• Canon EOS Ra Camera Body - Black
  • Canon EOS Ra Camera Body - Black
  • Canon EOS Ra Camera Body - Black
  • Canon EOS Ra Camera Body - Black

Canon EOS Ra Camera Body - Black

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Capture the night sky with breath-taking clarity and record more detail than you ever thought possible. This is a camera with real power to see beyond the stars.

Go beyond the stars

Give your astro photos a clear advantage with the EOS Ra; a compact and lightweight full-frame mirrorless camera with a modified infrared filter and 30x magnification for checking glorious galactic detail.

Capture the full beauty of the night sky

The EOS Ra features a new IR filter array in front of the sensor, which enables four times as much Hydrogen Alpha light to be transmitted, compared to the normal EOS R. This enables the camera to capture the distinct reddish colour of nebula.

Creativity with no boundaries

The EOS Ra is the perfect camera for capturing a variety of astro images. Explore the depths of the Universe and discover hidden colours in the night sky. Take a look at what you can capture with the compact and powerful, EOS Ra.

Compact and lightweight

The EOS Ra is small, light and easily mounted to a telescope. Making shooting easy thanks to its intuitive design and familiar reassuring EOS handling.

Harness the full power of mirrorless

Enjoy shooting in high resolution with no vibration during long exposures and use the EVF to ‘see in the dark’, focusing up to -6EV, ideal for creative starscapes. 

Capture stunning nightscapes in glorious 4K

Shoot 4K video and 4K timelapse sequences of the night sky using the EOS Ra and take advantage of incredible levels grading possibilities from 10bit Canon Log.

Find the light in the night 

30 Megapixel sensor– providing balance of resolution, high ISO, dynamic range with unrivalled ability to post process images and print. High ISO performance up to 40,000 for low light shooting to maintain high enough shutter speeds to avoid procession.