Canon EOS R6 In: Cameras Posted February 1 I agree, but I reiterate there are some understandable reasons why canon would not. For one, they might want to protect the higher models (such as the 1DXIII and possibly the R5). They did this in the Canon C200 to distinguish it from more professional, broadcast-ready C300II. Second, this could be a physical limitation. The EOS R is a very small body. The added processing for 10-bit 422 might exceed those limits. I’m not an engineer, but the DPAF that’s unavailable in the higher frame rates of the 1DXII implies there is an added burden of that feature. Add in-body stabilization? It might just be too much. I’d take internal full frame raw as a compromise with precedent.