Canon D-SLR users will be familiar with much of the EOS R’s functionality, including the eight ‘Picture Style’ presets (plus three customisable), multiple exposure facility, multi-shot HDR capture, multi-shot noise reduction, and both ‘Highlight Tone Priority’ and ‘Auto Lighting Optimiser’ processing for dynamic range expansion. ‘Dual Pixel RAW’ (DPRAW) capture was introduced on the 5D IV and utilises the very slight variation in perspective between the two sets of image data from the sensor’s side-by-side photodiode sets to enable some slight adjustments (which also means these files are twice the size of standard RAW capture). The processing options are called ‘Image Micro-Adjustment’, ‘Bokeh Shift’ and ‘Ghosting Reduction’. In-camera lens corrections are provided for vignetting, distortion, chromatic aberrations and diffraction. ‘Digital Lens Optimiser’ correction leverages the faster ‘DiG!C 8’ processor and the RF mount’s faster interface. In-camera editing functions include RAW-to-JPEG conversion.