Canon 70D, 7D Mark II, EOS M2 and 1DSx Rumors

Canon 70D and 7D Mark II Rumors

Several rumors of upcoming Canon DSLRs appeared in a Japanese magazine, along with what appears to be confidence ratings on the chance that they’ll surface in 2013. Atop the list are the Canon 70D and 7D Mark II with a 70% and 85% likelihood chance, respectively, that we’ll see them this year as obvious replacements to the current Canon 60D and 7D. ¬†Key rumored specs for the 70D and 7D Mark II include a 24MP APS-C sensor and sensitivity up to ISO 25,600.

Canon EOS-M2 and EOS 1DSx Rumors

Other rumored cameras include a new mirrorless model, the EOS-M2, which is assigned a 80% likelihood for 2013 release, and an EOS-1DSx at a 50% coin flip and is probably the oft-rumored high-MP pro DSLR.

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Comments

  1. mike Corcoran says

    you my not be interested in noise champions, but most people in the know are. I guess so speak for self. all info is food for fodder.

  2. says

    Very simple basic physics is: Bigger pixels = Cleaner images. Easy to see that the same manufacturer makes the full-frame sensors with comparatively less pixels – Why?

    Because knowledgeable people cannot be fooled. FYI, full-frame sensor area is more than double than that of 1.6 crop sensors.

    • Babs Cockrane says

      check out S/N and algorithms before u go out on the tech limb. Maybe MIT research and Stanford would be the place to start. Good luck with it.