Canon is rumored to announce a 50-megapixel full frame DSLR camera sometime in early 2015.
According to latest Canon Rumors, the high-resolution DSLR with a 50-megapixel sensor could be called EOS 3D. There will be two variants of the rumored full-frame DSLR.
One of them will employ a sensor with an anti-aliasing filter, while the other one will not have an AA filter. The 50-megapixel full-frame DSLR will not be an EOS-1 style camera and could be a new model above the 5D line, sources, say.
Canon EOS 3D DSLR to be announced in early 2015
The name of the big-megapixel DSLR isn’t confirmed yet but we see the EOS-3D name in the rumors. The DSLR camera will not replace the flagship EOS-1D X model and expected to position between the 1D and 5D series. The DSLR could be introduced in early 2015 with a new 50-megapixel image sensor.
We’ll probably see the final name of the upcoming Canon 50-MP DSLR too. Stay tuned!