Canon has had a pretty busy 2019, and it looks like that’s going to continue if the latest information we’ve received is to be believed.
We’re told that a new “mid-level” DSLR will be coming in 2019, but that it won’t be an EOS 7D Mark III replacement. The obvious thought would be a replacement to the EOS 80D. It has been rumoured in the past that the EOS 80D and EOS 7D Mark II could be amalgamated into one body going forward.
We’re not sure how the APS-C lineup is going to play out at the moment, but it looks like 2019 will bring some clarity.
The second camera we’re told that is coming for sure in 2019 is a replacement to the Canon EOS M5. We’re told this camera will feature an all-new 24mp sensor and would put a larger gap in features between the top of the EOS M lineup and the EOS M50. No information about features was given.
More to come…