Good news for Canon users. Soon, the EOS R series should wait for stabilization in the matrix. Which models will be equipped with it?
Canon joined the group of full-frame mirrorless cameras in September this year, presenting the Canon EOS R model. He did it right after Nikon and it was quite unexpected. Many, however, indicated that the basic lack of a new model is the 5-axis stabilization of the matrix. Now it can change.
Canon EOS R with 5-axis stabilization
The company seems to have understood its mistake because, as Canon Rumors says, another model of the EOS R series is supposed to have a 5-axis stabilization. Certainly, stabilization in the matrix is a very desirable function today. It's hard to be surprised. It not only affects the sharpness of images taken with a shorter exposure time, but also proves irreplaceable when filming, giving the opportunity to shoot from the hand.Most new models of cameras addressed to professionals have stabilization, including new Nikon Z6 and Z7, which is why it was even more surprising that it lacked the Canon model. It is a pity that the producer only now realized his mistake , because we have to wait a bit for the new model. We do not know, as yet, whether the matrix stabilization will work with the lens, as is the case with, for example, Panasonic models. Canon EOS R still seems to be an interesting proposition for many people, especially those who have worked with the manufacturer's SLRs so far . If you have a large "greenhouse" of Canon, switching to a new mirrorless device seems like a good idea. Recall that the body is added to the official adapter manufacturer, which allows you to easily connect the lens from Canon SLR cameras to the mirrorless body. The adapter provides full autofocus support as well as lens stabilization.