Finder makes money from featured partners, but editorial opinions are our own.

Canon EOS R7 and R10: Price, specs and pre-order links


One of the world's leading camera manufacturers has set the photography world ablaze with its new EOS offerings.

Pre-order Canon EOS R7 on Amazon

Pre-order Canon EOS R7 on Amazon

If you love cameras, you've likely heard a lot of buzz about the new Canon Electro-Optical System (EOS) R7 and R10 cameras. These mirrorless products are offering impressive specs and manageable price tags.

Let's take a look at why the Canon EOS R7 and R10 are worth consideration as your next camera. Both are available for pre-order on Amazon, with the R7 retailing for $2,325.21 and the R10 going for $1,484. They will become available 30 July.

Canon EOS R7

Canon EOS
While the R7 is a dearer offering than the R10, Canon still clearly intends to offer a camera that demands attention at the price point. The R7 has a resolution of 32MP. In electronic shutter mode, it is set to provide 30 frames per second (FPS) shooting and an impressively speedy 15FPS in mechanical mode. It can take 100 shots before the buffer fills.

It features Dual Pixel auto-focus, which appeared to great acclaim in Canon's flagship R3. This is arguably the camera's best feature at its price.

For the videographers out there, Canon claims the R7 will support 4K/30p video while utilising a full 7K sensor area, but unfortunately only for 30 minutes due to thermal limits. The time limit is a bummer, but that's some seriously sharp video we're talking about. 1080p/120FPS video is also supported, and there's an HDR PQ setting for HDR lovers out there.

Other tantalising features promised by Canon include in-body image stabilisation for better handheld shots and headphone and microphone inputs. The R7 adapts the design of the R6, having combined the AF joystick with the control wheel. This makes the camera more approachable to newcomers and keeps costs down. It weighs in at 612g.

It doesn't have all the bells and whistles of Canon's pricier offerings, but the EOS R7 looks to offer excellent value if factors such as auto-focus and image stabilisation are of particular importance to you and your work.

Canon EOS R10

Canon EOS

If the R7 is a little too rich for your blood, Canon has also unveiled the EOS R10. So, what are you sacrificing to save around $100? Resolution is scaled down from 32MP to 24, and in-body stabilisation is gone, meaning you'll rely on stabilising lenses. However, its auto-focus should operate just as well as its more expensive cousin.

15FPS shooting with the mechanical shutter is also on the menu, but with the R10 you can only take around 30 shots before the buffer fills. Grip size is down, as is weight at just 426 grams.

On the video front, the R10 is very similar to the R7, with the major omission being the headphone jack. If Canon really is able to deliver the specs of the R7 at this price point, it will be a tempting option for video fanatics.

Canon is offering a lot for a very competitive price in the R10. If you're reluctant to exceed the $1,500 mark for your camera, it's worth a long hard look.

Best camera deals

Can't wait until July to get your hands on a new camera? Be sure to check these deals out.

20% off Panasonic LUMIX G9
20% off Panasonic LUMIX G9

This durable camera boasts 4K/60p video and 6K burst shooting, making it a truly premium offering.

Buy now for $1,274.15 (was $1,599)

$201 off Canon EOS M50 Mark II
$201 off Canon EOS M50 Mark II

With a 24MP sensor and 4K functionality, you would be well-advised to take advantage of this Canon EOS deal.

Buy now for $898 (was $1,099)

22% off Panasonic LUMIX TZ80
22% off Panasonic LUMIX TZ80

Celebrate the return of international travel by documenting your trip with this exceptional and affordable 4K travel camera.

Buy now for $349 (was $449)

Want even more savings? Head over to Sales Finder or check out today's top daily deals.

Get more from Finder

Ask an Expert

You are about to post a question on

  • Do not enter personal information (eg. surname, phone number, bank details) as your question will be made public
  • is a financial comparison and information service, not a bank or product provider
  • We cannot provide you with personal advice or recommendations
  • Your answer might already be waiting – check previous questions below to see if yours has already been asked

Finder only provides general advice and factual information, so consider your own circumstances, or seek advice before you decide to act on our content. By submitting a question, you're accepting our Terms of Use, Disclaimer & Privacy Policy and 6. Finder Group Privacy & Cookies Policy.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.
Go to site