Canon is expected to announce two new DSLR cameras in near future. One of them will be the EOS 77D, which will replace the Rebel T7s model that have already been rumored.
According to recent reports, the company will announce several cameras at the CES 2017 event in the beginning of next year.
Japanese website Nokishita has posted a long list of registered but not yet released Canon products. The list unveils the EOS 77D and Rebel T7i DSLRs as well as 1-inch-type compact camera.
Canon EOS 77D and Rebel T7i To Be Announced Soon
As you know, the CES 2017 event takes place at the beginning of each year. At the show, which opens its doors in Las Vegas, every camera maker brings new products to end users.
It seems that the rest of the Rebel T6s will be named EOS 77D rather than T7s. These models will be the replacements for the current EOS Rebel T6s and EOS Rebel T6i cameras.
Although the feature list for the new EOS 77D and Rebel T7i is not yet clear, we can say that both cameras will include wireless connectivity technology.
The enthusiastic users are also waiting for the EOS 150D, also known as Rebel SL2. There is currently no information for a direct replacement for the EOS Rebel Sl1.
Either way, some details about the EOS 77D and Rebel T7i cameras are circulating within the gossip mill. The latest information is suggesting that official announcements will happen at the Consumer Electronics Show.
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