Canon EOS M Rumor: Specifications For Two Upcoming Mirrorless Cameras Surface

Canon Eos M Rumor

A Canon EOS M rumor about upcoming mirrorless cameras surfaced over the web.

Two possible Canon EOS M cameras are rumored for the time being:

Canon EOS M50 Mark II / EOS M60

  • 32.5mp APS-C CMOS sensor
  • DIGIC 8
  • UHD 4K 30p / 24p
  • Full HD 120p
  • Rear monitor 3 inches 1.04 million dots Vari-angle touch panel
  • Announcement date September 2020

Another Canon EOS M camera

  • 24mp APS-C CMOS sensor
  • 3rd generation Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology / Eye AF compatible
  • Rear monitor 3-inch vari-angle touch panel
  • Announcement date Before July 2020
  • Price $849 with kit lens

We recommend you take this Canon EOS M rumor with a huge grain of salt. There is more to come, stay tuned.

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Canon EOS-1D X Mark III Rumor, 24MP Sensor Suggested

Canon EOS-1D X Mark III Rumor Canon Cameras

Canon announced the development of the Canon EOS-1D X Mark III a few weeks ago. Since they did not disclose all the specifications there is always room for a new Canon EOS-1D X Mark III rumor.

It suggested the Canon EOS-1D X Mark III might sport a 24MP image sensor. It seems the people that is testing the Canon EOS-1D X Mark III is not allowed to use a memory card in the camera, so for the time being there is no reliable intel available about the image sensor. This might change in the future. However, a 24MP is considered likely.

We expect the Canon EOS-1D X Mark III to get announced to the masses at the beginning of February 2020. An early 2020 announcement has been confirmed by an authoritative source In the meantime I’m sure we will see more Canon EOS-1D X Mark III rumor surface.

All Canon EOS-1D X Mark III rumors are listed here.

Stay tuned, there is more to come soon.

Source: Canon Rumors

This Is The Canon EOS Ra For Astrophotography (leaked images) – UPDATE

Canon EOS Ra

Canon EOS Ra at a glance:

  • 30.3 Megapixel Full-frame CMOS Sensor and DIGIC 8 Image Processor
  • Modified Filter for Enhanced Night Sky Recording
  • Dual Pixel CMOS AF with 5,655 Manually Selectable AF Positions
  • RF Mount Compatible with RF Lenses and EF/EF-S Lenses* (with Optional Mount Adapter EF-EOS R)
  • 4K 30p with Canon Log and 10-bit 4:2:2 HDMI Output
  • Built-in EVF with 3.69 Million Dots, Vari-angle Touchscreen LCD and Dot-matrix LCD Panel
  • Sophistication in a Lightweight, Compact Size
  • High Magnification Ratio of 30x in Live View
  • Impressive Durability
  • Silent Shutter
  • USB Charge Compatible

Update: The Canon EOS Ra leaked at Adorama. Retail price for the body only option is $2,499.

About Canon EOS Ra

Canon’s first full-frame mirrorless camera dedicated to deep sky and night sky photography

Capture the intricacies of a starry night sky with the new EOS Ra camera — Canon’s first full-frame mirrorless camera dedicated to deep sky and night sky photography. Building on the success of the EOS R, the EOS Ra offers 30x magnification in both the viewfinder and in Live View shooting for more accurate focus.

Modified Filter for Enhanced Night Sky Recording

Positioned in front of the CMOS imaging sensor, The EOS Ra’s infrared-cutting filter is modified to permit approximately 4x as much transmission of hydrogen alpha rays at the 656nm wavelength, vs. standard EOS R cameras. This allows for a higher transmission of deep red infrared rays emitted by nebulae, without requiring any other specialized optics or accessories.

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Ahead of the its announcement, product images of the Canon EOS Ra leaked over at Nokishita. The product leaflet already leaked weeks ago.

The Canon EOS Ra is an EOS R full frame mirrorless camera modified for astrophotography. While the camera operation mode is the same as the EOS R, the EOS Ra has approximately four times the transmittance of hydrogen-alpha light (656 nm) as the EOS R.

