When Canon released the EOS 5DS and 5DSR in 2015, they kinda blew everything away when it came to high-resolution cameras. The only things that could really compete with them at the time were the Nikon D810 (36-megapixel) and expensive digital medium format cameras if you needed that kind of resolution. A replacement model has been rumoured for a long time, and now it seems one might finally be coming.
Canon Rumors is reporting what they feel is a credible rumour that Canon is finally coming out with a new RF mount 75-megapixel mirrorless camera. It shouldn’t be much of a surprise, given how proud Canon was of the 5DS/5DSR and that “highest resolution DSLR” title. I’m just amazed that it’s taken this long.
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