A new full frame mirrorless camera called Canon EOS RP now leaked over the web. According to previous rumors, this new EOS RP full frame mirrorless camera could be an entry-level full frame mirrorless camera. Price below current EOS R, around $1,500 in US.
As rumored before, the IBIS feature will coming to an EOS R camera sometime in this year. Canon will also release a new EOS R camera body that have a 100MP full frame sensor, to replace current EOS 5DS/5DS R DSLR cameras.
According to latest rumors from CR, Canon currently is working on a new EOS R body with a 75+ MP full frame sensor. As rumored before, Canon has scrapped one DSLR camera line, the most possible DSLR camera is Canon EOS 5DS/5DS R line. So this new high megapixel EOS R body could be the replacement of EOS 5DS and 5DS R.
Several days ago, we already posted rumored Canon roadmap for the first half of 2019. Now according to CR, Canon will announce 3 new APS-C DSLR cameras in 2019 too, and a total of 3 EOS R bodies and 5 RF lenses before Q2, 2020. Rumors also said that Canon has scrapped at least one DSLR camera in development.
Here is an updated list of unannounced cameras from Canon, Nikon, Olympus and Leica. You can see the list below:
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Here is the rumored Canon roadmap for the first half of 2019. Since Canon EOS R announced, there will be no new cameras & lenses to be coming in rest of 2018. We’re now going to see more emphasis from Canon on rebates and deals for the upcoming Black Friday & Cyber Monday shopping season. There will be great deals on 5D Mark IV, 6D Mark II, 7D Mark II, 80D, T7i and even on new released EOS R. Stay tuned, Some of these cameras could be the lowest price online ever.
The Canon EOS R is now one of the best selling full frame mirrorless cameras in the world, Canon is now already have 22% full frame mirrorless system share in Japan. According to latest rumors, Canon is also testing a new Canon EOS R Body with APS-C image sensor. This APS-C EOS R Body could be also a professional mirrorless camera like EOS 7D Mark II, aimed for sports photographers.