Canon Full Frame Mirrorless Camera Will Feature New Exclusive Sensor


About Canon Full Frame Mirrorless Camera: Canon is actively developing a new full frame mirrorless camera and it is still undergoing lab tests. Canon’s goal is to announce a full frame mirrorless camera for Photokina 2018 which takes place in September in Cologne, Germany.

The latest rumor said the upcoming Canon Full Frame Mirrorless Camera will use a new dedicated sensor, a new exclusive image sensor, either the Canon 5D Mark IV or Canon 6D Mark II image sensors! And it will be EF mount, all the current EF mount lenses can natively work on this full frame mirrorless camera. And the 4K video is considered a necessary feature in all full frame cameras going forward…If Canon announce such a full frame mirrorless, that will be a big hit for the mirrorless market.

In addition, Canon has no plan to announce one higher end APS-C mirrorless camera above Canon EOS M5 ($929).

Let’s wait! Wait for Canon…to announce a full frame mirrorless monster like Sony a9 ($4,498) or Sony a7RII ($2,898) .

Via: CanonRumors