Last week we reported about a patent showing IBIS in a DSLR. We’ve known for quite some time that IBIS was coming to the next EOS R cameras, but that was the first indication that IBIS was also being developed for DSLRs. As always, just because something appears in a patent, doesn’t automatically mean it’ll appear in a released product.
We have been told that Canon will “definitely” bring IBIS to “select” DSLRs in the near future. The source wasn’t sure which camera(s) would be getting IBIS, but the EOS 90D, which is coming in the next couple of months would be a good bet, especially if the EOS 90D is in fact replacing both the EOS 80D and EOS 7D Mark II.
The other upcoming DSLR that should probably get IBIS is the EOS-1D X Mark III, a camera we expect to hear more about in the first half of 2020. Nikon is rumoured to be adding IBIS to the upcoming D6.
More to come…