Good point (as far as the R7 is concerned).I don't think either the R7 or the R10 could be called low end. I tend to think Canon has a pretty good handle on their markets and would not make cameras that won't sell.
My brain, when I wrote that...was here: the R7 is not cheap. People who buy one are probably already in the Canon ecosystem...in a big way (financially). Other than frame rate and price difference, personally, what I've seen of the specs etc. for the R7...are not compelling enough to 'invest' in yet another Canon mount (RF-S).
And if I'm reading things right...the RF-S 18-150 lens specs are virtually identical to the EF-M 18-150!
Are these two lenses, other than mount, virtually identical?
People here crap all over the quality of the images produced by the EF-M 18-150 (and many of the other EF-M lenses as well!)...
So the R7 demands a better (kit) lens than that...right?
This is no problem for those invested in Canon glass already...
I just really wonder who is going to buy the R7 (beyond enthusiasts)...I guess price and frame rate considerations make it a reasonable facsimile of an R3?