Our previous list of specifications for the Canon EOS RP mentioned an all-new 24mp sensor, which was a new bit of information, as certification agencies had previously mentioned a 26.2mp sensor for a full frame mirrorless camera.
Nokishita reports that “K433” is the Canon EOS RP and will have a 26.2mp image sensor, which would likely be recycled from the EOS 6D Mark II.
Canon “EOS RP” (Model ID K433)
- SKU: 3380C001
- Radio wave authentication DS126751.
- Comes with: RF 24-105mm USM kit
- Full frame sensor: 26.2 million pixels.
- Battery: LP-E 17
- External grip: EG-E1
This definitely casts some doubt on the specification list from a few days ago, but that’s the way [CR1] goes sometimes. The crop factor at 1.56 with a 26.2mp image sensor wouldn’t work out mathematically, but the LP-E17 tells us the camera is going to be relatively small and light.
More to come…