The Canon EOS M50 Mark II mirrorless camera will be coming in the Q4 of 2020 in Japan, but may not be released until early 2021 in the rest of the world. The exact announcement date and detailed specifications are still unknown at the time of writing.
Several months ago we reported that Canon is planning to announce two new Canon EOS M mirrorless camera bodies in the second half of 2020: one is the Canon EOS M50 Mark II, which will replace the very popular Canon EOS M50, the other is apparently going to be a flagship EOS M mirrorless camera, but not the previously rumored Canon EOS M5 Mark II. This higher-end Canon EOS M mirrorless camera will apparently sit above the Canon EOS M6 Mark II and it will be an EOS M body of “greater durability and performance than you’d expect from an M5 follow-up“. But it won’t be a flagship such as the Canon EOS 1D X Mark III.
In addition, Canon is set to announce several EF-M prime lenses for the Canon EOS M lineup mirrorless cameras in late 2020, maybe the 50mm prime, 60mm F2.8 macro and some wide-angle prime like 15mm. Stay tuned with us for more Canon Rumors.