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Canon 2020 – What Is Coming Next (EOS R6, EOS R5s, Lenses)?

Canon 2020 – What Is Coming Next (EOS R6, EOS R5s, Lenses)?
The Canon EOS R5

2020 started pretty good for Canon. Two important cameras have been announced, the EOS-1d X Mark III and EOS R5 (development announcement). Time to sum up all rumors and see what we can expect next.

We already know that a Canon EOS R6 full frame mirrorless camera is rumored. The EOS R6 is rumored to get announced in May 2020, and a small set of supposed specifications is making its rounds on the web.

  • 20mp full frame CMOS sensor
  • IBIS (In Body Image Stabilisation)
  • 12fps mechanical and 20fps electronic.
  • 4K@60p
  • New battery (might be the same as the EOS R5)
  • Announcement in May 2020
  • Starts shipping in June 2020

Not sure how reliable this spec list might be.

Next is the long rumored high resolution EOS R body, supposedly named either EOS R5s or EOS R3 by the Internet folks. Our sources told us this EOS R model might have a sensor resolution of 80MP. Rumored announcement timeframe are the last months of 2020.

There will be new RF lenses in 2020. Canon itself published a RF mount lens roadmap along with the EOS-1D X Mark III announcement. You can see it below. And we think the chart below is missing some lenses.

Canon eOS R5
Canon’s RF lens roadmap (clock for a bigger vuew)

We think Canon will eventually release some RF lenses not listed in the chart above, but for the time being there is no reliable intel about.

Finally, EOS M lenses might get announced too. And here too so far we do not have reliable information.

Stay tuned.

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