Here are the latest rumors about the Canon EOS-1D X Mark III DSLR camera. Canon is rumored to release its high-end camera before the 2020 Summer Olympic Games.
So we are likely to see Canon EOS 1D X Mark III to be announced in Q4 of 2019 to Q2 of 2020. As we have already reported the pro-grade model is in testing by a small number of photographers and/or engineers.
Currently we don’t have much information if the upcoming EOS-1D X Mark III will be the last 1D series DSLR and replaced by a EOS R PRO mirrorless model.
In addition we can clearly assume that Sony will also replace the a9 sports mirrorless camera for the Olympic games next year. This would probably be the Sony a9 Mark II. There were rumors floating around about the Nikon D6 for almost a year but the company focuses on the full frame mirrorless and skip the CES 2019 event earlier in 2019. So by the end of this year a possible update to these pro-grade cameras are expected.
Back to Canon, it is also rumored that the company will announce the 5D Mark IV successor, EOS 5D Mark V in 2020. Currently, there are no rumored specs of the 1D X Mark III. Sources claims that the camera will have a new version of DPAF and other sensor technology.
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