Imaging-Resource has interviewed with high-level Canon engineering execs during the EOS RP (B&H Photo/Adorama/Amazon) launch. From the interview, Canon said that EOS R will also have Eye-AF feature via firmware update soon; The image sensor in EOS RP is same as in EOS 6D Mark II; the Pro/high-end EOS R body is coming, but will take time when everything right in the body.
According to CR, along with Canon EOS RP coming next month, Canon currently is also working on a high-end EOS R body, and scheduled to be announced in late 2019. Below are rumored specs of this Canon EOS R body: Read More »
As already confirmed before, Canon has at least one full frame mirrorless camera body in testing, and will be released in 2019. And as known to all, this will be the second Canon EOS R body. CR just said that we are likely to see entry-level EOS R body coming before high-end/professional EOS R bodies, so this second body could be a new entry-level full frame mirrorless camera with price tag around $1,500. And we are likely to see a lot of RF lens announcement in next 12-24 months.
After Canon EOS R has officially announced, Canon now focus on full frame mirrorless cameras, according to rumors, there will be 3 EOS R bodies and 5 RF lenses released before Q2, 2020. We already know that at least one EOS R body(EOS R2/EOS R Pro) is in testing, will be announced in early 2019.
As already confirmed before, second Canon EOS R full frame mirrorless camera is in testing. Today Nokishita Camera has posted the code name of second Canon EOS R full frame mirrorless camera, also known as EOS R Pro/EOS R2. The code name is DS 126751 (EOS R is DS 126721), available for body only and two lens kits (SKU: 3380C003AA, 3380C013AA, 3380C023AA) Read More »
Japanese website DC. Watch recently has an interview with Canon Executive talking about the new Canon EOS R (B&H/Amazon/Adorama/Focus Camera/WEX/ParkCamera), APS-C EOS R body, RF lenses. There are a few interesting questions and answers in the interview, you can take a look at below: (Translated by Google)