibly compete in the same market if RF-S lenses are small and light enough.
  2. Another rumor website has quoted dimensions. They seem reasonable except that the depth (front-rear) of both cameras seems about 10mm too large.

    I wonder if the R10 will be the basis for an M10 or the M-system is truly dying.
  3. It looks like about the same size as the RP? So not quite as small as the M5 but could possibly compete in the same market if RF-S lenses are small and light enough.
    There are photos of 2 kit lenses in OP. 18-45mm is collapsible lens and 18-150mm is quite smaller compared to Ef-s 18-135mm lens.
  4. Pics look interesting.

    Something I don't get:
    That AF/MF switch on the front side. I wouldn't want to have it there.
    Why there? Why at all?
    If it isn't on the RF-S lenses anymore, then make it SW in the camera menu.
  5. There are photos of 2 kit lenses in OP. 18-45mm is collapsible lens and 18-150mm is quite smaller compared to Ef-s 18-135mm lens.
    At least for that 18-150 I would expect similar in-body SW corrections like Canon did before with the RF. So that could lead to the smaller size, too.
  6. Why there? Why at all?
    If it isn't on the RF-S lenses anymore, then make it SW in the camera menu.
    I believe there are also some small RF lenses such as the 50mm/1.8 that lack an AF/MF switch. I guess the introduction of the body switch might mean other such lenses will come in the future. I hope the function of the switch will be customizable though.
  7. I guess the smaller size and different ergonomics aren't great news to many 7D shooters who might have wished for more parity with the R5/R6, the way the 7D2 is almost identical to the 5D3/4.
  8. The R7 specs were CR3 and this mockup post has no rating. The specs and body style don't jive imho. Especially that dial to the right of the vf and the D pad. Oh and MF/AF switch being physical and in the front as others have chimed in about. Not buying it. The R10, sure, I get that.
  9. The lenses are tapered, so they will have a smaller diameter than the cheaper RF 50 and RF 16.
    That 18-150 looks very similar to the EF-M 18-150 both in overall size and "look" from the front, but it seems like it has larger maximum magnification (see post on Digicame-info), so maybe a slightly different design.

    Still surprised on how good the "mock-ups" were, assuming that the images leaked today are those of the real cameras, of course. The R7 mock-up even showed that new rear dial sticking out from the backside of the camera. Only the right side of the camera (seen from the front) was different, (maybe to avoid issues with those images?).
    I do agree with previous posters that some details seem a bit off, we'll know very soon
  10. I guess the smaller size and different ergonomics aren't great news to many 7D shooters who might have wished for more parity with the R5/R6, the way the 7D2 is almost identical to the 5D3/4.
    Only good thing I see is the placement of joystick and main control dial on rear panel.
  11. I believe there are also some small RF lenses such as the 50mm/1.8 that lack an AF/MF switch. I guess the introduction of the body switch might mean other such lenses will come in the future. I hope the function of the switch will be customizable though.
    Those RF lenses have a switch to select what the ring on lens did(Control/Focus) from the leaked photos of lenses these new lenses dont even have that option so I guess another dive into menu for users of these lenses to select Function of control ring though now they have physical selector switch for AF/MF.

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