Canon 1D X replacement and another big-megapixel camera is rumored to feature multi-layered image sensor. Both cameras expected to become official sometime in 2015.
Canon will introduce two new DSLR cameras that will feature multi-layered sensor. One of them is the Canon EOS 1D X successor camera and the other one is the already rumored big-megapixel DSLR.
Canon 1D X replacement model will feature a multi-layered image sensor and expected to arrive sometime in 2015. Another camera is coming in 2015 too with a big-megapixel multi-layered sensor.
The high-resolution cameras being talked about wouldn’t be in the $8000-$9000 range like has been discussed recently. They are expected to be priced around $4,000.
Canon 1D X Replacement Rumored to Feature Multi-layered Sensor
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 EOS 1D X DSLR,. A possible Canon EOS-1D X Mark II DSLR camera will be aimed at professional photographers and coming in 2015.
This second camera could be the Canon’s new 46-megapixel professional DSLR camera, which is rumored for PhotoPlus 2014 show in New York at the end October. So if this is the second high-resolution camera than the Canon 46MP DSLR release date will probably be Q1 2015.
Canon may introduce this high megapixel camera in two variants. It is not clear but it could be an EOS-3D or a Cinema EOS version with 4K video capability. Stay tuned!
via Canon Rumors