- Jun 29, 2016
For some reason, I don't see that going to happen. The main point is that in order to do so, you need to stick the mirror as back as possible, not touch the sensor, yet lock it firmly in place. So you need to make a non rotating unit that will lock into the camera bionet while rotating and you need to do all that in a very limited space cause if you look into the DSLR, the mirror is almost the side of the bionet.Unless the 5DV has a removable mirror box and was then both EF and RF compatible.
One of Japan's largest newspapers has published a report that contains two very interesting tidbits for Canon mirrorless shooters. First, they claim thatpetapixel.com