DigitalCameraWorld has interviewed Canon UK executive during the EOS-1D X Mark III development announcement. Canon executive confirmed that EOS R Pro or EOS RX is in the working, and also confirmed that it will have IBIS and dual card slots.
Sony has already announced the a9 II, and Nikon announced the development of D6, so where is Canon’s flagship DSLR camera ? According to CR, the upcoming Canon’s flagship DSLR camera EOS-1D X Mark III will be officially announced in February, 2020. You can take a look at first rumored specs below:
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According to latest rumors on CR, the upcoming Canon EOS-1D X Mark III will be officially announced in 2020, ahead of Tokyo Olympic games. EOS-1D X Mark III can shoot 6K video with no crop, dual CFexpress card slots and new image processor, and IBIS feature. You can take a look detailed rumored specs of Canon EOS-1D X Mark III below:
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Canon recently has filed a new patent for in-body image stabilization for upcoming Canon DSLR cameras. This is first time we see patent on IBIS for EOS DSLR cameras.
At a Canon event in China, a weibo user has shared us a photo about upcoming Canon RF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM lens compared to the iPhone, from the photo, we can see the RF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM lens is even shorter than the iPhone. This lens will be officially released in late this year, you can get instantly notified when this lens is available for pre-order online.
According to latest interview with Canon executives by Amateur photographer at CP+ 2019. Canon executives confirmed again that IBIS (Canon call this All Optical IS) is coming to EOS R body, and Canon is thinking of releasing a higher-end EOS R body, and EOS M system is not dead yet, new EOS M bodies will coming.
In the EOS RP (B&H Photo/Adorama/Amazon) & RF lens presentation early today, Canon confirmed again (Previous interview also confirmed) that the long awaited feature “IBIS” will coming to future EOS R full frame mirrorless cameras. With optical IS, Canon call this “All Optical IS“. Maybe we will see All Optical IS feature in the EOS R Pro Body first.