Canon Working on Full Frame Mirrorless Camera
A fresh Canon rumor has dropped off the grape vine today suggesting that Canon is working on two new interchangeable lens mirrorless cameras. The first of the two cameras is rumored to be a follow-up to 2015’s EOS M3, featuring the 24.2 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor from the EOS 80D, other than this the new camera will feature “minor” ergonomic changes.
The second and arguably more exciting of the forthcoming cameras is rumored to be a 24 megapixel, full frame mirrorless camera utilizing Canon EF lenses. There are currently no further details, but we can reasonably expect the mirrorless EOS M to be going head to head with the likes of the Sony A7. If Canon is taking their entry into this market seriously then look out for features that at the very least equal Sony’s line of cameras.
We are told that the two new cameras will be available in time for Photokina this year (20-25 September). Cannon’s current mirrorless offering is available starting at $479.99 for the body only, check it out at the following links:
Image: Canon EOS M3