Recently we’ve become aware of 6 different unreleased Canon ILC camera bodies that have come up for various types of certification. The only camera out of the lot that we’re pretty sure is coming this year, is an EOS M5 Mark II ahead of Photokina in September.
We’re hearing very little about new DSLRs from Canon, outside of a few mentions about the replacement for the EOS 80D. We’re told that the next version of the camera will be a “big leap forward” for the line.
We’re being told that 2018 will be a slow DSLR year for Canon, but that we’ll likely a see a replacement to the EOS 80D next, and it’s possible that its coming in late 2018. While a EOS 7D Mark II replacement will be more exciting to the Canon community, there is absolutely no signs Read more...
There is still some chatter around the web that an EOS 7D Mark III will be coming ahead of Photokina in September. We can safely say that this is not the case and the EOS 7D Mark III will be coming some time in 2019.
It doesn’t appear that 2018 is going to bring us any interesting new DSLRs, we’re still being told that there won’t be another DSLR of significance released in 2018 (An announcement is always possible).
While we’ve tried to confirm without any doubt that the EOS 7D Mark III is not coming in 2018, we haven’t done so yet. However, we’re 80% sure that’ll be the case. The first APS-C DSLR cameras will be three new Rebels next month ahead of CP+.
In the next week or so, we’ll be seeing the announcement of at least 4 lenses, an EF 85mm f/1. 4L IS as well as three new tilt shift lenses, a TS-50mm f/2. 8L Macro, TS-90mm f/2. 8L Macro and a TS-E 135mm f/4L Macro.