Canon full frame mirrorless camera is once again on the horizon as it is said to be announced at the CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show 2016 in late February along with the 1D X Mark II full-frame DSLR.
A full-frame mirrorless camera is rumored since at least two years but according to latest Canon Rumors, the Company will “surprise a lot of people” with one of their next mirrorless cameras.
The source didn’t told if the mirrorless camera will feature full-frame or APS-c sized image sensor. More details after the break!
Canon to Announce New Full Frame Mirrorless Camera at CP+ 2016?
The official announcement for the EOS-1D X Mark II is rumored to be announced in February/March timeframe to compete the rival Nikon D5 camera.
The rumor mill is also in talks of the EOS M line could get an announcement for CP+ 2016 show. But to surprise people this new mirrorless camera from Canon should be a pro-level grade model or a long-rumored full-frame mirrorless camera.
If there will be no full frame model by the late February and only a EOS M line update happens than we can expect a new pro mirrorless camera from Canon with APS-c size image sensor. Here are the previous suggestions for the upcoming Pro-Level Canon mirrorless camera.
Canon Pro Level Mirrorless Camera
- Expanding the EF-M system
- First ConnectedCamera device
- New technology sensor (APS-C)
- Built in EEVF viewfinder
- Pro level AF performance
- Best in class video capability
- Pro build quality with enhanced ergonomics
- Wider support for the EF lens family