Canon is recalling batches of EOS R10 cameras

Canon EOS R10
(Image credit: Canon)

Canon Japan has published a customer notice about issues with certain batches of its recent mirrorless camera, the EOS R10, and its 16-year-old DSLR lens, the EF 50mm f/1.2L. It warns of an issue with the camera's flash, and problems shooting in high-temperature environments with the lens.

The Canon EOS R10 is an entry-level camera that was launched in July, combining a great feature set with a price that sneaks below quadruple digits. Canon Japan's customer advice specifies that "A small part of this product makes a loud noise ('bachi' sound) when the built-in strobe fires."

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