Lab re­sults

An­drew Sy­den­ham’s lab tests re­veal just how the cam­era per­forms

Amateur Photographer - - Testbench - Our cam­eras and lenses are tested us­ing the in­dus­try­s­tan­dard Im­age En­gi­neer­ing IQ-Anal­yser soft­ware. Visit­age-en­gi­neer­ for more de­tails

The EOS R’s sen­sor doesn’t throw up any great sur­prises and be­haves like the 30.4-mil­lion-pixel sen­sor as used within the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV. Al­though it doesn’t re­solve the same level of su­per-fine de­tail as Sony’s Al­pha 7R III and Nikon’s Z 7, which fea­ture 42MP and 45MP sen­sors, there’s noth­ing to say Canon won’t re­lease a high-res­o­lu­tion model in the fu­ture. Users will find the raw files pro­vide ex­cel­lent lat­i­tude when it comes to re­turn­ing de­tail to shad­owed re­gions and can con­fi­dently push high into the ISO range be­fore noise de­grades im­age qual­ity.

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