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Canon 63MP Full Frame Sensor with DPAF in the Works (35MM63MXSCD)

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A new image sensor called “35MM63MXSCD” from Canon is in the works. According to the leaked data sheet, this sensor will provide 63-Megapixel still photos with dual pixel AF.

We already know that Canon is working on a new high megapixel full frame EOS R body. This new Canon full frame mirrorless camera to be announced in late 2019 to early 2020.

A big possibility is that the rumored Canon EOS R PRO camera will use this 63MP sensor.

Canon Developing a 63MP Full Frame Sensor with DPAF (35MM63MXSCD)

Canon 5DS Mark II is rumored to feature a full-frame image sensor in 60MP resolution. Latest reports claims the high-megapixel DSLR will get a approx 20% resolution bump compared to its predecessor.

Canon EOS 5Ds DSLR camera is currently selling with a price of $3,499, while the EOS 5Ds R costs $200 more and selling for $3,699.

Later on there were several rumors pointing that a high-resolution EOS R camera might replace the current EOS 5DS/5DS R DSLRs. To wrap up Canon could use this 63MP sensor on the next PRO series EOS R body.

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