Canon is rumored to announce a new high-end APS-C DSLR camera at CP+ 2014. Canon EOS-A1 DSLR camera to be announced as a high-end APS-C camera with a hybrid viewfinder at the Camera and Photo Imaging Show called CP+ 2014 which is going to happen in February.
According to Canon Watch, a high-end APS-C camera will become official at the CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show 2014 and the camera expected not to be a 7D replacement. Instead it is a completely new entry in Canon’s APS-C line-up.
Canon EOS-A1 High-end APS-C DSLR Camera To Be Announced at CP+ 2014
Canon EOS-A1 previously rumored to be a big megapixel camera higher than 35MP, includes hybrid EVF and offers good video and still image quality.
New products will be coming for the CP+ 2014 show. The replacement for the Powershot G1 X surfaced over as the G1 X Mark II camera. There could be new Rebel series cameras (entry level EOS xxxD cameras). We could expect the replacements for theRebel T5i/EOS 700D and the Rebel SL1/EOS 100D. Possibly EOS 750D. Stay tuned!