Canon Full Frame Mirrorless Camera Will Use Dedicated CMOS Sensor

Canon is actively working on a new full frame mirrorless camera and it is still undergoing lab tests and development. The latest rumor suggest that Canon full frame mirrorless camera will not use either the EOS 5D Mark IV or EOS 6D Mark II image sensors, instead it will use a new dedicated full frame CMOS sensor.

In addition, the source said the Canon will announce this full frame mirrorless camera as early as August 2018, just before the Photokina 2018, which will take place in September in Cologne, Germany. And Canon has no plan to announce one higher end APS-C mirrorless camera above Canon EOS M5 ($929). Hope Canon can announce a full frame mirrorless camera like Sony a7RII ($2,898) or Sony a9 ($4,498).

We know Nikon will announce a full frame mirrorless camera in the next several months, we can expect to see a Canon full frame mirrorless announcement after the Nikon full frame mirrorless camera announcement.

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Via: CanonRumors