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Canon’s full-frame mirrorless camera might be called M3 and sell for $3500, T. Northrup predicts


Tony & Chelsea Northrup shared their predictions for cameras that will or might be announced in 2018.

Among other stuff, he makes some speculations on how Canon’s full-frame mirrorless camera might be shaped. These are the cameras discussed in the video: Canon EOS 5DS R Mark II, Canon EOS 7D Mark III, Canon EOS 90D, Canon EOS M3, Nikon D650, Nikon D850A, Nikon M700, Sony a5200, Sony a7 III, Sony a7S III, Fujifilm X-H1, Pentax K-1 II, Panasonic GH5-S, Olympus E-M5 Mk III.

  • jojo

    I already have a Canon EOS M3 mirrorless camera – APS-C 1.6x crop, no viewfinder.

    Surely Canon would choose a less confusing name for their FF model?

    • James Whitehouse

      Yeah, weird name prediction.

    • CW Steve

      maybe it’s the reviewer to be a bit confused.
      there already is a Canon EOS M3 mirrorless camera and I doubt Canon will make another model with the same name.

      • I would not trust this guy to predict anything :) But a FF mirrorless Canon camera would be really, really welcome. DPAF is a mature technology now, and if they make it even faster – it’s absolutely ready to be used in a “pro” camera. It’s such a pain in the neck to calibrate lenses, and the mirrorless will end this pain once and for all. BRING IT ON Canon!!! :) Not interested in Sony. Been there but not impressed.

    • man

      They already have M5 & M6 so M7 is next.

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