Canon Eos R is the first full-featured EOS camera to be released in North America and Europe, and Canon has announced the camera’s official name is EOS-R.
The new EOS, which will launch at the end of April, features a 12MP main camera, 5MP rear camera, an 8MP f/2.0 prime lens and a 2MP selfie cam.
Canon has also announced that the EOS will be available in three models, the Epson T6, T6i, and T6s.
The T6 will be a budget-friendly Epson option that starts at $5,000.
The camera will also be available with a wide variety of options, including 3D-sensor, 1.8X zoom, manual focus, manual exposure, and a wide range of image settings.
The Epson models have a variety of other accessories, including an infrared sensor, built-in microphone, a digital compass, and Wi-Fi.
The Canon T6 is expected to cost $1,499, while the E6, the successor to the T6 series, is expected at $1.9 million.
The first Canon Epson cameras will be launched later this year.
The R Canon E1 is the cheapest of the bunch, with a starting price of $4,199.
Canon also has a range of R-series Epson lenses.
The best-selling Canon R lens for 2018 is the $1 million R-C100, which has a focal length of 1.2X, a focal ratio of 28:1, and is compatible with a number of digital SLRs.
Canon is also offering an R1 model that retails for $1/2 million, which is compatible only with a range a number digital SLR cameras.
The T5 is the flagship camera of the R Canon range, and it’s priced at $2,199, with an 8-megapixel sensor.
It features a f/1.8 prime lens, a 24-50mm zoom lens, and an optional 3-axis stabilizer.
Canon says the T5 will be able to capture a wider variety of images, including landscapes, cityscapes, and underwater.
The 5-megapixels, 2-axis stabilized T5 can also record video, and has a 1080p video capture mode.
The 6-megaphore T5i is the best-seller in Canon’s range of full-frame DSLRs, which includes the T7, T7i, T8, T9, and R10 series cameras.
The $2.1 million T8i is available in two versions: the cheaper $1-million model, which retails at $500, and the more expensive $1 lakh model, with the T8-series camera with a full-HD 5K video recording mode.
Canon isn’t releasing pricing information for the T10i, the priciest of the T series, which features a $1 Million price tag.
The price tag of the $4.9-million T10 will be $1 billion, according to Canon.
Canon’s flagship R series DSLRs are also on sale in North American and Europe.
The 7D Mark IV, a full R-Series camera with 8MP sensors, will be released later this month for $439,999.
The 8D Mark III, a T6 model with a 14MP sensor, will start at $3,799.
Canon said it will also release the 7D, which it said will cost $999,999, in a second-generation model.
The pricing for the new R-Lenses has not yet been announced, but Canon said that it will be priced at around $3.99 million.
It’s also launching a line of accessories that will sell accessories for the camera, including a full body backpack, a waterproof pocket protector, a 3-D camera grip, a wireless microphone, and remote control for the 7-inch Touchscreen LCD display.
It also launched a line that will include a wireless HDMI cable and a 3D printer, but it did not say if those will be for R or T cameras.