Canon EOS R10 Mirrorless Camera perfect next step in photography. Whether you’re moving on from your first DSLR or from a smartphone or compact camera – the EOS R10 simply gives you more. More technology, more features, more portability, more creativity.
Launch offer with Canon Mount Adapter EF-EOS R
Upgrade from your DSLR with ease thanks to our launch offer: included in the box is the Canon Mount Adapter EF-EOS R. Use your existing EF and EF-S lenses from your DSLR and keep the same quality, performance and functionality with the EOS R10. Subject to availability during the launch of the Canon EOS R7 and EOS R10 only.
The EOS R10 features our renowned Dual Pixel CMOS AF II focusing system, programmed using deep-learning AI technology for advanced subject recognition. It’s fast, precise and incredibly sensitive in low light – accurate in situations lit only by moonlight, in fact.
Experience a new kind of autofocus
The EOS R10 can recognise people, vehicles and animals – such as cats, dogs and birds – tracking them as they move anywhere in the frame. Even fast-moving subjects are rendered pin sharp. When photographing people, the EOS R10 first prioritises your subject’s eyes – the ‘window to the soul’. If these aren’t visible, then the face is tracked instead. And if your subject turns away for a moment, the head is next in line, followed by the body.
React instinctively, capturing fleeting moments in time with bursts of high-speed shooting – ideal for wildlife and sports photography. The EOS R10 can capture continuous bursts of RAW, JPEG or HEIF images at up to 15 frames1 per second (or 23 fps5 using the camera’s electronic shutter). All while the camera tracks the subject across the frame, continuously adjusting focus and exposure in response to the changing scene.
Capturing split-second moments
In RAW Burst mode, photos can be captured at up to 30fps with a 75 per cent crop, with the images being stored in a single movie file for neat and easy organisation. Individual images can then be extracted, processed and edited with our free Digital Photo Professional (DPP) software. When Pre-Shooting is enabled in the camera’s menu, the EOS R10 captures 0.5 sec of action from before the shutter release button is pressed, so you’ll always catch that magical perfect moment.
Quick to respond
The camera reacts quickly to your commands too, giving you a huge advantage when it comes to capturing the decisive moment. A DIGIC X processor delivers responsive handling and minimal viewfinder lag or blackout, so you’ll always feel connected to your subject.
Photographers can choose to shoot either JPEG or HEIF files, or capture RAW files for maximum flexibility in post-production. Our Dual Pixel RAW technology even lets you enhance your images by micro-adjusting sharpness and bokeh and reducing ghosting.
The perfect balance
A 24.2 megapixel sensor gives you the ideal balance of detail, speed and low-light performance. A maximum sensitivity of ISO 32000 (extendable to ISO 51,200) allows for more detail and less noise when shooting in the dark. There’s also a built-in flash, giving you a little more light when you need it.
4K that defies expectation
The EOS R10 captures extraordinary 4K video footage that looks superb on UHD displays and allows cropping without loss of quality when editing for Full HD projects. Filmmakers can choose between 4K/60p, for the silky-smooth reproduction of moving objects and slow-motion effects, or stunning oversampled 4K/30p created from the 6K output from the camera’s 24.2 megapixel sensor. The results have to be seen to be believed.
Super smooth motion
When shooting in Full HD mode, frame rates up to 120fps can be used, revealing even more subtleties in the motion of moving objects. And for slow moving scenes, the ability to create awesome 4K and Full HD time-lapse movies in-camera adds even more to your creative arsenal.
There is even an OVF Assist mode to help those transitioning from cameras with optical viewfinders, such as DSLRs.
The EOS R10’s 2.36 million dot EVF shows exactly how a captured image will appear, from depth of field to white balance and Picture Style. It’s comfortable, easy to use and is customisable so you can see just the information you need.
Vari-Angle touchscreen display
The EVF is complemented by a large 7.5cm, 1.04 million dot Vari-Angle touchscreen display that lets you compose and shoot from high up or low down, so you can take a different view of your subject.
A system designed for the future, today
The EOS R10 is a member of the EOS R system – a collection of cameras, lenses and accessories designed from the ground up to deliver superb photography and video, now and into the future. A faster, wider (54mm) lens mount allows new levels of performance, which translates in new ways for you to be creative.
Integrate and expand
However, you can still use your existing EF and EF-S lenses too, thanks to a trio of lens mount adapters. These can also add extra functionality, like customisable controls or a variable ND filter.
The APS-C advantage
Because the EOS R10 is built around an APS-C sized sensor, lenses offer 1.6x more telephoto reach than equivalent focal lengths on a full-frame camera. Get right next to your subject for frame-filling wildlife and action shots that are full of impact.
Learn and grow as your shoot
For those who are new to EOS, or new to photography, a guided user interface helps you develop your skills as well as teaching you how your camera works. When you’re ready to go solo, the standard camera interface is so intuitive and user-friendly you might even forget it’s there.
Always stay connected
Built-in Bluetooth Low Energy maintains an always on connection, allowing 2.4GHz Wi-Fi to be activated seamlessly when images need to be transferred. It’s also possible to control the camera remotely from your smart device running the Canon Camera Connect app: seeing what it sees, changing settings and capturing photos and video. For simpler remote operation, the BR-E1 wireless Bluetooth controller is also available. The EOS R10 also features USB-C for in-camera charging and tethered shooting to PC/Mac computers.
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