What’s next from Canon?

Canon Rumors Guy

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Now that the announcements for the Canon EOS 90D and Canon EOS M6 Mark II are done, what can we expect next from Canon?
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Philrp

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My money is waiting for:

1- APS-C equiped EOS R body
2- M5 Mark II, should my first option not happen.

Barring these I'll get a used RP to play with sometime next summer.....
 
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criscokkat

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Presumably you mean you want to use an EVF and a Speedlite simultaneously?
Exactly, which is why I would like to see a M5II or even better, a r-mount version. Throw the m6II internals into an RP body, add a bit more buffer and price it the same as a 90D and call it a day. I'd like it to be a full R sized camera but I could live with the RP if /i had to.
 
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TPatS

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Maybe canon is waiting on the 1D X mk3 as the product to launch IBIS in their DSLR lineup. Then maybe potentially a 7d3 with ibis a few months later in late 2020? Then in 2021 a 5d5? I'm just thinking that canon wouldn't waste developing ibis technology to only put it in the 1d line and a 7d seems like a fitting candidate for it. Then again numerous signs point to the 7d line being dead so it's rather confusing lol.
 
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yeahright

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Maybe canon is waiting on the 1D X mk3 as the product to launch IBIS in their DSLR lineup. Then maybe potentially a 7d3 with ibis a few months later in late 2020? Then in 2021 a 5d5? I'm just thinking that canon wouldn't waste developing ibis technology to only put it in the 1d line and a 7d seems like a fitting candidate for it. Then again numerous signs point to the 7d line being dead so it's rather confusing lol.
Why would IBIS technology in a DSLR be any different than in a DSLM?
 

TPatS

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Why would IBIS technology in a DSLR be any different than in a DSLM?
You are correct, the transfer of ibis in a dslr to a mirrorless enviroment would not take much work in my unprofessional opinion. But do note that the IBIS patent canon filed was centered around a dslr application. I was just thinking about potential dslr applications for it since the rumour is that IBIS is coming to numerous DSLR's in the future.
 

criscokkat

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Isn't the 90D a nice replacement for 80D?
I'm going to assume that was a reply to me saying the m6II would be a potential replacement for a 80d

i really like the improved tracking of the m6ii. if you watch some of the videos comparing the two it's on a whole other level. The tracking on the 90d only works if you keep the center of the object in the middle of the picture, and only in select modes. Plus eye focus when not shooting action sports and all the wysiwyg modes for color, focus areas, etc.
 

canonnews

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You are correct, the transfer of ibis in a dslr to a mirrorless enviroment would not take much work in my unprofessional opinion. But do note that the IBIS patent canon filed was centered around a dslr application. I was just thinking about potential dslr applications for it since the rumour is that IBIS is coming to numerous DSLR's in the future.
it wasn't really. it was simply an illustrative diagram that Canon used. they also used diagrams that showed what appeared to be a mirrorless EF camera. they used a mix of diagrams.

one problem is that Canon's IS + IBIS patents a require fast communication between the lens and the camera body. That almost smells as a RF only solution.
 

Maximilian

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Whatever comes next will be nice to see. And I can calmly lean back and watch.
Because the line shakeup with EOS R/RF lenses and all the other stuff makes it an exiting time, but the Canon offer does not fit my needs yet (not to talk about my savings ;) , looking at the RF primes available now).
 

TPatS

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one problem is that Canon's IS + IBIS patents a require fast communication between the lens and the camera body. That almost smells as a RF only solution.
What does this mean for ibis on the 1dx mk3 then? Different system we haven't seen patents for?