In the words of the late, great Freddie Mercury… “It finally happened, happened, happened… It fiiiiinally happened!”. Yup, Canon has now officially gone APS-C with their RF mount mirrorless system with the announcement of not one but two new APS-C RF mount mirrorless cameras with the Canon EOS R7 and EOS R10. If this doesn’t mark the end of EOS M (even though Canon apparently denies it), then I don’t know what does.
The Canon EOS R7 is a 32.5-megapixel RF mirrorless camera, with up to 30 frames per second continuous shooting and full-sensor width 4K video at up to 60fps (a first for Canon APS-C!) and up to an insane 8-stops of hybrid lens/in-body image stabilisation. The EOS R10 is a lower-priced 24-megapixel APS-C body with no IBIS but inherits the AI autofocus system from the EOS R3.