The Canon EOS R10 will become the entry-level RF Mount camera with APS-C image sensors. I think it's safe to say that this camera is the likely successor to the Canon EOS M5 & Canon EOS M6 Mark II, the latter was recently discontinued by Canon.

Canon EOS R10 Specifications

  • 24.2mp
  • 15-23fps (Mechanical/Electronic)
  • 1x UHS-II (supported)
  • HDR PQ

I expect that we'll see a flurry of information about the Canon EOS R10 and Canon EOS R7 over the next couple of weeks before the scheduled May 24, 2022 announcement.

Note: The image attached to this post is a mockup of the Canon EOS R10

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  1. This sounds perfect for me. I only recently bought the M50, but it was only a stopgap until an inevitable R replacement was available. Can't believe it's only a couple weeks away from announcement!
  2. Are there going to be any compact lenses like ef-m 22
    The M6 and the ef-m 22 is a small enough combination to fit in my pocket.
    The larger mount and flange distance should make everything larger. It should still be much smaller than EF-S.
  3. With decent 3rd party Macro lenses for RF crop already being available along with Venus Laowa 85mm macro, depending on size this could be a great carry around macro body(if its under $800).
  4. I'm so excited about this camera ... but even more about the excuses M-lovers will find! :cool:
    Confirming what I’ve said for a while now. The, “M is DOOMED” folks are more worried about the, “I told you so!”, then any actual information.

    Keep saying the same thing long enough, eventually you’ll be right.

    R is DOOMED! You heard it here first. I call dibs on credit when it gets replaced!

    * Can’t say a word that begins with ‘D’ and ends with an, “MED”, it seems. Couple ‘O’s in the middle.
  5. Confirming what I’ve said for a while now. The, “M is *******” folks are more worried about the, “I told you so!”, then any actual information.

    Keep saying the same thing long enough, eventually you’ll be right.

    R is *******! You heard it here first. I call dibs on credit when it gets replaced!

    * Can’t say a word that begins with ‘D’ and ends with an, “MED”, it seems. Couple ‘O’s in the middle.
    Your anger and frustration tastes good!
    Can I have more please?
  6. So it will be roughly equivalent to a 5 year old camera but will be bigger in size? Time to sell all of my current gear!
    Canon has to make an R camera that's actually better than the latest M cameras for the M users to even consider buying it. If it's not better than what's the point? Yes, we could put some really expensive, large lenses on it but that's about it. Please make it better.
  7. No, but maybe as small as the m6 II
    Probably not as small as the m6 II as the mount is about 6 mm larger but if they could get close I'd consider it. The lenses however will always be giant in comparison. EF-M lenses are tiny. Strangely EF-M is 1 mm larger than Sony's E-mount for full frame. You always know a Sony lens because it tulips right off the mount. Maybe RF-S lenses can do the opposite?
  8. So it will be roughly equivalent to a 5 year old camera but will be bigger in size? Time to sell all of my current gear!
    Canon has to make an R camera that's actually better than the latest M cameras for the M users to even consider buying it. If it's not better than what's the point? Yes, we could put some really expensive, large lenses on it but that's about it. Please make it better.
    You see some specs and therefore you already know how big and good the camera will be?
    You must be a genius!
  9. Probably not as small as the m6 II as the mount is about 6 mm larger but if they could get close I'd consider it. The lenses however will always be giant in comparison. EF-M lenses are tiny. Strangely EF-M is 1 mm larger than Sony's E-mount for full frame. You always know a Sony lens because it tulips right off the mount. Maybe RF-S lenses can do the opposite?
    The E-Mount was originally for APS-C
  10. Excellent…I thought we only had the R7 to be excited about. I am extremely curious to learn more about this camera and any potential small lenses that may be available with them. If we’re really seeing a new entry-level APS-C RF camera then it absolutely means we’re going to see a new kit lens for it. I just hope we don’t see the outrageous trait of EF-S mount lenses not being comparable with full-frame RF.

    Also, I still dream of the day we see Canon make an AE-1 inspired camera just because they’re fun.

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