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IBIS Patent for Canon DSLR Cameras (EOS 90D or EOS-1D X Mark III?)

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Canon recently has filed a new patent for in-body image stabilization and it is for company’s next DSLR cameras. This is first time a patent application has been surfaced on IBIS for EOS DSLR cameras.

In the second half of 2019 to early 2020, Canon is expected to announce at least two DSLR cameras: Canon EOS 90D and Canon EOS-1D X Mark III. So these mid to high end DSLR cameras might include IBIS feature.

On the other hand Canon is fully committed to the EOS R mirrorless system. The prototypes with IBIS floating are currently being in testing by selected photographers for possible Canon full frame mirrorless cameras. See here : Next Canon EOS R Camera Coming with IBIS and 100MP

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