What about a boring old replacement for the 1100D? Not very sexy, but certainly possible, especially if it's in Q4
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(That appears to be Â£4370.67 or $6,871.90 USD)
Anyway, my actual question is this - what happens when, in a few years, Canon reach the point where they've gotten all the way to 950D, and have nowhere to go? They can't go around to 1000D again.
In Canon's high end, compact P&S line, there was the S90, then the S95. The S100 was just announced as the S95-successor, 14 MP CMOS, 5x zoom, great IQ. But don't confuse the new PowerShot S100 with the PowerShot S100 that's an old, 2 MP, 2x zoom, cheap P&S.
So, I guess they could reuse a number...
Also, I suggest shooting at f2.8 for 50 f1.8, it's sharpest at f2.8 and will allow less light to pass through.