New 2018 prediction hints a Canon M3 full-frame mirrorless camera

Predictions for the camera and lens that are expected to be announced in 2018 continue to come. According to photographer Tony Northrup’s Youtube channel, the Canon’s full-frame mirrorless camera, which is highly anticipated, to be called EOS M3.

In the video, he share his thoughts and claims that the upcoming Canon M3 full-frame mirrorless camera will use the same sensor of 5D Mark IV which is 30-megapixel in resolution. The sensor will be able to record cropped 4K videos.

The price of the Canon M3 camera is expected to be around $3,500. More details after the break!

Canon’s full-frame mirrorless camera might be called M3 and cost $3500

Photokina 2018 opens its doors in mid-September and it is the world’s largest digital imaging event. There is a strong possibility and as previous rumors indicates that the Canon full frame mirrorless camera might be announced in this event.

Canon’s full-frame mirrorless camera might be called M3 and cost $3500

In 2018 predictions video, Tony Northrup expects an adapter probably for EF, EF-S and EF-M lenses. This also means that the company will introduce a brand new lens mount along with its FF MILC. Nevertheless, this EF/EF-S adapter will allow photographers to mount such optics on the mirrorless shooter, if such product were to come on the market.

Remember that these are all predictions from a veteran photographer, so take it with a grain of salt and stay tuned with us for more information.

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via MT