Positioned squarely between the EOS R5 and EOS-1D X Mark III cameras, the Canon EOS R3 is an ideal mirrorless camera for nature, wildlife, sports and photojournalism content creators. In addition, as Sony’s new flagship camera, the Sony a1 combines high-resolution and high-speed performance at a level that has never been accomplished in the world of digital cameras and it is an ideal mirrorless camera for sports, news, nature, portrait, street and commercial photography alike. Both cameras are capable of shooting continuously at up to 30 fps…But, which comes out on top?
The Photographer Dustin Abbott shares a quick look at the relative strengths and weaknesses of the two 30FPS sports titans – the Canon EOS R3 and the Sony a1. Which comes out on top? Check out to get the answer!
- Best Lenses for Canon EOS R3
- Best Memory Cards for Canon EOS R3
- Best Lenses for Sony a1
- Best Memory Cards for Sony a1
Via: Dustin Abbott