This is the full list of the gear Canon is going to announce this week (EOS M6, EOS 77D, Rebel T7i, more stuff)

Canon EOS M6, will be announced soon

I am pretty sure this is the list of all the gear Canon is going to announce this week. We also know the US prices for some of the new gear.

  • EOS M6 – US price will be $779 for body only
    • Black/Silver
    • Body · EF-M 15-45mm kit · EF-M 18-150mm kit · Double zoom kit
    • A kit with the new EVF will also be available
  • EOS 77D (EOS 9000D in Japan) – US price will be $899 for body only
    • Body · kit with EF-S 18-135mm · Double zoom kit
  • Rebel T7i  (EOS 800D/Kiss X9i) – US price will be $749 for body only
    • Body · kit with EF-S 18-135mm · Double zoom kit
  • EF-S 18-55mm F/4-5.6 IS STM
  • PowerShot G9 X Mark II
    • Black / Silver
  • PowerShot SX 430 IS
  • IXY 200 (IXUS 185)
    • Silver Red
  • IXY 210 (IXUS 190)
    • Black/Silver
  • EVF-DC 2
    • Electronic viewfinder
  • BR-E1
    • Bluetooth remote control
  • EH30-CJ

Stay tuned!

Canon Rebel T7i (EOS 800D) image and specification leaked (24MP, Dual Pixel AF)

Rebel T7i
The Canon Rebel T7i (EOS 800D in EU) will be announced soon. The new EF-S 18-55mm is also in the picture.

More leaks coming from Nokishita Camera. A set of 4 images of the Canon Rebel T7i (EOS 800D in EU), and the specifications.

  • 24.2 million pixels
  • DIGIC 7
  • Dual Pixel CMOS AF
  • 6 fps
  • ISO 100 – 25600
  • Video: Full HD, 5 axis electronic image stabilization
  • Articulated 3″ touchscreen
  • Wi-Fi/Bluetooth
  • Size: 131.0×99.9×76.2 mm
  • Weight: 532 g

The upcoming Canon Rebel T7i got a noticeable upgrade in features, Canon’s first tier on sensor AF system, Dual Pixel AF, a good frame rate, 5 axis electronic ISIS. Not bad for a so called entry-level DSLR. Now let’s wait to know the price.

This leak indirectly confirms our rumor about the EOS 77D featuring Dual Pixel AF and a 24MP sensor.

Announcement coming soon. Stay tuned.

Rebel T7i

Rebel T7i

Rebel T7i

New Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM kit lens coming with next Rebels? [CW3]


This is the second lens rumored to be announced in 2017, the other being the EF 85mm f/1.4L IS.

The next iteration of Canon’s entry level Rebel line, the Rebel T7, may come with a new version of the classic kit lens, the inexpensive EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM. No specs so far.

We are pretty sure Canon will announce new Rebel DSLRs soon. Registrations of possible candidates showed up at certification authorities. The announcement could happen before CP+ (February 2017).

[via Canon Rumors]

Canon Celebrates The 25TH Anniversary Of The EOS Rebel SLR Camera Line With Launch Of “Rebel With A Cause” Initiative

Canon celebrates 25 years since the first Canon EOS Rebel camera hit the market. Press release:

Canon U.S.A. Celebrates The 25TH Anniversary Of The EOS Rebel SLR Camera Line With Launch Of “Rebel With A Cause” Initiative

Profiling Modern Day Rebels Including Daredevil Nik Wallenda and Music Producer Swizz Beatz, “Rebel With A Cause” Campaign Filmed Entirely with Canon EOS Rebel T6i DSLR Cameras

MELVILLE, N.Y. — Celebrating 25 years since the introduction of Canon’s first EOS Rebel SLR camera, Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, is pleased to honor this milestone by introducing its new “Rebel With A Cause” campaign. In 1990, the iconic “Image is Everything” campaign introduced the Canon EOS Rebel, an SLR camera born with a cause — to put the power of pro photography into the hands of the public and level the playing field forever. 25 years later, Canon launches “Rebel With A Cause,” embarking on a journey to follow modern day rebels who challenge convention in their own unique way, capturing their causes through the eye of a Canon EOS Rebel DSLR. “Rebel With A Cause” will invite people into their worlds, celebrating the imagery that makes their causes shine and motivating others to join their movements.

The campaign kicks off today featuring American daredevil Nik Wallenda followed by GRAMMY® Award winning record producer Swizz Beatz.

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