Compared: Canon R7 vs. Canon R10

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Canon's recently released R10 and R7 APS-C sensor cameras make for an exciting entry point into the mirrorless world of Canon photography. The R7 is geared towards a bit more advanced consumer while the R10 is firmly in the leisure consumer category. Below is how each camera stacks up:

 

Camera Feature

Canon EOS R10

Canon EOS R7

Sensor Resolution

24.2 MP

32.5 MP

Low-Pass Filter

Yes

Yes

Sensor Type

CMOS

CMOS

In-Body Image Stabilization

No

Yes, 5-Axis

Sensor Size

22.3 × 14.9 mm (APS-C)

22.3 × 14.8 mm (APS-C)

Image Size

6000 × 4000

6960 × 4640

Pixel Size

3.72 µm

3.20 µm

Image Processor

DIGIC X

DIGIC X

Viewfinder

Electronic / EVF

Electronic / EVF

Viewfinder Type / Resolution

OLED / 2.36 Million Dots

OLED / 3.69 Million Dots

Viewfinder Coverage

100%

100%

Viewfinder Magnification

0.95×

1.15×

Built-in Flash

Yes

No

Flash Sync Speed, Mechanical

1/200

1/250

Flash Sync Speed, Electronic

1/250

1/320

Storage Media

1× SD, UHS-II Compatible

2x SD, UHS-II Compatible

Maximum FPS, Mechanical

15 FPS

15 FPS

Maximum FPS, Electronic

23 FPS

30 FPS

Buffer Capacity (Lossless Compressed RAW)

21 frames (23 FPS), 29 Frames (15 FPS)

42 frames (30 FPS), 51 Frames (15 FPS)

Buffer Capacity (Lossy Compressed C-RAW)

43 frames (23 FPS), 157 Frames (15 FPS)

93 Frames (30 FPS), 187 Frames (15 FPS)

Max Shutter Speed

1/4000 (Mechanical and Electronic)

1/8000 (Mechanical), 1/16,000 (Electronic)

Electronic Front-Curtain Shutter

Yes

Yes

Exposure Metering Sensor

384-Zone Metering

384-Zone Metering

Base ISO

ISO 100

ISO 100

Expanded Low ISO

None

None

Highest Native ISO

ISO 32,000

ISO 32,000

Expanded High ISO

ISO 51,200

ISO 51,200

Autofocus System

Dual Pixel Phase Detect AF

Dual Pixel Phase Detect AF

Focus Points

651

651

Low-Light AF Sensitivity (f/2 Standardized)

-2.5 to 21.5 EV

-3.5 to 21.5 EV

Internal Video Modes

H.264 4:2:0 8-Bit, or H.265 4:2:2 10-Bit

H.264 4:2:0 8-Bit, or H.265 4:2:2 10-Bit

Canon C-Log Video Recording

No

Yes

Video Maximum Resolution

4K UHD @ up to 60p

4K UHD @ up to 60p

Mandatory Video Crop

Yes, 1.6× Mandatory Crop at 4K 60p

No

Headphone Socket

No

Yes

Articulating LCD

Yes

Yes

Touchscreen

Yes

Yes

LCD Size

3.0″ Diagonal LCD

3.0″ Diagonal LCD

LCD Resolution

1,040,000 dots

1,620,000 dots

Built-in GPS

No

No

Wi-Fi

Yes

Yes

Bluetooth

Yes, 4.2

Yes, 4.2

Battery

Canon LP-E17

Canon LP-E6NH/LP-E6N/LP-E6

Battery Life (CIPA)

430 Shots (LCD),260 Shots (EVF)

770 Shots (LCD), 500 Shots (EVF)

Weather Sealed Body

No

Yes

USB Version

Type-C 2.0

Type-C 3.2 Gen 2

Weight (Including Battery and Card)

429 g (0.95 lbs)

612 g (1.35 lbs)

Dimensions (W×H×D)

123 × 88 × 83 mm (4.8 × 3.5 × 3.3 in.)

132 × 90 × 92 mm (5.2 × 3.6 × 3.6 in.)

MSRP, Body Only

$979

$1,499


Obviously with the higher price tag comes a bit more features and for that reason if you're beyond a hobbyist the R7 is my suggestion for you. If you're just someone looking to get into photography and want to take a step up from a point and shoot camera, the R10 is for you. You can learn more about each camera below.

 

 

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