What’s next from Canon in 2020?

davo

EOS M6 Mark II
Jan 11, 2020
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I would love the R6 to be a high iso performing version of the R5 without the high spec video but it seems from the rumors it will be a lower level R.
( Why does my name have M50 under it? I must have to change something in my profile.. I shoot a 5D mark iiii :) )
 

chris_overseas

I'm New Here
Jan 3, 2015
13
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Looks like the upcoming R5, 100-500 and extenders will all be on display at The Photography Show in Birminghan next month:

"Exciting news! The recently announced EOS R5, RF 100-500mm F4.5-7.1L IS USM lens and new extenders will be making an appearance at the show. Make sure you visit our stand to get your first glimpse at the new additions to the EOS R System."

https://www.canon.co.uk/the-photography-show/

Does this mean the release date might be closer than we think?
 

slclick

PINHOLE
Dec 17, 2013
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I would love the R6 to be a high iso performing version of the R5 without the high spec video but it seems from the rumors it will be a lower level R.
( Why does my name have M50 under it? I must have to change something in my profile.. I shoot a 5D mark iiii :) )
The tag corresponds to your length of account on CR. You can change it to personalize it in Account Details/Custom Title
 

jazzytune

EOS 80D looking to buy EOS R soon...
Sep 6, 2019
37
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Looks like the upcoming R5, 100-500 and extenders will all be on display at The Photography Show in Birminghan next month:

"Exciting news! The recently announced EOS R5, RF 100-500mm F4.5-7.1L IS USM lens and new extenders will be making an appearance at the show. Make sure you visit our stand to get your first glimpse at the new additions to the EOS R System."

https://www.canon.co.uk/the-photography-show/

Does this mean the release date might be closer than we think?
My guess is that there are already some prototypes being tested at the moment by some photographers and that some of these prototypes will be at the show for demo. The final version might be ready in July after some corrections are made to the firmware following the input from the testers...
 
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Larsskv

EOS R
Jun 12, 2015
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A fast ultra-wide L prime will also be announced in 2020.

I get a little worried about this statement. It has earlier been hinted about a 24mm f1.4 or f1.2, and I really do hope they release that one before an even wider lens. Should we all adjust our expectations about the 24mm coming in 2020? Thanks!
 
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padam

EOS R
Aug 26, 2015
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I was disappointed that the 100-500 was an F7.1 lens given other brands have 6.3 options at 600mm
Those are bigger, heavier lenses with worse optical quality. There is a reason why they are cheaper, this one will be priced close to 3000$ with the teleconverters being similarly expensive.
This lens is aiming to be a EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 IS USM II replacement (or a direct rival to the Sony FE 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 GM OSS) with even better optical quality and very lightweight as well.
Also likely to work very well with a teleconverter.
 

edoorn

EOS RP
Apr 1, 2016
354
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Sorry, brainfart, it's obviously FF as you say. I was thinking the sequence was APS-C, APS-H, APS.
It does make me wonder if there’s (still) a possibility of an aps-c R camera. I would not be interested personally, but sure that plenty others are
 

PureClassA

Canon since age 5. The A1
CR Pro
Aug 15, 2014
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Looks like the upcoming R5, 100-500 and extenders will all be on display at The Photography Show in Birminghan next month:

"Exciting news! The recently announced EOS R5, RF 100-500mm F4.5-7.1L IS USM lens and new extenders will be making an appearance at the show. Make sure you visit our stand to get your first glimpse at the new additions to the EOS R System."

https://www.canon.co.uk/the-photography-show/

Does this mean the release date might be closer than we think?
It will be at WPPI next week too. It’ll be “on display”. Meaning no one will be able to put their hands on it. And not surprising this far out. Once Canon makes the full announcement with the final official specs, that will change. Maybe NAB in April is what Im thinking. If the camera can do 8K, that’s a great place to have it hands on for the first time
 

navastronia

EOS RP + 5D Classic
Aug 31, 2018
732
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Those are bigger, heavier lenses with worse optical quality. There is a reason why they are cheaper, this one will be priced close to 3000$ with the teleconverters being similarly expensive.
This lens is aiming to be a EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 IS USM II replacement (or a direct rival to the Sony FE 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 GM OSS) with even better optical quality and very lightweight as well.
Also likely to work very well with a teleconverter.

FWIW, Jared Polin said in a video published yesterday that he believes the 100-500 will come in around $2K. I'm tempted to agree, and I also can't see myself buying it if it hits around $3K.

Maybe there will be an L series 70-300 or 70-400, with a faster aperture, that hits around the price you mention, and that will replace the EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 IS USM II.

EDIT: and there will certainly be space for one of the above in Canon's lineup, given how slow the 100-500 is at the telephoto end.
 
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Adelino

EOS RP
Jan 21, 2015
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Seems odd at this stage that we know the sensor size of the R6 and not the R5,
Maybe more indication that the R6 will use the 1DXIII sensor? That is supposed to be a very nice sensor even if smaller than the current 6 series. High ISO and high DR would make it worth the loss of megapixels. Also it is supposed to be sharper than other sensors due to something with the filter(?)
 
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Stephen Stanford

I'm New Here
Feb 17, 2020
9
7
I'm guessing that 45MP has to be correct.
8K has been confirmed so from here the math is simple:
8K is 7680 x 4320 (33,177,600) or 34MP
However, that's16:9
The camera sensor is 4 x 3 so it means that the pixel resolution would have to be
7680 x 5760 (44,236,800) or 45MP

Edit:
I incorrectly stated the sensor ratio is 4:3
when the correct ratio is actually 3:2, oops!

So, I'll redo the math:
At 3:2 the pixel resolution would have to be:
7680 x 5120 (39,321,600) or 40MP

Thanks to Melgross and Sharmin for spotting the error.
 
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