Canon’s best mirrorless camera for photography is at a record-low price

Canon’s best mirrorless camera for photography is at a record-low price

Canon has made some incredible stills cameras over the years, but there is one that stands tall above them all. That is the Canon EOS R5 Mirrorless Camera that is now on sale at Adorama for a record-low price of $2,899 (was $3,399). A $500 saving is substantial considering how great this camera is.

This is a bundle deal that includes a CFexpress card and reader so you can get up and running right away. If you also want to buy the camera with a 24-105mm f/4 L lens, then Adorama has also reduced that bundle by $600 to $3,899.

Today’s best Canon EOS R5 deal

Our Canon EOS R5 review awarded the camera 4.5 stars out of 5, quoting “The combination of a next-generation autofocus system, excellent image quality, and fast 12fps/20fps continuous shooting means this is a camera that is just as comfortable (and capable) in professionally lit studios as it is shooting breaking news stories at dusk.”

In our hands-on test, we also loved the autofocus. It’s eye and subject detection, as well as tracking abilities, are almost second to none. If you’re into animal photography, then you’ll be blown away by the animal detection. If you’re a stills photographer, there really is little not to love about this camera.

The Canon RF 35mm F1.4 lens attached to a Canon EOS R5, in the hand

(Image credit: Future | Tim Coleman)

Canon makes some of the best cameras and we’ve curated a set of our favorites in our best canon camera guide. If you’re open to other brands, then our best camera for photography is worth a look, as is our best camera for beginners guide, especially if you’re new to the hobby.

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