DxOMark Published Canon EOS RP Sensor Review: 85 Points
DxOMark completed their full in-depth review for 26.2MP sensor inside the Canon EOS RP full frame mirrorless camera. And the Canon EOS RP achieves an outstanding overall score of 85 points, with a combination of 24.3 bits color depth, 11.9 EV dynamic range, and 2977 ISO low-light score.
Canon EOS RP Key Features:
- Full-frame 26.2MP CMOS image sensor
- DIGIC 8 image processor
- Dual pixel CMOS AF for fast and accurate auto focus
- Built-in EVF with 2.36 million dots
- Touch and Drag AF
- Vari-angle touchscreen LCD
- Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technology
- Easy operation and mobile workflow
- Excellent low light performance
- RF mount compatible with RF and EF/EF-S lenses
DxOMark from Conclusion:
As the first and only entry-level full-frame mirrorless camera currently available, the Canon EOS RP provides an easier entry into the full-frame mirrorless market than the EOS R from a pricing point of view. However, it might be too much to expect the RP sensor to match the current leading-edge sensor performance in the considerably more expensive mid-range mirrorless models. At the moment, those wanting better sensor performance from a Canon full-frame mirrorless camera, particularly with regard to dynamic range, will have to spend considerably more on the Canon EOS R.
This said, noise levels and color accuracy are very good and not that far behind the sensors in the Nikon Z 6 and Sony A7 III. These traits, combined with its inherent portability and generally good mix of features and ergonomics, make the RP an attractive option for travel, street, and yes, even landscape photographers.
You can read the full review at DxOMark.