Here is what Canon is announcing next, including the EOS R7, EOS R10 and RF-S lenses [CR3]

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It looks like we have a few surprises on our hands from Canon, as they gear up to announce new products this month, which is another pleasant surprise.
Canon will announce the long rumoured Canon EOS R7, a camera we leaked the specifications on yesterday. There will also be a second camera, the Canon EOS R10. We’re going to assume that the Canon EOS R10 is an APS-C camera that will likely take the place of the EOS M5/EOS M6 Mark II. It was rumoured quite some time ago that Canon would announce multiple APS-C RF mount cameras.
Canon will also announce a couple of RF-S lenses.
Canon will announce the following gear...

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Jasonmc89

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R10! Interesting..

I’m guessing then in the future we’ll have the R20, R30, R40.. As such with the 70D, 80D and 90D. The R7 is obviously the 7D line replacement we’ve all been waiting for!

Time to save££££££!
 
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H. Jones

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R10 is a nice surprise! If the price and size is right I could totally see myself picking up a small and "cheap" R10 for travel when I don't need the R5. The RF 16mm and 50mm would be perfect for a little camera. Maybe even pick up a 18-150 if the size is right.
 
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Bob Howland

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The M5 has a viewfinder but the M6 doesn't. So will the R10 come with one or not? There's also the possibility of the R10 being a "rangefinder form factor" with that kind of viewfinder.
 
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Groundhog

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The price of the R10 is going to be interesting - if it is cheap enough it could be the replacement of the Rebel-/Kiss-/xy0D-Line.
 
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janhalasa

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If they launch a new platform with 18-45 and 18-150, it's probably not going to be interesting anytime soon. I'm afraid they will continue with 18-200 and 18-300 :confused:
 
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lote82

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Hard times for the "M is not dead" fraction!
 
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R10! Interesting..

I’m guessing then in the future we’ll have the R20, R30, R40.. As such with the 70D, 80D and 90D. The R7 is obviously the 7D line replacement we’ve all been waiting for!

Time to save££££££!
That was not the best naming system.
The 90D has to be the end of the line since they ran out of numbers.
 
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I posted this line-up as a suggestion in September 2021 (and even earlier) in another thread:

In my opinion Canon would need a line-up like this to attract customers:

R10: crop camera
R9: RP replacement - entry level
R8: R replacement - (full-frame) enthusiast allrounder...

R7: crop-pro camera - I hear y'all birders :)
R6: you know the deal

R5/c/s: spealised version and all-around work horse
R3: professional sports/ wedding/ wildlife pros

R1: do it all in perfection camera

This line-up would have several entry-level/ amateur options, semi-pro and pro options. I'm sure Canon will come up with a similar line-up. Entry level might have even more options if there are really three crop-cameras coming.
R5s is surely coming at one point, so will the R1. After the upcoming announcement we are almost there! :) For four years in the making and two of those years being hit with the pandemic, it already looks like a great line-up.

Just missing the R9/ R8... the latter one would attract me :)
 
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That was not the best naming system.
The 90D has to be the end of the line since they ran out of numbers.
Well, worked out quite well in the end since its very unlikely more DSLRs will be made. Canon could still make a 91D or 90d Mk II to have enough names at hand.
 
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samh004

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Not interested in the lenses, but certainly an APS-C body would be interesting for the lenses I already have, like the 100-500 :D

More MP and extended reach without a TC is just what the doctor ordered.
 
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Besisika

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If they launch a new platform with 18-45 and 18-150, it's probably not going to be interesting anytime soon. I'm afraid they will continue with 18-200 and 18-300 :confused:
I am very much interested in 18-45. Hope it is small. That is my range for shooting handheld video.
 

lote82

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It is.
That is how Sigma and Tamron make one set of lenses for multiple mounts.
Canon does that with EF/PL cinema lenses
Maybe it is but only with lenses that were designed with this in mind. I don't think Canon planned and therefore designed with this in mind.
 
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bbasiaga

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So looks like they pushed the R7 announcement up again? Was March, then August, now May? Guess we'll have to wait and see.

I do hope someone makes an EF-M to RF adapter. It'll need optics, so it can be a speed booster as well. But just a plain optical adapter would be nice as well. Don't want to re-buy my EF-m stuff in RF once/if my M50 stops working. Knew this day was coming. Loved the M. Will miss it.



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Jasonmc89

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That was not the best naming system.
The 90D has to be the end of the line since they ran out of numbers.
True.. but starting at R10 lines you up for a good 20 or 30 years of cameras at least! By which time the system might be outdated.
 
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