The Canon EOS R3 is a 24.1MP mirrorless camera with Eye AF. The resolution is not too high, but the R3 is ideal for shooting video thanks to its support for 6K/60 fps. The EOS R3 is also Canon’s first camera to feature a back-illuminated multi-layer CMOS sensor that delivers 30 fps continuous shooting. On the other hand, the 45MP EOS R5 costs a lot less. Does it make sense to take the R3 for advanced autofocus technology?