Canon EOS-1D X Replacement Camera Rumored To Be Announced in 2015

Canon EOS-1D X successor camera is rumored to be announced in 2015. Both the upcoming EOS 5D Mark IV and 1D X Mark II DSRLs will have the 7D Mark II’s new 65 points AF system.

Canon is preparing to hold a major product launch around mid-October 2014.  According to Canon Rumors, the Canon EOS-1D X successor will not be coming in 2014 because the rumor mill in talks for a 2015 launch for this camera.

This also reminds us of a previously rumored big-megapixel DSLR. If the EOS 1D X replacement model is coming in 2015 then the rumored big-megapixel camera won’t be the 1Ds-X or 1D Xs.

Canon’s new 46-megapixel professional DSLR camera rumored for next month at PhotoPlus 2014 in New York.

Canon 1D X successor expected to arrive in 2015


The Canon EOS 1D X has been available for about two years. Previous rumors told that Canon is testing a new full frame camera and it is said to be the replacement for the 1D X camera, a possible Canon EOS-1D X Mark II. Stay tuned for more info.

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