According to latest rumors, the upcoming Canon RF mount APS-C mirrorless camera now delayed to the second half of 2021, previous rumors said will be announced in early 2021.
As already rumored before, Canon will announce two new EOS M APS-C mirrorless cameras in 2020. The first one will be EOS M50 Mark II, to replace current EOS M50. While the second one will be a high-end/flagship EOS M mirrorless camera that above current EOS M5, it will be greater durability and performance than you’d expect from an M5 follow-up.
The Canon’s APS-C EOS R mirrorless camera has rumored for a long time. According to latest rumors on CR, Canon may finally release their first APS-C EOS R mirrorless camera in early 2021. The name of this new APS-C EOS R body could be Canon EOS R7.
An APS-C Canon EOS R body now mentioned again. According to CR, this kind of APS-C Canon EOS R body currently is in active development, but will not coming until 2021.
The all new Canon EOS M6 Mark II (B&H/Adorama/Amazon) APS-C mirrorless camera has a 32.5MP CMOS sensor, and can shoot 14fps and 4K video. To max use Canon EOS M6 Mark II, you’d better to get a fast memory card. Canon EOS M6 Mark II has one SD card slot, and supports UHS-II SD cards. Here are recommended memory cards for Canon EOS M6 Mark II:
As already rumored for a long time before, the upcoming EOS 7D Mark III may never coming, instead an EOS 80D replacement will coming in the second half of 2019 to cover EOS 7D Mark II shooters with improvements. While an APS-C EOS R mirrorless camera maybe the real replacement of EOS 7D Mark II.