During the EOS-1D X Mark III launch event, Canon has confirmed that they are now focus on RF lenses and EOS R mirrorless system. Canon said that there will be no new EF mount lenses unless they are demanded by the market.
dpreview has a chance to interview with senior executives at Canon – Mr. Toshio Matsumoto, talking about recently announced Canon EOS-1D X Mark III flagship full frame DSLR camera. From the interview, we can see that EOS-1D X Mark III is aimed for sports and action photography, and it looks like we’ll have to wait a little longer before we see an EOS R model aimed at sports and action shooters.
Recently, Japanese website Newswitch has just interviewed Canon Managing Executive Officer, Takeshi Tokura. Below are some highlights of this interview:
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Imaging Resource has interviewed Canon executives at CP+ 2019. Canon executives talked lens strategy, the future of A.I. and more. Canon executives said there will be a lot more coming in 2019.
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.
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.
Imaging-Resource has published a new interview with Canon Executive, taking about the Canon EOS R full frame mirrorless system. Canon Executive said that 8K video capable EOS R camera is already in the roadmap, which means this camera will coming in next several years.