Canon is currently testing their upcoming full frame mirrorless cameras in the world, according to previous rumors, there are several prototypes, and here is a list of rumored specs of one of the full frame mirrorless prototypes.
Since Sony a7 III announced at CP+ Show 2018, there are more and more talk about full frame mirrorless cameras. According to recently interview with Sony Manager Kenji Tanaka, Sony Senior General Manager of the Digital Imaging Business Group, he said both Canon and Nikon will release their first full frame mirrorless cameras before CP+ Show 2019 in Japan, within one year.
According to latest interview with Canon Japan, Canon currently shifts focus from DSLR cameras to mirrorless cameras, which means sooner or later we will finally see Canon full frame mirrorless camera announced. According to CR, a prototype of Canon full frame mirrorless camera is in testing. Here are some info about this camera prototype:
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There is a long rumors talking about Canon to announce a full frame mirrorless camera. It seems that Canon is already working on this new Canon full frame mirrorless camera, according to CR. And first full frame mirrorless camera from Canon could be named Canon EOS M1. Though, there is no confirmed release date for EOS M1, it is likely to be announced in ealry 2018.
According to latest rumors on CR, the upcoming Canon full frame mirrorless high-end camera is rumored to be announced in Q4 of 2018. Recently sales from Canon shows that Canon has sold 70% more EOS M systems than last year. So it seems that Canon will also seriously join the Mirrorless war.
After Sony announced high-end Alpha a9 full frame mirrorless camera, there are more and more talk on Canon’s full frame mirrorless camera. According to latest rumors on CR, the first Canon full frame mirrorless camera is scheduled to be announced around Photokina 2018 in September. And after that, there will be more Canon FF mirrorless cameras to come. According to CR, Canon full frame mirrorless will use EF mount lenses as their native lenses.