Three Sensors Being Tested for Canon Full Frame Mirrorless? [CR1]
By| May 24, 2018
It’s no secret that Canon is hard at work on prosumer mirrorless cameras, including at least one full frame mirrorless camera.
We’re told that three sensors are being tested in various camera body configurations, each with a different pixel count. The source claims that 24mp, 28mp and 36mp sensors are being used. There is no mention if these are all new sensors or if they are modified versions of current image sensors.
We do find it interesting that these sorts of things are being talked about, but we still don’t have not confirmed what sort of mount solution Canon is going to come up with. As we saw this past week, Canon has patented a dedicated full frame mirrorless optical formula, which tells us we’re getting a new EOS M mount for full frame sensors.
More to come….