What you see is what you get
As your window on the world, a camera’s viewﬁnder should keep you informed without being distracting, which is why the EOS R3’s EVF can be customised completely. Display Simulation mode shows the brightness of the image to be captured with the currently selected settings, while depth-of-ﬁeld, white balance, and a host of other adjustments can all be previewed in real time, without additional lag.
When shooting for extended periods, or when capturing RAW ﬁles that will be processed later, try the EOS R3’s Optical Viewﬁnder Simulation. This turns oﬀ previews of Picture Style, white balance, etc and – using Canon HDR technology – shows a natural-looking display similar to that of a DSLR.
When you need to shoot from alternative angles, the camera’s 3.2-inch Vari-Angle touchscreen lets you do so easily. With 4.15-million dots, it’s the highest resolution screen ever to be ﬁtted to a mirrorless camera, and is very easy to see, even outdoors in bright light.
Flip it out from the camera’s body and it will rotate through 270˚, allowing easy shooting from up-high or low-down.