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Canon 7D Mark III Rumored to Feature 32.5MP APS-c Sensor

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According to latest rumors, a brand new APS-C CMOS sensor from Canon is in the works. The new Canon APS-C sensor rumored to be 32.5-megapixel. The good thing is that we might see this new sensor on the EOS 7D Mark III DSLR camera.

The details of the Canon 32.5MP APS-c sensor has been already leaked, as the upcoming Canon K437 test DSLR camera code has maximum image size: 6960 × 4640. So the sensor of the Canon K437 shows off a 32.5MP resolution. Here are more information on the Canon 32.5MP APS-C CMOS sensor.

  • K437
    • Single-lens reflex camera
    • Equipped with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
    • Six levels of battery charge indication (same as 5D Mark IV etc.)
    • Maximum image size of test machine: 6960 × 4640
    • Probably released in 2019 or later

We can see that K437 will have the same battery charge as EOS 5D Mark IV and this will make it a possible high-end APS-C DSLR camera. That’s why this Canon 32.5MP APS-c sensor refers to the long rumored Canon EOS 7D Mark III.

On the other hand Canon is rumored to bring together the EOS 7D Mark II and EOS 80D DSLR cameras in a single model in 2019. So better think about the EOS 90D as an alternative.

The release date for this camera is in late 2019 to early 2020 according to Nokishita Camera.

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