Sometimes we receive information that seems outlandish at first, but then we take a look at history and the business case and think that there could be something to it.
We have been told by an anonymous source that Canon is planning to replace the EOS R5 with two models. This is not unprecedented, as we saw what Canon did with the EOS 5D Mark III. If you remember, Canon added both the EOS 5DS R and EOS 5DS to give us 5D series options.
While this strategy may not have been perfect, the higher resolution 5D cameras did pretty well. Though we think it would have been better to launch them all together.
The source claims that Canon will release a EOS R5 Mark II along with a higher resolution model, perhaps the unicorn that is the EOS R5s?
So while this information comes from an unknown source, this idea isn't all that far-fetched.
Keep in mind that this is a CR1 rumor and treat it accordingly.