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As with any camera launch, this time the Canon EOS R7 and Canon EOS R10, the day after has people asking “what’s next?”. We get it, that’s what we’re in the business of.
The information about what’s next is fairly vague, but we think there are some realistic rumors floating around.
The next RF mount camera will be a full-frame model and it won’t be the Canon EOS R1, as we expect that at some point in 2023, even if folks wish it was coming sooner. With Canon still having issues meeting the demand for the Canon EOS R3, I think that expecting new tech from Canon in the near term is unlikely.
We will see a replacement or two for the Canon EOS R and Canon EOS RP. While the Canon EOS RP is still selling quite well because of the pricepoint, the Canon EOS R is pretty much forgotten about now.
Past rumors have suggested that Canon will introduce the world’s most affordable full-frame camera and another full-frame camera that will sit below the Canon EOS R6.
Lenses? You can check our roadmap. I imagine new higher yield lenses will come once supply issues abate further. You can check out our roadmap here, which we’ve had up for quite some time and has been extremely accurate.
Canon will address the Cinema EOS lineup in August we have been told, we believe that we’ll see some 8K options for the lineup.
Once we know more, we’ll obviously let you know.