Fresh off the heels of Nikon's foray into mirrorless full-frame cameras, Canon arrives with its own. The EOS R isn't just a clone of existing options, however, taking good ideas from past examples while adding interesting new wrinkles. It has a new lens mount — the RF — that puts the lens closer to the sensor, letting engineers use larger rear elements for better performance. It's built around a 30.3-megapixel CMOS sensor pair with a Digic 8 image processor for 8.0 fps shooting, 4K video shooting, and a Dual Pixel AF system with 5,655 manually selectable points. Its finished with a built-in EVF, flip-out touchscreen, a customizable touch-sensitive rear control bar, and a top-mounted dot-matrix LCD.