This.If the flange distance is similar between R and M then an M size body with an R lens is possible, surely. I spend my days hunting butterflies with my M6ii with a 55-250mm EFS. Great image quality and no weight. There's nothing Canon that can compare.
Mainly agree. But miss the 32 1.4, even it is a little bit pricy. It's a great lens and works very well (for me) in combination with my M6 II. If this lens would work on an EOS R - APS-C... Would be great value for size and money.The EF-M has a good 11-22mm and 22mm pancake. The 55-200 zoom is good for the price as well. Other than that nothing too steller. I love the form factor of the original M.
Well, Canon could have a R9 crop sensor camera come out without an EVF, solely using the back LCD. They could make that pretty small & light if they wanted to. But they better have some small & light cropped zooms to go with it at a low price point.That definitely sounds like the death of EF-S, but EF-M I do wonder about. I guess if it is the end of EF-M, we'll see how small an RF mount body can get.
Look at the Canon DSLR line-up. There is a clearly differentiated naming scheme and throughout the entire scheme Canon has held several spots open, just in case they needed them (e.g. 2d/ 3d/ 4d/ 8d/ 9d).What? why?
That must be irony?!? I can't seriously believe you'd think that...And i say, there will be never a R or RP replacements... R5 mark ii or R6 mark ii or so...
R 8/9 just as was summed up early on here. Caveat, no one knows what they are talking about here. But that's what makes it occasionally fun, right?I sort of get the R7 being a spiritual 7D successor, but what would the model number be for the full-frame Canon RP replacement?
Looking good for Canon and for Nikon to expand its Z ML (FF) system more into APS-C; opening up range of affordable cameras and cropped lenses to get into the system and for the punter to add more better APS-C gear and FF gear as time goes by.Makes sense, Nikon also seems to be expanding it's APS-C range in their Z-mount system and they face similar problems regarding lens selection, but it will be filled up eventually.
That’s a pretty easy one - imagine an M50 or M6 with a larger lens mount… in much the same way that the Rebel SL series cameras were smaller in form factor than the 80D etc. The only potential obstacle to that plan is hand grip.That definitely sounds like the death of EF-S, but EF-M I do wonder about. I guess if it is the end of EF-M, we'll see how small an RF mount body can get.