CANON EOS R10 Shutter count

High-end mirrorless camera with RF mount and 60 megapixel sensor. Native ISO up to 102,400. Initial price around $5,500. Known for its 8K video recording capability and high-speed autofocus.

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CANON EOS R10 Life expectancy

The CANON EOS R10 has a Shutter count expectancy of: 200000 shots

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Life expectancy in years of CANON EOS R10

This camera should last on average 200000 shots. But also consider that the lifetime of a camera, measured in years, will depend on the number of pictures you take per day. Taking 100 pictures per day, would cause the camera to last close to 5 years. Of course that would also mean that the less pictures taken per day, the less the shutter wears, and therefore it will last longer. Check the next table that summarizes it.

Pictures taken per dayAverage life expectancy measured in years

canon eos r10 release date

This camera is available in the market since: . Which means that this camera has been around close to -1 years. This camera is practically brand new, and its release to the market happened recently, so consider it a good option if you want a camera with a long life ahead.

Timeline of related cameras

At the same time as this camera, several other cameras were put on the market in the years before and after. You can see them, ordered by their respectivate release date in the following diagram.

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