It appears that Canon is set to discontinue the Canon EOS M6 Mark II. There’s been no official announcement, of course, although there never really is when Canon discontinues a product. They only make a big song and dance when new products are announced. But Canon Rumors says they’ve received reports from two different countries that the Canon EOS M6 Mark II, released in 2019, has been discontinued.
If true, and with no Mark III successor announced, this is possibly the strongest signal so far that Canon does indeed intend to kill off the EOS M line and create an APS-C version of their RF mount mirrorless system. Rumours of a high-end APS-C EOS R7 have been surfacing again lately, and it’s not the only APS-C RF mount camera rumoured to be announced this year, either. Canon is usually pretty good about announcing successors before camera models are discontinued. So, the fact that an EOS M6 Mark III has not been announced is quite telling.