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