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Canon EOS R5 Mark II Rumored to be Announced in February 2024

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According to recent rumors, preparations are underway for the start of production of Canon EOS R5 Mark II. As a result, the official announcement for the EOS R5 Mark II is slated for February 2024. Multiple sources have consistently hinted at this timeframe, suggesting that the announcement might take various forms, such as a teaser campaign, development announcement, or a comprehensive product launch.

Previously a set of alleged Canon EOS R5 Mark II specifications surface one of the rumor sites. This report (see below) that shows off a few more specifications somewhat based on the previous rumors along with added specs.

Rumored Canon EOS R5 Mark II Specifications

  • 62mp Stacked CMOS Image Sensor
  • Variable resolution of 62mp, 31mp, 15.5mp
  • 8K recording up to 60fps internally
  • 4K recording up to 120fps internally
  • DIGIC X2s Processor
  • Dual CFexpress Type-B Card Slots
  • Eye control autofocus
  • A revised variable angle LCD panel
  • 5.76m-DOT 120fps EVF
  • Multi-function hot shoe
  • New battery, but same form as the LP-E6
  • New button layout and controls
  • Launch of new Canon camera app at the same time
  • Projected February 2024 Announcement

According to the latest Canon rumors, EOS R5 to be Replaced by EOS R5 Mark II and EOS R5S.

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Canon EOS R5 Mark II is rumored to be on the market, but as preparations for production are already underway, rumors about specs and other details are likely to come out soon. Since the announcement will be in February, it seems likely that it will be unveiled at CP+.

Via: TheCameraInsider