The launch of Nikon’s two new full-frame mirrorless cameras has certainly got a lot of attention in the last couple of weeks. And it looks like Canon is about to follow. Judging from the recent reports, we might see a new full-frame mirrorless camera from Canon as soon as 5 September.
Canon manager confirmed earlier that the company would shift focus to the mirrorless market. As a matter of fact, it was said back in March that the new full-frame mirrorless was tested with selected photographers. Despite all this, judging from some previous reports, we weren’t to see the new full-frame Canon camera (or better to say, cameras) before mid-2019. However, the latest information from Canon Rumors claims that Canon is launching a new full-frame mirrorless camera in only a couple of days.
According to this website, this information has been confirmed by several other websites, too. There are also some rumored specs that appear on Canon Watch. So, here’s what you might expect from the upcoming Canon full frame mirrorless:
- 28MP sensor
- Dual Pixel Auto Focus
- In-body image stabilization
- 10fps continuous shooting
- Price $1,900
Considering that the new camera from Canon was reportedly tested back in March, it would make sense that the announcement is made soon. Also, Photokina is approaching, and I wouldn’t be surprised that the company announces the new camera ahead of the show. The specs and the upcoming announcement are just a rumor for now, so take them with a grain of salt. But, 5 September is just around the corner, so we won’t wait long to confirm them.
[via Canon Rumors]