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).

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