Canon eos Ra

Photographs of subjects that reflect a lot of infrared light will therefore appear redder than they actually are. This is good for astrophotography and less optimal for normal photography. With the EOS Ra it may not be possible to obtain an appropriate color balance and uneven colors may result when shooting normal subjects.

Announcement coming soon, stay tuned.

More Canon EOS-1D X Mark III Rumors Surface After Development Announcement

Canon EOS-1D X Mark III Rumor Canon Cameras

Some new Canon EOS-1D X Mark III rumors surfaced on the web after Canon’s development announcement.

So far some of the previously rumored features have proven to be unreliable (6K video, 30fps, IBIS). Some people in the industry thinks Canon did the development announcement for the Canon EOS-1D X Mark III to counter the speculations of the rumor mills.

The latest rumored specifications for the Canon EOS-1D X Mark III are of the vague nature, and for that reason might be even correct:

  • The battery life is nothing short of amazing, much better than the EOS-1D X Mark II
  • The silent shutter mode in liveview is absolutely silent
  • The eye AF works incredibly well (via liveview we are assuming)
  • The AF-ON trackpad is so innovative, works fast and it very precise. In the source’s words, “it’s a real revolution. Nobody will be using the old joystick”

It’s plausible that Canon might introduce these features on their next full frame flagship.

We now know for sure that the Canon EOS-1D X Mark III will be released early 2020, most likely in February.

More Canon EOS-1D X Mark III rumors are listed here.

Source: Canon Rumors

There’s A High-end Canon EOS R In Consideration, Says Canon Exec, And It Will Have IBIS

Canon Eos R Firmware

Not the first time that a Canon exec suggests there will be a high-end Canon EOS R model, but it’s nice to hear it again.

The Canon exec is David Parry, Canon UK’s product intelligence consultant, interviewed by the folks at Digital Camera World. And what you can read below about the high-end Canon EOS R is marketing department language at its finest:

There’s a high-end EOS R in consideration […] So we are considering bringing a high end EOS R to the market.

If we do, it will have dual card slots, it will be that sort of level, and under development is in-body image stabilization. So we are looking at this technology, it is in development with us.

I think in-body IS is really exciting for us, if we do bring it to market and it does come across, I think it could be really good and I think it says something about our [EOS] R series.

So, just to get it straight.

  • Canon is considering to release a high end EOS R body
  • If they do (if!) then it will have dual card slots
  • If they do it then it will have IBIS (In Body Image Stabilisation)
  • IBIS is exciting and would be good for the EOS R lineup

There is no reason to doubt that Canon is working on IBIS, given the remarkable collection of patent applications dealing with it and the fact that another Canon exec told the world about. It’s likely that the first Canon camera to feature it will be a mirrorless.

Stay tuned

Canon EOS-1D X Mark III Rumored Specifications Update

Canon Eos-1d X Mark Ii

At the beginning of October some rumored specifications for the upcoming Canon EOS-1D X Mark III surfaced. Now there is a bit more that’s rumored.

Below you see the already rumored specifications and the new ones (in bold):

  • 28.1MP full frame CMOS image sensor
  • Up to 30fps still shooting
  • Dual DIGIC 9 (first time the EOS-1D series would introduce a new processor)
  • IBIS (In Body Image Stabilisation)
  • New and larger rear LCD, possibly brighter too
  • February 2020 announcement
  • New battery with “new feature”
  • Optical viewfinder with more/additional information displayed
  • 61 autofocus points, all cross-type with a “slightly” larger spread
  • Similar top-down LCD to the EOS R

All plausible suggestions, in our opinion (with one exception). It’s also speculated that there could be a development announcement related to the Canon EOS-1D X Mark III (all rumors).

The only weird element in the list above is IBIS. Given the remarkable collection of patent applications dealing with IBIS., we think IBIS is coming to Canon cameras. But will the EOS-1D X Mark II replacement be the first Canon camera to feature it?

Stay tuned, more to come.

Source: Canon Rumors