Camera News, Rumors & Deals on Camera Times

What we know so far about Canon Full Frame Mirrorless Camera

Here is a roundup of what we know so far about the Canon full frame mirrorless camera:

  • Canon is actively developing two “prosumer” full frame mirrorless cameras.
  • The flagship one will come first, probably around Photokina 2018 in September, and it is expected to be the mirrorless version of Canon EOS 5D Mark IV.
  • The lower-end secone model will be introduced after the release of the flagship mirrorless camera (6 to 8 months later).
  • Focus on video (4K @ 30/25/24 FPS).
  • Will NOT be part of the EOS system (NOT EF mount?)
  • Codename begins with Z
  • New mirrorless lens will come together.
  • It is being used by select Canon pro photographers for testing.
  • Three sensors are being tested: 24MP, 28MP and 36MP.
  • Look & Feel: large grip with top LCD, very comfortable to hold; dials are very similar to those we found on the EOS 5D Mark IV.
  • Side articulating screen.
  • Sensor: Upgraded version of the EOS 5D Mark IV sensor, obviously includes DPAF.
  • Frame rate: 10FPS
  • Silent shutter and 1/16000sec shutter speed is available.
  • Focus control is very similar to EOS 5D Mark IV’s 61-pt AF system.
  • Dual SD card slots
  • Video Features: C-Log 1/2/3, Focus Guide
  • Formats available: 60p/30p/24p 4K (both DCI & UHD can be chosen).
  • FHD 120p
  • Weight: not very light, but similar to Sony A7 but a bit larger due to the big grip.

So, what do you expect from the upcoming Canon full frame mirrorless camera?

Reminder: The first Nikon full-frame mirrorless camera will be introduced to the market to compete with the entry-level Sony a7 III.

So, let’s wait! Wait for Canon…to announce one full frame mirrorless monster like Sony a7R III ($3,198) or Sony a9 ($4,498).

Like Canon Full Frame Mirrorless Camera on Facebook to get the latest info.

Stay with us on FacebookTwitterGoogle+RSS feed to get more news, rumors, reviews and deals.

Via: CanonRumors

No related posts.

Search

Like Camera Times on Facebook!

Subscribe to Camera Times

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Follow US!

Hot Cameras

  • Sony a7 III: $1,998
  • Sony a7R III: $3,198
  • Nikon D850: $3,297
  • Sony a7R II: $1,998 ($900 off)
  • Sony a7S II: $2,198 ($500 off)
  • Sony a9: $4,198 ($300 off)
  • Sony a6500: $1,098 ($200 off)
  • Sony a6300: $798 ($100 off)
  • Sony a6000: $448 ($100 off)
  • Sony a7 II: $1,098 at Amazon ($460 off)
  • Sony a7: $798 ($200 off)
  • Fujifilm X-T2: $1,499 at Amazon ($100 off)
  • Fujifilm X-Pro2: $1,499 at Amazon ($200 off)
  • Fujifilm X-T20: $799 at Amazon ($100 off)
  • Canon EOS 5D Mark IV: $3,199 ($300 off)
  • Canon EOS 5D Mark III: $2,299 ($500 off)
  • Canon EOS 6D Mark II: $1,299 ($400 off)
  • Canon EOS 6D: $1,699 ($300 off)
  • Canon EOS 7D Mark II: $1,499 ($300 off)
  • Canon EOS 80D: $999 ($200 off)
  • Canon EOS 77D: $749 ($150 off)
  • Canon T7i: $749
  • Nikon D500: $1,796 ($200 off)
  • Nikon D610: $1,496 ($100 off)
  • Nikon D750: $1,497 ($500 off)
  • Nikon D810: $2,497($300 off)
  • Nikon D7500: $1,247
  • Nikon D7200: $997 ($100 off)
  • Nikon D5600: $647 ($50 off)
  • Nikon D3400: $497 ($50 off)
  • Best Lenses & Buying Guide

    Join the Facebook Group!

    Now you can join the facebook group to share your photography and advice, ask and answer questions that arise and help each others!

    Categories

    Polls

    Which Camera Brand do you like best?

    View Results

    Loading ... Loading ...


    How to support us?

    Using the links below to make any purchase will support this site, and we'll give you more latest camera & lens news, rumors and deals. Thank you so much!


    Amazon.com
    B&H Photo Video
    Adorama
    Best Buy
    Ebay US
    Ebay UK
    WEX UK
    WEX DE
    Canon Store (US)
    Sony Store (US)
    Olympus Store