Canon recently has filed a new patent on IBIS (in body image stabilization) feature to Canon EOS DSLR cameras. According to latest rumors, it seems that Canon will bring this IBIS feature to upcoming Canon EOS 90D and Canon EOS-1D X Mark III.
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.
According to recently rumors on NL, the long awaited IBIS feature will coming to an EOS R camera in this year. And around 2020, Canon will release a new EOS R camera that have a 100MP full frame sensor, to replace current EOS 5DS/5DS R DSLR cameras.
Canon Japan has just filed a new patent “in body image stabilization system for Canon image sensor”. As we already know, the recently released Canon EOS R (B&H/Amazon/Adorama/Focus Camera/WEX/ParkCamera) has no IBIS, maybe we will see IBIS in next Canon EOS R model (EOS R Pro), Canon manager also said we may see IBIS in next Canon EOS R.