Several months ago, we already posted that there is a chance that Canon will release a new APS-C DSLR camera to replace both Canon EOS 7D Mark II and EOS 90D since Canon EOS R full frame mirrorless system introduced. Now CR said again that 7D Mark III and 90D may integrated into one APS-C DSLR camera. This camera will move slightly upmarket from 80D to cover the prosumer and enthusiast APS-C shooters.
So where is the Canon EOS 7D Mark III ? Rumors said we will see a new EOS R body to replace current EOS 7D Mark II, though we don’t know yet whether this EOS R body will be full frame or APS-C.
In the near future, we may see two separate “sports” EOS R camera in next one ot two years, just likely currently EOS-1D X Mark II (or upcoming EOS-1D X Mark III) and EOS 7D Mark II.