CANON R10 with RF-S 18-45 mm
Realistically, this is about as small as RF-mount cameras are likely to get
– which is to say, not quite as diddy as EOS-M series like the Canon EOS M50 Mark II.
Those cameras will live on, albeit looking wistfully
through the garden fence as photographers play fetch with Canon’s new APS-C darlings, the R7 and R10.
On top, the Camera again looks like a Rebel SL3 / EOS 250D,
with a mode dial joined by front and rear command dials, a multi-function button and a video record button
Around the back, it’s a similar setup to the pricier Canon EOS R7. There’s a fully articulating touchscreen that can flip forwards for video shooters and, helpfully, an AF joystick
This is a feature that affordable cameras often jettison in the name of simplicity
but it’s a real boon for photographers who are looking to quickly move AF points. And that’s likely to be the case when you have a powerful autofocus system with 651 AF point
In conclusion we Believe that this camera is one of the best travel camera in the market
in value against price